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    ® Dolphin Power Tools ® With Windows Mobile 6 for the: Dolphin 7600 Mobile Computer Dolphin 9900 Mobile Computer User’s Guide...

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    Honeywell. Honeywell shall not be liable for technical or editorial errors or omissions contained herein; nor for incidental or consequential damages resulting from the furnishing, performance, or use of this material.

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents Chapter 1 - Accessing and Upgrading Power Tools Dolphin Power Tools Overview ... 1-1 Software Requirements ... 1-2 Power Tools Main Window ... 1-2 Additional Dolphin Power Tools ... 1-4 Upgrading Power Tools ... 1-5 Chapter 2 - EZConfig EZConfig Editor...

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    Autorun ...4-1 Autorun.exm File...4-1 Start Options...4-4 AutoInstall...4-8 Program Install Locations ...4-8 AutoInstall.exm ...4-9 Command Line Arguments ...4-10 Chapter 5 - ScanWedge Enabling ScanWedge ...5-1 ScanWedge.exm Sections ...5-2 Settings Section...5-3 Comm Section ...5-6 Decode Section ...5-8 Centering Section ...5-11 Formatting Section...5-12 Symbologies Section ...5-17 VK (Virtual Key) Mapping Section ...5-20 Virtual Key Codes Table...5-21...

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    Exporting Specific Registry Settings...8-5 Other Export Options ...8-5 Backing Up the Registry ...8-6 Restoring the Registry ...8-6 RegBackup.exm ...8-7 Command Line Arguments...8-9 Registry Edit Options in EZConfig ...8-10 Chapter 9 - Network Utilities Accessing Network Utilities ...9-1 IP Config...9-2 Ping ...9-4 Route ...9-6 WiFi Status ...9-10 Backup Radio Settings ...9-12...

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  • Page 7: Chapter 1 - Accessing And Upgrading Power Tools

    Dolphin terminals depending on their model or operating system. Power Tool Windows Mobile 5/6 6: 7600 (GSM)/9900 5.0: 7850/7900/9500/ AutoInstall Autorun Battery Analyzer (only on the 9900) BattMon DeviceConfig EZConfig Editor EZConfig Client EZMenu HotKeys Keyboard Status Network Utilities:...

  • Page 8: Software Requirements

    Software Requirements Dolphin Terminals Dolphin Power Tools are designed to work with Windows Mobile Desktop The Power Tools installer and the workstation version of EZConfig Editor are designed to work with the following operating systems: ® ® • Microsoft Windows ®...

  • Page 9: View Options

    Icon Name Description Network Opens a window that displays the Network utilities: • IP Config Utilities • Ping • Route • WiFi Status • Backup Radio Settings • Restore Radio Settings RASMan Establishes a remote access service (RAS) connection. Reboot Performs a warm or cold boot from the touch screen, as opposed to the keyboard commands.

  • Page 10: Additional Dolphin Power Tools

    • List View • Detail View (This view displays a description of the Power Tool in a column to the right of the name.) Additional Dolphin Power Tools These Power Tools are in the Dolphin terminal but do not appear on the Power Tools main window. Name Function AutoInstall...

  • Page 11: Upgrading Power Tools

    Transfer the appropriate upgrade files to the Dolphin terminal. Requirements: An active Microsoft ActiveSync connection between a host workstation and the Dolphin terminal. 1. Download the new Honeywell Power Tools and Demos for WM 6.0 Setup.exe to the Program Files folder on the workstation.

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    4. Click Next. 5. Accept or change the installation location then click Next. 1 - 6 Rev A 8/6/08 Dolphin® Power Tools User’s Guide...

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    6. Click Install and the programs begin installing. 7. The following screen appears when the programs have finished installing: 8. Click Finish. Dolphin® Power Tools User’s Guide Rev A 8/6/08 1 - 7...

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    After installation on the workstation is complete, the upgrade files are stored on the workstation at C:\Program Files\Honeywell\Power Tools and Demos for WM 6.0. Note: If a Honeywell folder does not already exist in the Program Files folder, the installation creates one. Device Image A ghost image of the IPSM upgrade.

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    9. When all the files are pasted, cold boot the terminal. 10. The Power Tools upgrade installs during startup. Dolphin® Power Tools User’s Guide Rev A 8/6/08 1 - 9...

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  • Page 17: Chapter 2 - Ezconfig

    EZConfig Overview EZConfig is a suite of products that configures Dolphin terminals quickly and efficiently. With the tools in the EZConfig suite, you can package data on the workstation, then deploy and unpackage that data on the Dolphin terminal. Components There are two main components to EZConfig: EZConfig Editor and EZConfig Client.

  • Page 18: Ezconfig Editor

    EZConfig Editor on the terminal installs automatically as part of the Power Tools CAB file. You must install EZConfig Editor on the workstation separately. 1. Obtain the Honeywell EZConfig Editor Setup.exe and save it to the workstation. 2. Double-tap this EXE and follow the installation guide.

