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This is a standalone Android application that can be launched automatically from a relying party website.
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This is a standalone Android application that can be launched automatically from a relying party website. For more information about Information Cards and Selectors visit http://informationcard.net
 
<!--The [[Android Selector 1.1]] allows users to login to websites by auto-filling un/pw fields from their Android mobile device.
 
<!--The [[Android Selector 1.1]] allows users to login to websites by auto-filling un/pw fields from their Android mobile device.
 
Although we call this solution a selector it does NOT currently support the IMI protocol, only un/pw form filling. The Username/password data is persisted on (non-IMI-compliant) cards on a hosted [[I-Card Service]].-->
 
Although we call this solution a selector it does NOT currently support the IMI protocol, only un/pw form filling. The Username/password data is persisted on (non-IMI-compliant) cards on a hosted [[I-Card Service]].-->

Revision as of 08:40, 5 November 2009

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Version

This page describes the Android solution being developed for Higgins 1.1.

Introduction

This is a standalone Android application that can be launched automatically from a relying party website. For more information about Information Cards and Selectors visit http://informationcard.net

End User Perspective

The Android I-Card Selector allows users to use their I-Cards at relying parties.

This component only works at relying parties that explicitly support it.

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Installation

Coming soon...

Configuration

The Android I-Card Selector uses the following settings:

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Deployer Perspective

Building

The projects are:

  • app/org.eclipse.higgins.android.icard.npapi
  • app/org.eclipse.higgins.android.icard.selector
  • app/org.eclipse.higgins.android.icard.service

These projects can be checked out from the Eclipse repository at the following SVN URIs:

https://dev.eclipse.org/svnroot/technology/org.eclipse.higgins/trunk/app/org.eclipse.higgins.android.icard.npapi
https://dev.eclipse.org/svnroot/technology/org.eclipse.higgins/trunk/app/org.eclipse.higgins.android.icard.selector
https://dev.eclipse.org/svnroot/technology/org.eclipse.higgins/trunk/app/org.eclipse.higgins.android.icard.service

In order to build the Android I-Card Selector, you need the following:

To build all in Eclipse you need the following steps:

  • Check out all these projects from SVN (you can do it with Subversive plug-in).
  • Add ksoap2-android library into the classpath of service project.
  • Build Selector and Service.
  • Set up ANDROID_BUILD_TOP and ANDROID_SDK variables in the properties of NPAPI (Properties -> C/C++ Build -> Environment).
  • Build NPAPI (with run Android emulator or device).

Developer Perspective

Architecture

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Components, Packages & Services

Components:

Services:

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