i did it
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We are selling Handheld Terminals in the company where I work.
The Handheld terminals are using Microsoft ActiveSync to communicate using USB.
But we have some problems, that first time we connect the Handheld Terminal (Which is a Datalogic barcode reader with Windows CE 5.0), Windows XP can not find the driver wceusbsh.sys, and therefor we need to "force" it to use the driver from the ActiveSync directory\drivers.
When we have forced it to use the driver from the directory we can connect the handheld terminal in the same USB port without any problems.
Is it possible to develop some kind of program that can tell the Operating System (XP,Win2k etc)
that it has to use that driver, because we have a lot of costumers asking about what we can do about it. And Datalogic can not do anything (They say).
Thanks for your reply.
I did not understand your comments, request you to elobrate.
To give you more information.
1. I have a code written in Progress 4GL it is live and is a business application.
2. I have to write this code again in C# means porting the complete application in to .Net.
3. I wish to achieve this without unerstanding the code and it's logic.
What I interpret from your reply is ,
Identity transformation can do this job of writing a progress.w file into cshart.cpp file?
My answer was just a joke.
IMHO you have to understand code logic and craft the C# implementation (at least, you'll gain knowledge of the business logic...), anyway check if the Progress Software Corporation has the right instrument to perform automatically the job (good luck).
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