  • Page 19: Opening Ezconfig Editor On The Workstation

    Use these files as templates to create new EXM files. Opening EZConfig Editor on the Workstation After you complete installation, EZConfig Editor is available on the workstation from the Start menu. Click Start > Programs > Honeywell > EZConfig Editor > EZConfig Editor. Menu Toolbar Menu and Toolbar Options The menu and toolbar at the top of the window contains many options.

  • Page 20: View Menu

    File Menu Menu Item Description Saves the open file to the location you select on the workstation. Save This option is disabled for new and imported files; use Save As instead. Save As Saves the open file with a new name to the location you select on the workstation. Save to Device As Saves an open file to the terminal;...

  • Page 21: Tools Menu

    Tools Menu Menu Item Description Simplify Document Simplifies the EXM file, which makes it smaller. Simplifying permanently removes Note: You cannot • Disabled sections and keys undo this action! • Descriptions • Bar code settings When you create a bar code, you can simplify the file embedded in the bar code without affecting the open EXM file.

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    Opening EXM Files EZConfig Editor opens EXM files stored on the workstation or the terminal (if an ActiveSync connection is established). Opening EXM Files on the Workstation Click File > Open or the Open toolbar button When you select a known MNU or INI file, EZConfig Editor prompts you to convert the file. When you select Yes, EZConfig Editor imports the file and converts it to the EXM file format.

  • Page 23: Working With Open Exm Files

    Working with Open EXM Files Whether you open an EXM or INI file, EZConfig Editor displays the content in four different sections of the window. Displays the root node and sections. Select a section and the details appear in the other portions of the window.

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    Edit Menu Options Select a section click Edit to see the available options. Menu Item Description Rename Activates the section name so that you can rename the section. Note: You cannot modify the name if the section is locked; see Cuts a selected section.

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    Menu Item Description Insert Section This menu item inserts a new section. You can also press the Insert key (INS). Append Child This menu item adds a new child section to a selected section. The new child section is inserted below the previous section. Section Modifying Section Names To change a section name, double-click on the folder and type in the new name or select Rename on the...

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    Section Locks There are different types of locks on sections. The status bar indicates what type of lock is applied to a selected section. Lock Type Status Bar Indicator Name Lock Key Lock Subsection Lock Note: All locks are applied to each individual section and are not recursive. Only text that appears in blue can be modified.

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    To change section-level merge modes, select a section and right click. The folder colors change immediately after selection. Dolphin® Power Tools User’s Guide Rev A 8/6/08 2 - 11...

  • Page 28: Working With Keys

    Working with Keys Keys have a Name, a Description, and a Value and reside inside sections. For specific key values, consult the chapters of this user’s guide that describe the EXM file you’re attempting to edit. Edit Menu Options Select a key and right-click or click Edit to see the available options. Menu Item Description Rename...

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    Menu Item Description Disable Disables keys. Disabled keys have key values in black. Enabled keys have key values in blue. The terminal does not read disabled keys and disabled keys are removed if the file is simplified; see Because many key values are 1 for enable and 0 for disable, remember that disabling a key means that the terminal behaves as if the key is not there when reading the file, NOT that the key’s value is set to disabled.

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    Key Types When a key is selected, its properties display in the Status bar. Lock Type Status Bar Indicator Name Lock Read Only Encrypted Note: Locked and Read Only properties are not recursive. Properties are applied to each individual key. Only text that appears in blue can be modified.

  • Page 31: Creating New Configuration Documents

    Creating New Configuration Documents To create new EXM files that are configuration documents, you can open an existing EXM file and save it with a new name or create an EXM file from scratch. 1. Click File > New > Configuration Document. The root node is created and appears as the top level section.

  • Page 32: Associating Applications

    Associating Applications The Properties function associates an EXM file with an application on the terminal. The associated application launches after EZConfig Client decodes the bar code containing the EXM file. For more information, see Creating Bar Codes While the EXM file is open, click File > Properties or the Document Properties toolbar button Field Description Path...

  • Page 33: Registry Documents

    Registry Documents EZConfig Editor creates registry documents in the EXM file format and also opens existing REG files and converts them to the EXM file format. EZConfig Editor cannot save registry documents in the REG file format. Updating the Registry on the Terminal To update the terminal’s registry, you must •...

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    Creating Registry Documents 1. In EZConfig Editor, click File > New > Registry Document. The new document contains the three top-level sections in a registry. These sections are locked and cannot be changed. You can add subsections to each section and then add keys to those subsections.

  • Page 35: Processing Registry Documents On The Terminal

    Adding Registry Keys To add a key, select a section, and right-click in the key area of the EZConfig Editor window. Field Description Name Enter the key’s name. Registry Value Type Select the registry type from the drop down list. This value appears in the Type column.

