5 Replies Latest reply on Jul 25, 2017 6:36 AM by Petr Stejskal

    exit Enterprisebrowser with a Hardwarekey

    Florian Siebenrock

      Hello, i like to exit Enterprisebrowser with a Hardwarekey like F3 or so. Does anybody know how to configure? Any hint is appreciated, thank you.

        • Re: exit Enterprisebrowser with a Hardwarekey
          ABHINEET AGARWAL

          Hi,

           

          For WM/CE platform, add below piece of code in EnterpriseBrowser Config.xml file under DefaultMetaTags for handling Function Key-3 pressed.

          <DefaultMetaTags>

            <MetaTag value="KeyCapture~KeyValue:0x72; KeyEvent:url('javascript:application.quit();');"/>

          </DefaultMetaTags>

          Also ensure that PreloadJSObjects config tag is set to 1 in EnterpriseBrowser Config.xml file.

           

          For WM/CE platform, EnterpriseBrowser Config.xml file will be available under "\Program Files\EnterpriseBrowser\Config\" location.

           

          If it doesn't work, please let us know the below details:-

          1. Device Info?

          2. Windows Mobile/CE or Android platform?

          3. Enterprise Browser Version Info?

           

          Thanks & Regards,

          Abhineet Agarwal

          Enterprise Browser Software Lead

            • Re: exit Enterprisebrowser with a Hardwarekey
              Petr Stejskal

              Hi,

              any chance that it might work on Android? Or is there any other recommended procedure for Android?

              We're facing an issue that we have an EB running on WT6000 under EHS, but EB does not show in the "Recent apps list" - I assume that this is caused by EHS.

              But then If I would like to "kill" EB (for example due to some error on the page), there's no way how to do it ...

               

              So I'm thinkg about exiting EB with some HW key, or any other solution

               

              Thans Petr

                • Re: exit Enterprisebrowser with a Hardwarekey
                  ABHINEET AGARWAL

                  Hi,

                   

                  Android WT6000 Device don't have H/W key so what one can do is to have a EnterpriseBrowser Quit Button which will be displayed whenever EnterpriseBrowser application is running and available in foreground.

                   

                  For this, one can add below piece of code in EnterpriseBrowser Config.xml file under DefaultMetaTags which will reflect EnterpriseBrowser Quit Button when EnterpriseBrowser application is re-launched with the applied changes.

                       <DefaultMetaTags>

                            <MetaTag value="QuitButton~visibility:visible;"/>

                       </DefaultMetaTags>

                  In addition to the above settings, one can also ensure to securely exit from EnterpriseBrowser application by using the below tags inside EnterpriseBrowser Config.xml.

                    <ExitPassword>

                      <ExitPasswordEnabled value="0" />

                      <ExitPasswordValue value="" />

                    </ExitPassword>

                   

                  If user want to exit from EnterpriseBrowser application securely, the above  <ExitPassword> child tags values need to be modified.

                  1. One can set ExitPasswordEnabled config tag value to 1 &
                  2. One can set any alpha-numeric characters value inside ExitPasswordValue config tag.

                   

                  Note: For Android platform, EnterpriseBrowser Config.xml file will be available under "/Android/data/com.symbol.enterprisebrowser" location. This is the EnterpriseBrowser installed directory location.

                   

                  Please let me know if you need any further clarifications.

                   

                  For further details w.r.t EnterpriseBrowser config settings, refer to EnterpriseBrowser Config Guide.

                  For more details on EnterpriseBrowser, refer here.

                   

                  Thanks & Regards,

                  Abhineet Agarwal

                  Enterprise Browser Software Lead

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