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Android Selector 1.1

Revision as of 09:31, 12 November 2009 by (Talk | contribs) (Installation)


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


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

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.



Installation on Windows

First of all, you must have installed Android SDK (at now 1.6 version). If ANDROID_SDK environment variable not setted, do next:

  • set ANDROID_SDK variable;
  • update PATH variable with you ANDROID_SDK variable.

After that, connect you device (or run emulator with Android 1.6) to PC. Next steps must execute with connected device or emulator. Unpack archive and go to directory with unpacked files.

Install apk files

Execute "install_apk.bat" or run in command-line:

for /r %i in (*.apk) do adb install %i
Install plugin files

Execute "install_plugin.bat" file.


The Android I-Card Selector uses the following settings:

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Deployer Perspective


The projects are:

  • app/
  • app/
  • app/

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

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


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