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    If you do not want to store the registry EXM file on the terminal after updating the registry, select the Temporary (page 2-25) option on the Persistent Registry Documents If you want to update the registry during every cold boot, create a registry document in the EXM format, save it to the terminal in the \IPSM\AutoInstall folder, and cold boot.

  • Page 37: Creating Bar Codes

    Creating Bar Codes EZConfig Editor embeds EXM files in bar codes. The EZConfig Client on the terminal decodes the bar code and deploys the data. Using bar codes quickly and easily configures Dolphin terminals without an IrDA, ActiveSync, or network connection to a workstation. Document Types EZConfig Editor produces two kinds of EXM files: configuration documents and registry documents.

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    Bar Code Sheet EZConfig Editor produces a bar code sheet that contains the generated bar codes. Bar code sheets can be printed from a laser printer, copied to the clipboard, and saved as an HTML file; see Saving Options on page 2-26.

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    Field/Option Description Remote Path Type in the location and filename where the EXM file should be deployed on the terminal. For instance, \ipsm\deviceconfig.exm Tap the browse button connection must be active. Full Contents Includes the full content of the EXM file in the bar code, without simplifying. Simplified Simplifies the EXM file in the bar code, which removes disabled sections, description information, and bar code settings (if any), which decreases the size of the bar code.

  • Page 40: Advanced Tab

    Advanced Tab The Options tab contains settings that tell EZConfig Client how to process the EXM file on the terminal. Field Description Bar Code Options–This section determines some of the basic bar code parameters. Max Barcode Set the maximum amount of data (in bytes) one bar code can contain. The lower the number of bytes, the smaller the bar code.

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    Field Description Merge each Deploys information according to the section-level merge mode settings; see Level Merge Modes section… If already exists, deploy: (Default • Always–Select to always use the section-level merge mode settings. selection) • Only if newer–Select to use the section-level merge mode settings only if the sections are newer than the existing file.

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    Information at the Bottom of Tab Windows Field Description Package Size Displays the total size of the bar code package. This number changes with simplifying. Compression On Notifies you that compression and encryption are both on. Compression and encryption are always on by default. EZConfig Editor uses 128-bit encryption automatically.

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    Field/Option Description Save Saves the bar code sheet as an HTML file. Preview Click to see a print preview. Click Print on this window to print your bar codes. Dolphin® Power Tools User’s Guide Rev A 8/6/08 2 - 27...

  • Page 44: Converting Known Ini And Mnu Files

    Converting Known INI and MNU Files EZConfig Editor contains a batch conversion tool that converts known INI files on the terminal to the new EXM file format. EZConfig Editor pulls INI files from the \IPSM folder of a remote device, converts them to the EXM file format, and saves both original INI files and the converted EXM files in folders created on the workstation.

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    C:\Program Files\Honeywell\Power Tools and Demos for WM 6.0\Device Image\Converted Files\Upgrade X. The X increases by one each time you run a batch conversion. 4. When you click OK, the conversion runs. 5. EZConfig Editor creates two folders inside the Upgrade X folder: Converted EXMs and Original INIs.

  • Page 46: Ezconfig Editor On The Terminal

    EZConfig Editor on the Terminal EZConfig Editor on the terminal edits and creates EXM files in the terminal and contains the same basic functionality as the editor on the workstation. Accessing EZConfig Editor Tap Start > Power Tools > EZConfig Utilities The EZConfig Utilities window provides access to both the EZConfig Editor and the EZConfig Client (see page 2-34)

  • Page 47: Editing Sections

    Available Menus The menus in the Command bar contain the same items as the menus in the EZConfig Editor on the workstation. File Menu For details, see Note: The one difference in the file menus is that you cannot generate bar codes from EXM files on the terminal.

  • Page 48: Editing Keys

    4. Tap OK to save changes. (You can also press the ENTER key.) Tap Cancel to close the window without changes. Moving Sections You cannot drag and drop to move sections in the tree. Use the Cut, Copy, Paste, and Paste as Child items on the Edit menu to move sections.

  • Page 49: Launching Associated Applications

    Launching Associated Applications The Tools menu contains an item named Launch Associated App. Launch Associated App is enabled only when there is an application associated with the EXM file. Selecting this item automatically saves the open EXM file and launches the associated application while the EXM file remains open.

  • Page 50: Ezconfig Client

    EZConfig Client EZConfig Client decodes bar codes created in EZConfig Editor and deploys the data in the terminal. In addition, if the EXM file in the bar code is associated with an application, EZConfig Client launches that application, which then processes the decoded data. EZConfig Client decodes bar codes with 40-bit and 128-bit encryption.

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    If there is only one bar code in the package, EZConfig Client deploys the package. If there is more than one bar code in the package, EZConfig Client decodes the bar code, records that one bar code has been read, and waits for the next scan. 5.

