BlackBerry - Handling Custom Protocols


BlackBerry - Handling Custom Protocols



I'm currently developing a BlackBerry application where I need to be able to open the application by clicking a link in an email or web page. The link would contain a string of text that would also need to be made available to the application at runtime.

The iPhone OS allows you to do this through custom protocols (ex. appname://some-other-text) quite easily. Is there similar functionality available in the BlackBerry SDK, or is this going to turn into a pipe dream?




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