Patrick Ohly wrote:
On Mo, 2010-02-08 at 21:51 +0000, Jussi Kukkonen wrote:
> When one of the templates is selected, a
> normal configuration is shown (although some items such as uri text
> entries aren't shown for devices).
This assumes that our template for the device is right. If it is not,
then the user would have to review and perhaps update the URI texts.
Yes... I almost suggested removing the "editable uris" feature
altogether (as it's a pain to get nicely usable with virtual sources),
but I have to admit it might be useful for device config as well.
We also have the remoteIdentifier property. Not sure whether we
have to set it, but we might.
My earlier tests on N85 suggested this was indeed the case (and for some
reason it seemed both "host name" and "server id" on the phone needed
match our remoteIdentifier). Unfortunately I'm not able to reproduce the
partial success with the phone now, so I'm not 100% confirming the need
> * template names in UI (in the template selection) are useless at
> moment: What I need is "Nokia 7210c" or "Symbian S60" or whatever
> templates will end up covering. I could take the first string in
> fingerPrint property but I thought I'd poll opinions first....
Yes, I think that's the right way, combined with making that first entry
something that is actually readable.
Congwu agree on chat, I'll start using fingerprint.