  • Page 52: Ezconfig Client Window

    Note: DeviceConfig.exm must be associated with DeviceConfig.exe to be processed on the terminal appropriately. After decoding the bar code, EZConfig Client deploys the data to DeviceConfig.exe, which applies the settings to the terminal. Registry Documents Registry documents are always associated with EZConfig Client. The Execute option (Execute, page 2-16) determines whether the registry is updated or not.

  • Page 53: Command Line Arguments

    Launching EZConfig Client with a HotKey Pressing ALT + SCAN launches EZConfig Client from any application window after you activate the HotKeys Power Tool; see HotKeys ScanWedge Bar code decoding in EZConfig Client is compatible with ScanWedge. You can set ScanWedge to pass bar code information to EZConfig Client for further processing.

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  • Page 55: Chapter 3 - Deviceconfig

    DeviceConfig Overview DeviceConfig consists of the DeviceConfig.exe and the DeviceConfig.exm file located in the \IPSM folder. DeviceConfig.exe looks for and applies the settings in the DeviceConfig.exm file. DeviceConfig.exm File The DeviceConfig.exm file contains terminal configuration settings. Because this file is stored in the \IPSM folder, its configuration settings persist through cold boots and should be considered system defaults.

  • Page 56: Deviceconfig.exm Sections And Keys

    DeviceConfig.exm Sections and Keys The sections and keys in the DeviceConfig.exm file are locked, which means that you can change values but not names or descriptions. Section Name Description Connections Configures communication parameters. There are child sections that configure the IrDA port, the on-board radios, and the ActiveSync connection.

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    WiFi Section The keys in the WiFi section control the settings of the WLAN radio. Description DriverName Specifies the name of the radio driver. This string must match the name of the driver for the current device. TCPIP Section The keys in the TCPIP section determine how the radio handles IP addresses. Description DHCP Enables and disables DHCP (Dynamic...

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    Security Section The Security section has no keys and one child section named “Supplicant,” which contains several profile subsections. Supplicant Section The Supplicant section consists of a number of child sections. The default child section is named Profile1 and contains all the keys necessary to create a configuration profile for the WLAN radio. To create multiple radio configurations, copy the Profile1 section and paste it at the root level of the Supplicant section.

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    Profile Subsections Each Profile subsection contains the keys that configure the radio connection from the terminal to the network. Description EAP Method Available EAP methods for IEEE 802.1X and WPA(2)-Enterprise (EAP) association modes. Enter the private share key for the WEP association mode.

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    Profile Subsections Each Profile subsection contains the keys that configure the radio connection from the terminal to the network. Description Private Key Private keys are used with certain types of EAP authentication. Priv Key Private keys can be locked by passwords. Password WEP Key Mode being used by the WEP keys (in Key1–...

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    Bluetooth Section The keys in this section enable the Bluetooth radio and configure a Bluetooth printer as a Favorite. If there is no Bluetooth radio installed in the terminal, disable this section. Description Enable Enable and disable the Bluetooth radio. This is the top level of the tree;...

  • Page 62: Activesync Section

    GSM Section If there is no GSM radio installed in the terminal, disable this section. Description Enable Enables and disables the GSM radio. Enter the Access Point Name (APN) for the GPRS network. IPAddress Enter the IP Address. Protocol Enter the protocol to use. Username Enter the username for the GPRS connection.

  • Page 63: System Section

    System Section The System section contains child sections that configure various system settings. For specifics on each sections and their keys, refer to the Description sections in the DeviceConfig.exm file itself. About Section The About section sets a unique device name and description for the terminal. By default, this section is enabled and applied to the terminal after each cold boot.

  • Page 64: Applications Section

    RAM Section The RAM section allows you to provision RAM memory on Windows Mobile 6.0-based terminals. Description Split This is the RAM split percentage; the percentage that will be allocated to the filesystem. Prompt Determines whether the system prompts you before the memory is re- allocated.

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    MobiControl Help on how to create an open rule. 1=HAL Old Device ID 2=HAL New Device ID 3=HAL UUID 4=User Defined 5=Server specified 6=MAC X=MobiControl Server name 1 (Honeywell standard) 0=Disable 1=Enable 30000 X=Milliseconds X=IP address:port e.g., 192.168.1.238:5494 Rev A 8/6/08...

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    Command Line Arguments Quits the program; this command line in the Args field of the Associated Application window stops the confirmation message from appearing after DeviceConfig.exe finishes processing. /boot Reboots DeviceConfig.exe 3 - 12 Rev A 8/6/08 Dolphin® Power Tools User’s Guide...

  • Page 67: Launching Deviceconfig.exe Manually

    Launching DeviceConfig.exe Manually DeviceConfig.exe does launch automatically after each cold boot. However, if you make changes to the DeviceConfig.exm file that you want applied in the terminal immediately, manually launch DeviceConfig.exe. 1. Tap Start > Power Tools > EZConfig Utilities > DeviceConfig.exm. 2.

