1 Reply Latest reply on Sep 30, 2014 7:36 AM by ben.sunderland

    Are the Jive iOS libraries supported by Airwatch app wrapping?

    danielliao

      I need URGENT assistance on which libraries that Jive has been implemented with. Please let me know if any libraries that are used but are not including or Supported by Airwatch.

       

       

      Features

       

      Options

       

      Supported by AirWatch

       

      Comments

       

      Project Template

      Designates the method to implement iOS applications

       

      Storyboards

       

      Yes

       

      NIBs Only

       

      Yes

       

      Master/Detail Template

       

      Yes

       

      Tabbed Template

       

      Yes

       

      Networking

      Redirects HTTP and HTTPS traffic using the Mobile Access Gateway (MAG) or other proxies

       

      NSURLConnection

       

      Yes

       

      NSURLSession

       

      Yes

       

      HTTP only

      Configure NSURLSession using [NSURLSession sharedSession].

       

      AFNetworking Version 1

       

      Yes

       

      AFNetworking Version 2

       

      Partially

       

      Supported:

      l AFHTTPRequestOperation

      l AFHTTPRequestOperationManager

      l AFURLConnectionOperation Not Supported:

      l AFURLSessionManager l AFHTTPSessionManager

       

      ASIHTTPRequest

       

      No

       

      Email Composing

      Prevents an application from using the native email client to send emails using data loss prevention settings

       

      MFMailComposeViewController

       

      Yes

       

      Check the canSendEmail property before use.

      See the following site for more information:https://developer.apple.com/library/ios/documentation/MessageUI/Reference/ MFMailComposeViewController_ class/Reference/Reference.html#//apple_ ref/doc/uid/TP40008200 © 2014 VMware, Inc. All rights reserved. Proprietary & Confidential.

       

       

       

      Features

       

      Options

       

      Supported by AirWatch

       

      Comments

       

      Copy and Paste

      Prevents users from copying content from the wrapped application into other applications using data loss prevention settings

       

      UITextField

       

      Yes

       

      UITextView

       

      Yes

       

      UIWebView

       

      Yes

       

      AirWatch cannot block certain HTML input fields in a web page.

       

      Integrated

      Authentication

      Authenticates a user automatically against NTLM and basic websites or web services

       

      Web Service/Website Authentication

       

      Yes

       

      Ensure the endpoint uses NTLM or basic authentication.

       

      Camera

      Blocks access to the camera within the wrapped application

       

      UIImagePickerController

       

      Yes

       

      Currently does not block picking from the photo roll.

       

      AVCaptureSession

       

      Yes

       

      iCloud Data Backup

      Blocks data from syncing with iTunes

       

      NSFileManager

       

      Yes

       

      Blocks the property ubiquityIdentityToken used to synchronize with iCloud.

       

      Opening Documents in

      Other Apps

      Blocks wrapped applications from opening documents in other applications

       

      UIDocumentInteractionController

       

      Yes

       

      UIActivityViewController

       

      Yes

       

      Location Services

      Blocks wrapped applications from using location services to retrieve the current location of the device

       

      CLLocationManager

       

      Yes

       

      Use the properties to check if services are available before use.

      See the following site for more information:https://developer.apple.com/library/mac/

       

      documentation/CoreLocation/Reference/ CLLocationManager_ Class/CLLocationManager/ CLLocationManager.html

       

      Ben Sunderland

       

      Regards,

      Daniel Liao