Web Service On WinCE 6.0 R2

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  • 1. how to read parameter from PostMessage()
    Hello, I have two processes. Process1 generates data, which I send via PostMessage to process2. But if I receive the data and manage the specific information I get a fatal application error. what is wrong in this code? I can read the length of the received buffer, but not the content of the buffer. Here you can see a test code snipped. --------------------------------------- process 1 --------------------------------------- unsigined char Buffer[3]; Buffer[0] = 'A'; Buffer[1] = 'B'; Buffer[2] = 'C'; iLength = 3; PostMessage(HWND_BROADCAST, WM_DATA_MSG, iLength,(LPARAM)Buffer); --------------------------------------- END --------------------------------------- --------------------------------------- process 2 --------------------------------------- LRESULT CALLBACK WndProc(HWND hWnd, UINT message, WPARAM wParam, LPARAM lParam) { unsigned char buffer[3]; TCHAR szTest[[200]; switch (message) { case WM_DATA_MSG,: memcpy(Buffer, (unsigned char*) lParam, wParam); wsprintf(szTest, TEXT("Wert: %x"), Buffer[0]); MessageBox(NULL, szError, NULL, NULL); //I get ErrorMessage break; //... } --------------------------------------- END --------------------------------------- thanks!
  • 2. Ram Xp x64
    Any ideas to why my bios shows full 4096 mb ram yet the windows system only sees 3gb all up to date bios with intel and ini files. I was led to believe xp 64 would see all no problems. Cheers All......
  • 3. PATH NOTATION "\..\..\"
    I see the following when building my project... set ___OAKROOT=C:\WINCE500\platform\ep93xx\edb9315a\..\..\ep93xx\oak I assumed the ..\..\ meant go up 2 directories. The path ... C:\WINCE500\platform\ep93xx ... is valid but... C:\WINCE500\platform\ep93xx\edb9315a ...does not exist and neither does.... C:\WINCE500\platform\ep93xx\oak Could anyone explain what \..\.. means here?

Re: Web Service On WinCE 6.0 R2

Postby vishal.g.shah@gmail.com » Thu, 03 Apr 2008 12:43:35 GMT

you can refer a video tutorial available at

Topic ->  "Building XML Web Services for Microsoft Windows CE 5.0
(Level 300)"

it will be very helpful for you ........

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