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  • Page 69: Chapter 4 - Autorun And Autoinstall

    Autorun and AutoInstall Overview Startup is the launch sequence when a Dolphin terminal is booted. There are two startup Power Tools: Autorun (see page 4-1) AutoInstall (see page 4-8) Autorun Autorun specifies the software applications to launch after each hard reset. Autorun is located in the \IPSM folder and consists of an Autorun.exe that is programmed by the During startup, after a soft or hard reset, the operating system looks for and launches \IPSM\Autorun.exe.

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    When processing files, the terminal behaves as though disabled sections are not there and moves on to the next enabled section. Settings Section Keys Note: This section and most of its keys are locked, which means that you can change the value but not the name or description.

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    Keys in Each Programs’ Subsection Each Programs’ subsection contains or can contain the following keys: Function Required Keys—These keys must be present in each Program subsection. Program Specifies the command line to execute. This is the location of the program’s executable.

  • Page 72: Start Options

    If you want to copy a file and move it to another location, use AutoInstall and the /copy command line argument. For details, see Command Line Arguments Sample Autorun Configuration File A sample Autorun.exm file installs on the workstation to C:\Program Files\Honeywell\Power Tools and Demos for WM 6.0\EZConfig EXM Files. For more information, see Sample EXM Files Start Options Start Options define the required system parameters for a software application to launch.

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    Start Options Start Options define the required system parameters for a software application to launch. The following values can be entered for the StartOption key, wherever it appears: Option Name The program launches if … RFON The RF radio is Enabled. GSMON The GSM radio is enabled.

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    9551 It’s a Dolphin 9551 terminal. 95XX It’s any Dolphin terminal beginning with “95”. 9900 It’s a Dolphin 9900 terminal. 99XX It’s any Dolphin terminal beginning with “99”. PNPID The terminal has a card installed whose identification contains ALL of the strings specified in the PNPID setting.

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    Applying Startup Options to the Autorun Configuration File For each category, Autorun validates each startup option specified in the StartOption key. If no specified option is valid in a category, Autorun does not execute the program. If at least one of the specified options is valid in each category evaluated, the program is executed.

  • Page 76: Autoinstall

    AutoInstall AutoInstall consists of an AutoInstall.exe that, when launched, installs the cab files in the AutoInstall folder. The AutoInstall folder is where you store cab files for software applications if you want them to persist through hard resets. The AutoInstall program runs according to the settings in the AutoInstall.exm file. Program Install Locations When triggered by a hard reset, the CAB file installs the applications to the directories established in the CAB file.

  • Page 77: Autoinstall.exm

    AutoInstall.exm The AutoInstall.exm file controls the behavior and appearance of the AutoInstall window and install process. AutoInstall window Function Version This is the current version of the AutoInstall.exm file. This key is read-only and cannot be modified. Debug Enable and disables logging of debug information \IPSM\AUTOINSTALL.LOG Cancel Enable and disables the Cancel button on the...

  • Page 78: Command Line Arguments

    Function Password Establishes a password required to halt AutoInstall. Note: Remember! It’s the Autorun.exm file that determines the programs and install sequence, not AutoInstall.exm. Command Line Arguments /copy /copy another. Usage: autoinstall /copy <sourcefilename> <destination> Example: autoinstall /copy "/windows/data.mdf" "/storage card/data.mdf" 4 - 10 to the Autorun.exm file to automatically move a file from one location to Rev A...

  • Page 79: Chapter 5 - Scanwedge

    ScanWedge Overview ScanWedge sends data from the decoder, serial port, or IrDA interface to the foreground application as keystrokes (as if the data were entered via the keyboard). The foreground application is the open software application whose window is currently active on the display. As a result, you can review input data in Windows Mobile applications such as Pocket Word, Pocket Excel, and Inbox without having to load third-party applications.

  • Page 80: Scanwedge.exm Sections

    Disabling ScanWedge Navigate to the Power Tools Main Window Select Exit on the Command Bar Menu Modifying the ScanWedge Configuration File When ScanWedge is installed, a ScanWedge.exm file is inserted in the \IPSM folder. This file specifies configuration parameters for ScanWedge and must be located in the \IPSM directory. Do not move ScanWedge.exm! Use EZConfig Editor on the workstation to modify ScanWedge.exm.

  • Page 81: Settings Section

    Settings Section The Settings section determines how ScanWedge interprets data from the decoder, serial port, and IrDA interface. 0 = Disable 1 = Enable Settings Section Description Version This is the version of ScanWedge Debug Enables and disables the logging of debug information to a SCANWEDGE.TXT file.

