Instance Method

addAttachmentData:typeIdentifier:filename:

Attaches arbitrary content to the message.

Declaration

- (BOOL)addAttachmentData:(NSData *)attachmentData typeIdentifier:(NSString *)uti filename:(NSString *)filename;

Parameters

attachmentData

Content in the form of an NSData object to attach to the message. Must not be nil.

uti

A valid Uniform Type Identifier (UTI) appropriate for the attachment data. See Uniform Type Identifiers Reference. Must not be nil.

filename

The name to present to the user, in the message UI, for the data attachment.

Return Value

YES if the attachment data was successfully added to the message, or NO otherwise.

Discussion

This method is especially useful when the attachment you want to add to a message does not have a file system representation. This can be the case, for example, for programmatically composed audiovisual content.

See Also

Managing Attachments

- disableUserAttachments

Disables the camera/attachment button in the message composition view.

attachments

Returns an array of dictionaries that describe the properties of an attachment.

- addAttachmentURL:withAlternateFilename:

Attaches a specified file to the message.

MFMessageComposeViewControllerAttachmentURL

The URL for the item that is attached to the message.

MFMessageComposeViewControllerAttachmentAlternateFilename

The key for the alternate filename for the file-based item attached to the message.

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