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eBox-3310A Windows Embedded CE 6.00 jump start guide

eBox-3310A Windows Embedded CE 6.00 jump start guide

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Windows Embedded CE 6.0 jump start guide with step-by-step hands-on exercises
Windows Embedded CE 6.0 jump start guide with step-by-step hands-on exercises

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eBox-3310A-MSJK Windows Embedded CE 6.0 R3 Jump Start Guide 
Rev 5.2
By Samuel Phung, Windows Embedded MVP
ICOP Technology Inc.
This is a step-by-step guide showing the process to build Windows Embedded CE 6.0 R3 image for theeBox-3310A-MSJK using Platform-Builder and ICOP_eBox3310A_60GS BSP.
 
eBox-3310A-MSJK Windows Embedded CE 6.0 R3 Jump Start rev 5.2
 
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Introduction
This step-by-step guide, using hands-on approach, is created to show how to create, customize,build a Windows Embedded CE 6.0 R3 (CE 6.0) OS design, generate a CE 6.0 OS runtimeimage from the OS design and download the runtime image to a target device. The followingsubjects are covered in this jump start guide:
 
Develop and customize a CE 6.0 OS design project.
 
Generate a custom CE 6.0 OS runtime image from the OS design project, establishconnectivity and download the runtime image to a target device.
 
Generate a CE 6.0 OS runtime image with KITL (Kernel Independent Transport Layer),download the image to a target device and use remote tools to debug the runtime imageon the target device.
 
Develop CE 6.0 Managed code application in C# using Visual Studio 2005/2008.Establish connectivity between the target device and Visual Studio 2005/2008development workstation using CoreCon and download the application to the device.
 
Develop CE 6.0 native node application in C++ using Visual Studio 2005/2008.Establish connectivity between the target device and Visual Studio 2005/2008development workstation using CoreCon and download the application to the device.The exercises in this guide have been tested on Windows XP Professional and Windows Vistadevelopment workstations using Visual Studio 2005 Professional, CE 6.0 Platform Builder, withR2 and R3 releases installed, to develop the OS design project and generate the CE 6.0 OSruntime image. Both Visual Studio 2005 and 2008 are used to develop the managed and nativecode CE 6.0 sample applications as part of the exercises in this jump start guide.
 
On the Windows XP Professional SP3 development workstation, Visual Studio 2008,Visual Studio 2005, Visual Studio 2005 SP1, CE 6.0, CE 6.0 SP1, CE 6.0 R3,ICOP_eBox3310A_60GS BSP and eBox3310A_WINCE600_SDK are installed.
 
On the Windows Vista SP1 development workstation, Visual Studio 2008, Visual Studio2005, Visual Studio 2005 SP1, Visual Studio 2005 SP1 Update for Vista, CE 6.0, CE 6.0SP1, CE 6.0 R3, ICOP_eBox3310A_60GS BSP and eBox3310A_WINCE600_SDK areinstalled.The eBox-3310A-MSJK (eBox) is used as the target device for the exercises in this jump startguide. Detailed information about the eBox is available in appendix D. The exercises in thisguide are created with both the development workstation and eBox connected to the same localLAN segment with DHCP service to provide IP addresses dynamically.
When working in a development environment without DHCP service, configure the developmentworkstation and the eBox with static IP addresses using the same subnet; refer to appendix B formore information.Additional references and technical information resources for Windows Embedded CE are listedin Appendix C.To go through all of the exercises in this guide, you need to have Visual Studio 2005, WindowsEmbedded CE 6.0 Platform Builder, ICOP_eBox3310A_60GS Board-Support-Package andeBox3310A_WINCE600_SDK installed on the development workstation. Refer to Appendix A& B for device preparation and setup information.

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