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    Settings Section The Settings section determines how ScanWedge interprets data from the decoder, serial port, and IrDA interface. 0 = Disable 1 = Enable Settings Section Description SuffixID Specifies the symbology identifier sent after the decoded/received data. SoundConnect Enables and disables •...

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    Settings Section The Settings section determines how ScanWedge interprets data from the decoder, serial port, and IrDA interface. 0 = Disable 1 = Enable Settings Section Description SendMode Specifies the method to use when sending the decoded message to the foreground application.

  • Page 84: Comm Section

    Comm Section The serial port settings in the Comm section determine the interaction between ScanWedge and the serial port. Comm Section Description Enable Enables (or disables) ScanWedge to receive and interpret data from the serial port. AutoConnect Enables or disables the auto- connection between ScanWedge and the serial port.

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    Comm Section The serial port settings in the Comm section determine the interaction between ScanWedge and the serial port. Comm Section Description Powerout Enables and disables power out of the serial port for ScanWedge specifically. General power out settings are established in the registry.

  • Page 86: Decode Section

    Decode Section The Decode section specifies decoder settings when using the decoder with ScanWedge. ScanWedge Entry Description Enable Enables and disables the decoder for ScanWedge. Trigger Sets the key used by ScanWedge to initiate a scan/decode. The key is registered as a system hotkey and cannot be registered as a hot key by any other applications.

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    Decode Section The Decode section specifies decoder settings when using the decoder with ScanWedge. ScanWedge Entry Description AimerDuration The number of milliseconds the scanner aimer is displayed, after the trigger key has been pressed down, before attempting to decode a barcode.

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    Decode Section The Decode section specifies decoder settings when using the decoder with ScanWedge. ScanWedge Entry Description GoodScanFreq Sound frequency used for play a custom good scan beep. Note: The Window's "Good Decode" GoodScanLen Number of milliseconds to play the sound as specified in GoodScanFreq key.

  • Page 89: Centering Section

    Centering Section The Centering section determines the centering window for bar code scanning. ScanWedge Entry Description CenteringEnable= Enable and disables the decode centering window for the decoder. CenteringTop= Specifies the top coordinate of the centering window. CenteringBottom= Specifies the bottom coordinate of the centering window.

  • Page 90: Formatting Section

    Formatting Section ScanWedge supports data formatting. The Formatting section contains subsections and each subsection supports one data format. Formatting Subsections Subsection Description Format Specifies data formatting parameters CodeID Identifies the Code ID that the bar code's symbology must have for the format to be applied.

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    Available Data Formatting Commands These are the data formatting operations applied to the bar code data. The entire command string is entered into the Format key. Command Description Send Commands F1xx Send all characters followed by “xx” key or function code, starting from current cursor position.

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    Available Data Formatting Commands These are the data formatting operations applied to the bar code data. The entire command string is entered into the Format key. Command Description Check to make sure there is a non-numeric ASCII character at the current cursor position.

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    Code ID Symbology Name Code 39 Code 49 Code 93 and 93i Coupon Code Data Matrix EAN·UCC Composite UCC / EAN-128 EAN-13 EAN-8 Interleaved 2 of 5 ISBT Japanese Post KIX (Netherlands) Post Korea Post Matrix 2 of 5 MaxiCode MicroPDF417 OCR US Money Font, MICR (E 13 B) and SEMI Font...

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    Code ID Symbology Name PosiCode Postnet QR Code Reduced Space Symbology (RSS-14,RSS Limited, RSS Expanded) Straight 2 of 5 IATA (two-bar start/ stop) Straight 2 of 5 Industrial (three-bar start/stop) TCIF Linked Code 39 (TLC39) Telepen Trioptic Code UCC/EAN-128 UPC-A UPC-E0 UPC-E1 5 - 16...

  • Page 95: Symbologies Section

    • Enable specifies that the symbology is enabled or disabled. • Parms1–8 specify the settings for the symbology. For more information regarding the individual settings for each of the symbologies, refer to the Honeywell Decode API documentation in the SDK documentation.

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    Symbologies Settings 0=Disabled 1=Enabled ScanWedge Entry Default Enabled/ Disabled Value Coupon Code 0=Disabled Data Matrix 0=Disabled Dutch Post 0=Disabled EAN-8 0=Disabled EAN-13 1=Enabled EAN.UCC Composites 0=Disabled Interleaved 2 of 5 1=Enabled ISBT 0=Disabled Japanense Post 0=Disabled Korea Post 0=Disabled Matrix 2 of 5 0=Disabled MaxiCode 0=Disabled...

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    Symbologies Settings 0=Disabled 1=Enabled ScanWedge Entry Default Enabled/ Disabled Value Straight 2 of 5 IATA 0=Disabled Straight 2 of 5 0=Disabled Industrial TCIF Linked Code 39 0=Disabled (TLC39) Telepen 0=Disabled Trioptic Code 0=Disabled UPC-A 1=Enabled UPC-E0 0=Disabled UPC-E1 0=Disabled Dolphin® Power Tools User’s Guide Default Value 0,4,48,0,0,0,0,0,0 0,4,48,0,0,0,0,0,0...

