Package net.rim.device.api.servicebook

Service Book Classes and Definitions.

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Interface Summary
ServiceIdentifierTypes Service Identifier Constants Values used to identify the type of a service record.
ServiceRoutingListener Interface for monitoring BlackBerry data service routing changes.
Transport A marker interface that describes a transport for use with service books
 

Class Summary
ServiceBook Contains all ServiceRecords currently defined.
ServiceBook.ServiceStatus Service Statuses This class will hold various service status information Currently only the last pin status is implemented.
ServiceRecord Represents a service record that contains BlackBerry configuration information.
ServiceRouting This class provides an application with the ability to route traffic through a USB or Bluetooth connection to the desktop using the standard connectivity protocols.
 

Exception Summary
ServiceBook.DuplicateSecureServiceException Exception for signalling duplicate secure service.
ServiceBook.SecurityViolationException  
 

Package net.rim.device.api.servicebook Description

Service Book Classes and Definitions.

The ServiceBook allows you to store setup and configuration information on your BlackBerry Wireless Handheld. The ServiceBook contains ServiceRecords that define information about BlackBerry connections.

Service records are commonly used to manage the handheld's CMIME (mail) and IPPP (Internet connections). For example, you can use a service record to keep of multiple email connections or to search for individual emails within an email hierarchy based on the email item's content ID (CID). Service records are also valuable for keeping track of network UIDs, allowing you to easily manage MDS connections.






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