is a global configuration file that controls many aspects of a cordova application's behavior.
This platform-agnostic XML file is arranged based on the W3C's Packaged Web Apps (Widgets) specification, and extended to specify core Cordova API features, plugins, and platform-specific settings. version number, a directory containing the platform or a url pointing to a git repository.
As the previous setting, Cordova Web View Engine, this enables you to override the default fallback Web View with a different plugin.
The same file versions of the and must be used on the computer that is using the remote Black Berry Manager.
Out of date and files on a workstation running Black Berry Desktop Software 6.0 can result in no prompts for upgrades for smartphones when the correct device software is installed or failure to recognize new models of smartphones.
The Black Berry Enterprise Server 4.1 to 5.0 SP3 utilizes the and files to keep track of the of the handheld version and a list of vendors.
If these files are not updated it can cause the Black Berry Enterprise Server to not function as expected.
Prior to version 5.0 of Black Berry Enterprise Server, the files were updated by the Black Berry server installer or as a manual process.
To manually update the and files on the Black Berry Enterprise Server 4.1, complete the following: No Black Berry Enterprise Server services need to be stopped or restarted after replacing the and/or files.
Standard package updates are not applied to registry data that have been changed—for example, by a user who alters a menu setting that is stored in the registry.
To update the values of this category of registry data, provisioning XML (provxml) must be used.
The file that is bundled with the Black Berry Device Software is up to date at the time the software was created and might not be the highest available version.
If the software is sent to a local connected Black Berry smartphone using a remote Black Berry Manager.
If using a remote Black Berry Manager, the same file versions of the or must also be manually downloaded to the computer(s) running the remote Black Berry Manager.