2 Replies Latest reply on Nov 9, 2017 10:56 AM by Frank Weisenberger

    scanning with MC32NO / Windows Embedded C 7.0

    Frank Weisenberger

      Hello to all,

       

      We have to do a porting from

         MC9090s mit Windows Mobile 5.0 Pocket PC

      to

         MC3200 mit Windows Microsoft Windows Embedded compact 7.0.

       

      The software is written in C/C++.

      The software has to perform simple barcode scanning

      Installed development software is

       

      - Visual Studio 2008 + SP1 + update for windows embedded c7

      - MC32NO Platform SDK v04.00.00: 32n0c70benps040000.exe

      - EMDK-C-020801.exe

       

      Are those tools suitable to perform the job ?

       

      We are searching for an example/tutorial how to perform

      scanning with the MC3200/Windows-Embedded C7

      like the one for Android :

       

      http://techdocs.zebra.com/emdk-for-android/6-0/tutorial/tutBasicScanningAPI/

       

      (most preferably in C/C++, other languages would be fine too)

       

      Many thanks in advance

      F.Weisenberger

        • Re: scanning with MC32NO / Windows Embedded C 7.0
          Darryn Campbell

          Hi,

           

          Yes, those tools are suitable for the job.  You can find samples installed on your machine, the default directory for the c++ scanning sample is C:/Users/Public/Motorola%20EMDK%20for%20C/v2.8/Samples/C/Standard/ScanSample/.  These are installed when you install the EMDK for C so if they're missing you might try reinstalling the EMDK.  Unlike the Android samples, the C samples are not online.

            • Re: scanning with MC32NO / Windows Embedded C 7.0
              Frank Weisenberger

              Hi,

               

              thank you, this was exactly what I was looking for.

               

              The problem was:

              the installation of the SDK generated a  complete directory tree "users"  and with the windows explorer *** THAT TREE IS NOT VISIBLE ON A GERMAN WINDOWS 7 SYSTEM *** . (grrrr ....)

              When looking with the cmd (dos) box, all directories and files are present !  So I copied them to another directory with XCOPY.

               

              kind regards

               

              F.Weisenberger