tray icon not show in pocket pc 2002 emulator

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tray icon not show in pocket pc 2002 emulator

Postby Eric » Thu, 13 Oct 2005 05:16:58 GMT

I have written an app that for in-house use.
I would like to add a tray icon on
buttom of the screen before dist. to users
however, when called the functions everything
work fine in pocket pc 2003 but not on pocket pc 2002.



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| I tried to send some udp packets from a destop program to 
| a program in an emulator running on the samme computer and 
| another way around without luck.
| I have tried to install the loopback adapter beside my 
| real network adapter and assign an IP address to it, it 
| still doesn't work.
| Here is the codes:
| //////////////////////Destop program////////////////////
| IPEndPoint localEp = new IPEndPoint(IPAddress.Any,1111);
| UdpClient _udpRecieve = new UdpClient(localEp);
| // is the ID address of the loopback adapter
| IPEndPoint remote = new IPEndPoint(IPAddress.Parse
| (""),1111);
| byte[] pdata = _udpRecieve.Receive(ref remote);
| string strData = Encoding.ASCII.GetString
| (pdata,0,pdata.Length);
| ////////////////////Emulator//////////////////////////
| IPEndPoint localEp = new IPEndPoint(IPAddress.Any,1111);
| UdpClient _udpSend = new UdpClient(localEp);
| string data = "this is a test";
| ASCIIEncoding ascii = new ASCIIEncoding();
| byte[] pdata = ascii.GetBytes(data);
| // is the ip addr. of the real network adapter
| IPEndPoint remotEp = new IPEndPoint(IPAddress.Parse
| (""),1111);
| _udpSend.Send(pdata,pdata.Length,remotEp);
| Please help. Thanks
| Tri

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