Can't RhoMobile app on MW mobile device / emulator

Hello All

The problem is I can't start the simpliest application is created in RhoStudio.

When I do rake run:wm:device it copies files to device or emulator but doesnt start it.

After files are copied to device/emulator the message is

RET: Cannot find WMDC window to estabilish network connection to device emulator.

Then

RET: Starting application ...

RET: CreateProcess failed with Errorcode = 2

RET: FAILED

How to fix it?

Evgeny Vovchenko
What is your platform ? Does

What is your platform ? Does Mobile Device Center is started and connected to device emulator?

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Igor Andriychuk
I tried to run on WinCE 60

I tried to run on WinCE 60 device (Motorola MC3190), WinCE 50 (Psion NEO), WinMobile 6.3.5 (Emulator). All cases WMDC was working well.

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Ariana Habbaba
Do you have a WM device

Do you have a WM device connected to your computer before you run that rake command?

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Darryn Campbell
yes

yes

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Darryn Campbell
Use the command rake device

Use the command rake device:wm:production

and check weather cab file is getting created successfully or not in workspace

Then copy the cab file to the device and install the application.

By this we can get to know where the problem is exactly.

It looks like problem with your WMDC.

Thanks

Patro

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Bratish Goswami
Please check if you set

Please check if you set option "Allow connection to one of the following:" to "DMA", under "Mobile device Settings > Connection Settings" in WMDC.

Also make sure your target device has not gone out of memory during the deployment.

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Igor Andriychuk
Thank to you all for you

Thank to you all for you tried to help me. The problem is disappeared after I did a new one application and started it. Why the problem was left to be hidden.

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