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Command line client

2 posts in CE Last posting was on 2004-08-31 09:42:17.0Z
Bo Wannerberg Posted on 2004-08-27 15:01:31.0Z
From: "Bo Wannerberg" <nospam@telia.com>
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Subject: Command line client
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Dear Group,

We have Win CE .Net CF application that uses a OneBridge client to
synchronize the contents of a CE SQL database. The client is started as a
command line process from the main application.

1) Running the client from a command line takes CONSIDERABLY longer to
synch than running the client as a Windows GUI application. Does anyone know
why?

2) Is there any way to monitor the synchronizing activities while we wait?
As for now, we can only monitor the return code when the client application
terminates. Waiting on a blank screen for 90 seconds without knowing "what
is happening" is frustrating. The logfile SyncResult gives very little
information and can't be used for progress monitoring. This progress
monitoring has a very high priority for our customer!

/:o)) Bo W


Herman Engbers Posted on 2004-08-31 09:42:17.0Z
From: "Herman Engbers" <h.engbers@sigmaxpda.com>
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Hi,

One of my collegues mentioned that you should be able to show the pop up
screen that shows the sync results.

Don't know how he did it, but it was not related to the Command line to call
the sync.
Probably just a OS command to show this pop up screen.

I'm sorry that i can't give you anymore details at the moment


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Best regards,

Herman Engbers
Sigmax PDA Solutions

"Bo Wannerberg" <nospam@telia.com> wrote in message
news:412f4bff@solutions.advantagedatabase.com...
> Dear Group,
>
> We have Win CE .Net CF application that uses a OneBridge client to
> synchronize the contents of a CE SQL database. The client is started as a
> command line process from the main application.
>
> 1) Running the client from a command line takes CONSIDERABLY longer to
> synch than running the client as a Windows GUI application. Does anyone
know
> why?
>
> 2) Is there any way to monitor the synchronizing activities while we wait?
> As for now, we can only monitor the return code when the client
application
> terminates. Waiting on a blank screen for 90 seconds without knowing "what
> is happening" is frustrating. The logfile SyncResult gives very little
> information and can't be used for progress monitoring. This progress
> monitoring has a very high priority for our customer!
>
> /:o)) Bo W
>
>