We currently have an application which runs off an M-Biz channel.
We hoped to support documents written by our customers so that we can have
links within a tab within our application rather than the user going to the
front page and listing the channels and selecting a document separately.
How feasible is this?
It would mean that we would need to access some kind of API to get a list of
channels to list on our page. I assume that this is possible because the
M-Biz client front page does this?
We would then possibly be able to filter this list to remove our own
application channel and also reference the URLs against an internal table
within our application to determine whether each link should be visible to
Any thoughts on whether this is possible and any pitfalls we are likely to
From: "Shao Chan" <email@example.com>
Subject: Caling M-Business Channels within own application
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