Windows CE 4.2 Application on CE 5.0 and CE 6.0

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  • 1. native exception 0x00000057
    Once I deploy a simple c# application on my CE6.0 device, I get a native exception error with exception code 0x00000057. The exception address is given as 0x4002d474. I am getting the exception as soon as I load a form. The load form method is given below. private void Form1_Load_1(object sender, EventArgs e) { IntPtr hdrv = CreateFile("LDM1:", GENERIC_READ | GENERIC_WRITE, FILE_SHARE_READ | FILE_SHARE_WRITE, null, OPEN_EXISTING, 1, null); } The file name (driver) exist. Please help me. What is the meaning of exception code. How can I trace the exception from the given exception address. Thanks.
  • 2. catch system interrupt from application
    I am using a RFID card reader with wincE 6.0 device. The card reader is connected to the external interrupt pins of the processor. Once I swipe any card, I am able to get the card number from the device, printed through RETAILMSG. I need to write a sample application code which continuously tracks the interrupt pins and print the card number on any message box once the card is swiped. In the driver code, I am creating a thread, which ckecks for the interrupt.
  • 3. WinCE device to enumerate and act as a HID device on a usb bus.
    Hi, I'm trying to develop an application whereas it will reside on a WinCE embedded system and it communicate to a Windows host via usb. That communication is needed to be via the HID mechanism since I do not want to go into driver development/signing/etc on the Windows host side. What I've seen so far is \WINCE600\PUBLIC\COMMON\OAK\DRIVERS\USB\CLASS\HID but this is for a WinCE system to act as a host and access another slave device over its usb port. Also I've seen \WINCE600\PUBLIC\COMMON\OAK\DRIVERS\USBFN\CLASS\COMPOSITEFN but I cannot see how and if that can apply to what I need. Is there any working example (any at all) that I can use as a reference for a WinCE system to act as a HID device on a usb bus? Christos

Windows CE 4.2 Application on CE 5.0 and CE 6.0

Postby Wrecked » Fri, 20 Apr 2007 17:31:26 GMT

Hello,

I have an application written in C# using VS2005 targeting windows CE
4.2 Pocket PC phones. The application also uses some low level system
calls to handle SMSs and to do some raw read and writes on the SD
cards. Who difficult will it be to deploy the application on to a
Windows CE 5.0 and 6.0 device. Do the form factors and the system APIs
change significantly?

Regards,
Rithesh


Re: Windows CE 4.2 Application on CE 5.0 and CE 6.0

Postby Paul G. Tobey [eMVP] » Sat, 21 Apr 2007 00:52:54 GMT

I'm afraid that you're all over the place.  What version of the Compact 
Framework are you targeting on your existing PocketPC 2003 devices?  If it's 
2.0, you're in pretty good shape.  If it's 1.0, you're probably calling out 
to a lot of native code APIs and there's a pretty good chance that those 
APIs will not exist on Windows CE 5.0 and 6.0 devices.  Remember, also, that 
Windows Mobile is not equal to Windows CE.  Windows Mobile devices run 
Windows CE, but that does not mean that every API on Windows Mobile is 
available on Windows CE generic.  If you mean "Windows Mobile 5" and 
"Windows Mobile 6", rather than Windows CE 5.0 and 6.0, then you should be 
OK.

Paul T.








Re: Windows CE 4.2 Application on CE 5.0 and CE 6.0

Postby Wrecked » Sat, 21 Apr 2007 13:31:32 GMT

Hi Paul,

Thanks for your reply and sorry for not being specific.

My current application targets Pocket PC 2003 devices. I have
used .NET compact framework 2.0 for the application.

I intend to deploy this application on "Windows Mobile 5" and "Windows
Mobile 6". Further more i have used this dll - Mapirull.dll to catch
incoming SMSs. Now is this thing still available on Mobile 5 and 6 or
has it changed?

Thanks in advance,
Rithesh










Re: Windows CE 4.2 Application on CE 5.0 and CE 6.0

Postby Paul G. Tobey [eMVP] » Sun, 22 Apr 2007 00:16:42 GMT

I'm not expert on what that DLL is about, but if it's built into the 
PPC2003, yes, that should all be the same.  I think that there are WM5 
classes in .NET CF 2.0 that might make this easier, though, so you'll want 
to make sure, if you *only* want the code to run on WM5/WM6, that you aren't 
doing things the "old way".

Paul T.












Re: Windows CE 4.2 Application on CE 5.0 and CE 6.0

Postby Wrecked » Tue, 24 Apr 2007 12:26:37 GMT

Thanks Paul



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