  • Page 98: Vk (virtual Key) Mapping Section

    VK (Virtual Key) Mapping Section The virtual key map settings are located in the VKMapping section in the ScanWedge configuration file. The virtual key map settings define the virtual key that will be sent to ScanWedge for any decoded ASCII character.

  • Page 99: Virtual Key Codes Table

    Virtual Key Codes Table The following table shows the symbolic constant names, hexadecimal values, and keyboard equivalents for the virtual-key codes used by Microsoft Windows Mobile 6.0. The codes are listed in numeric order. Note: To use these codes in the VKMapping section, the hexadecimal values need to be converted to decimals. Virtual Key Codes Table Symbolic Constant Decimal...

  • Page 100

    Virtual Key Codes Table Symbolic Constant Decimal Name Value VK_MENU VK_CAPITAL —— 21-25 —— VK_ESCAPE —— 28-31 VK_SPACE VK_PRIOR VK_NEXT VK_END VK_HOME VK_LEFT VK_UP VK_RIGHT VK_DOWN VK_SELECT —— VK_EXECUTE VK_SNAPSHOT VK_HELP VK_0 VK_1 VK_2 5 - 22 Hexadecimal Touch Screen or Keyboard Equivalent Value ALT key CAPS LOCK key...

  • Page 101

    Virtual Key Codes Table Symbolic Constant Decimal Name Value VK_3 VK_4 VK_5 VK_6 VK_7 VK_8 VK_9 —— 58-64 VK_A VK_B VK_C VK_D VK_E VK_F VK_G VK_H VK_I VK_J VK_K VK_L VK_M VK_N VK_O VK_P Dolphin® Power Tools User’s Guide Hexadecimal Touch Screen or Keyboard Equivalent Value 3 key...

  • Page 102

    Virtual Key Codes Table Symbolic Constant Decimal Name Value VK_Q VK_R VK_S VK_T VK_U VK_V VK_W VK_X VK_Y VK_Z —— 91-95 VK_NUMPAD0 VK_NUMPAD1 VK_NUMPAD2 VK_NUMPAD3 VK_NUMPAD4 VK_NUMPAD5 VK_NUMPAD6 VK_NUMPAD7 VK_NUMPAD8 VK_NUMPAD9 VK_MULTIPLY VK_ADD VK_SEPARATOR 5 - 24 Hexadecimal Touch Screen or Keyboard Equivalent Value Q key R key...

  • Page 103

    Virtual Key Codes Table Symbolic Constant Decimal Name Value VK_SUBTRACT VK_DECIMAL VK_DIVIDE —— —— 146-185 —— 186-192 —— 193-218 —— 219-228 —— —— —— 231-232 —— 233-245 VK_ATTN VK_CRSEL VK_EXSEL VK_EREOF VK_PLAY VK_ZOOM VK_NONAME VK_PA1 VK_EM_CLEAR VK_LWIN VK_RWIN VK_APPS Dolphin® Power Tools User’s Guide Hexadecimal Touch Screen or Keyboard Equivalent Value...

  • Page 104: Command Line Arguments

    Virtual Key Codes Table Symbolic Constant Decimal Name Value VK_LSHIFT VK_RSHIFT VK_LCONTROL VK_RCONTROL VK_LMENU VK_RMENU Command Line Arguments Forces ScanWedge to process its configuration file (Scanwedge.exm) again, which applies /restart changes immediately. If the ascending connect sound is played on restart. Shuts down ScanWedge.

  • Page 105

    Additional Power Tools Overview This chapter describes the following Power Tools: Power Tool Icon BattMon InstallerCE No icon Hotkeys Keyboard Status NoSIP RASMan Reboot Suspend SysInfo Dolphin® Power Tools User’s Guide See Page 6-10 6-13 6-14 6-15 Rev A 8/6/08 6 - 1...

  • Page 106: Battmon

    BattMon BattMon programs the terminal’s LEDs to monitor the charge status of the battery.The LEDs are located on the top, front panel of Dolphin terminals. To Enable BattMon 1. Tap Start > Power Tools. The 2. Tap the BattMon icon once When the battery is at 100%, the green LED lights solid green.

  • Page 107

    Command Line Arguments /quit Shut down BattMon. /noicon Run BattMon with no icon. /nosplash Hide the BattMon splash screen. To Check Battery Power Manually You can, Tap the BattMon icon in the Command bar on the Today screen. The displays the charge percentage. Tap Start >...

