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Is there a way to Launch an iOS app from web view?

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We want to create a small iOS app that stores a few fields in core data,  then launches a web view with our url and the core data values that will run our existing web based application.  Our web based application needs to authenticate the core data values that were sent with the url.

The issue is how to re-launch the iOS app so the user can update the core data values if the authentication was unsuccessful in the web view.
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This is exactly what we were looking for.  Thank you.
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