Since: BlackBerry 10.0.0
To link against this class, add the following line to your .pro file: LIBS += -lbbsystem
The InvokeTarget class represents a remote application, card, or service that can be invoked.
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The kinds of processes that can be targets.
- Unspecified 0x0
No target is specified.
- Application 0x1
The target is an application accessible from the home screen.Since:
- Card 0x2
The target is an application that runs using the full screen of the device, on top of any windows of the invoking parent application.
When an application is invoked as a card, it is considered to be part of the invoking application rather than a separately-running application. As such, an application running as a card does not appear in the list of running applications on the home screen.Since:
- Service 0x8
The target is a background process in the operating system.Since:
- Self 0x10
Include a target even if the target is the same as the client.
- Headless 0x40
The target is a headless application.Since:
Creates a new InvokeTarget object.
Creates a copy of an existing InvokeTarget object.
The source InvokeTarget object to copy.
Returns a path to a localized icon file that represents the target.
A path to a localized icon file that represents the target.
Returns the localized name of the target.
The localized name of the target.
Returns the identity of the target as stated in its BAR manifest.
Use value with InvokeRequest::setTarget().
The identity of the target.
Copies the data of an existing InvokeTarget object to this object.
Returns the security perimeter of the target.
The target's security perimeter. See bb::system::SecurityPerimeter for the list of perimeters.