  • Page 108: Installerce

    InstallerCE InstallerCE is a utility that saves CAB files after a manual install initiated by double-tapping on the CAB. Normally, when you install a program by double-tapping on its CAB, the CAB file is deleted after installation is complete. InstallerCE preserves the original CAB file in its original location. Location InstallerCE is located in the To Manually Install a CAB File...

  • Page 109: Hotkeys

    HotKeys The HotKeys Power Tool activates the hardware button assignments in the Buttons setting. To start HotKeys automatically after each hard reset, enable the HotKeys Program section of the File (see page 4-1). To Enable HotKeys 1. Tap Start > Power Tools. The 2.

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    Command Bar Menu When HotKeys is enabled, a small HotKeys icon appears in the Command bar at the bottom of the screen. Tap this icon to open the Command bar menu for HotKeys: Menu Item Selecting this item … Settings Opens the Buttons setting.

  • Page 111: Keyboard Status

    Keyboard Status Keyboard Status indicates whether the keyboard is in alpha, caps lock alpha, or numeric modes. Each Dolphin terminal series has keyboards that switch between alpha and numeric modes, often by way of a keyboard combination. Keyboard Status displays an alpha-numeric indicator in the Navigation bar that tells you if the keyboard is in alpha or numeric mode so that you don’t have to test type in your application to find out.

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    Notification Menu Notification Menu When Keyboard Status is enabled, a Notification menu appears in the command bar on the Today screen that displays the keyboard status when tapped. Note: You can also tap the icon in the Navigation bar to make this pop-up window appear. Tap Hide to remove the keyboard status icon from the navigation bar.

  • Page 113: Nosip

    NoSIP NoSIP toggles the Soft Input Panel (SIP) between enabled and disabled. When disabled, the SIP does not pop up over application windows automatically. In addition, the SIP icon Command bar on application windows. To Enable NoSIP 1. Tap Start > Power Tools. The 2.

  • Page 114: Rasman

    RASMan RASMan establishes a PPP (Point-to-Point Protocol) connection with a RAS server. To Enable RASMan 1. Tap Start > Power Tools. The 2. Click the RASMan icon once RASMan Configuration File Note: To start RASMan automatically after each hard reset, enable the RASMan Program section of the Autorun.exm File (see page 4-1).

  • Page 115: Rasman Configuration File

    RASMan Configuration File RASMan application settings are stored in the Settings section of \IPSM\RASMan.exm. Use Editor (see page 2-2) to change the values in the RASMan.exm file. Description AudioNotification Enable and disable audio notifications on connecting and disconnecting. AutoConnectOnDock Connects and disconnects RASMan when the terminal is docked and removed from the communication peripheral.

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    RASMan Configuration File RASMan application settings are stored in the Settings section of \IPSM\RASMan.exm. Use Editor (see page 2-2) to change the values in the RASMan.exm file. Description Retry Specifies the retry count. RetryDelay Specifies the retry delay. ShowError Enables and disables error messages on connecting.

  • Page 117: Reboot

    Reboot Reboot performs a warm or cold boot from the touch screen. All Dolphin terminals reboot with keyboard commands; Reboot offers you the option of using the touch screen instead. Warm Boot A warm boot is a soft reset. A soft reset re-boots the device without losing RAM data. You would perform a soft reset when •...

  • Page 118: Suspend

    Suspend Suspend puts the terminal in Suspend mode. All Dolphin terminals have keyboard commands that put the terminal in Suspend mode; Suspend offers you the option of using the touch screen instead. To Suspend the Dolphin Terminal 1. Tap Start > Power Tools. The 2.

  • Page 119: Sysinfo

    SysInfo SysInfo provides a read-out of important system information including firmware versions, DLL versions, system parameters, as well as network and radio information. To See System Information 1. Tap Start > Power Tools. The 2. Tap the SysInfo icon once 3.

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    Viewing Options If you tap on the SYSINFO.txt file in the My Device folder, the file opens in Pocket Word. You cannot change system information by editing the text! To Upload SYSINFO.txt to a Workstation You can upload the SYSINFO.txt file to a workstation via ActiveSync. 1.

  • Page 121: Sample Sysinfo File

    Sample SysInfo File Field Sample Data SYSTEM DATE/TIME Date 1/14/2008 Time 10:38:36 SYSTEM INFO Sample Data Hardware Revision OS Version WM60 Kernel 22.06 (Dec 21, 2007) Service Pack NONE Boot Loader 0.00 () Keyboard Firmware 0.00 Manufacture Date 20070711 Model Number 7600 Part Number 7600EH-112-B4EE...

  • Page 122

    Sample SysInfo File Field Sample Data ImgApi.dll 1.16 SYSTEM PARAMETERS Sample Data BatteryIdleTimeout ExternalIdleTimeout OEMInfo Hand Held Products PlatformType PocketPC NETWORK INFO Sample Data Hostname ID07193E0563 NumberOfAdapters 1: Mac Address 001641F81262 1: IP Address 0.0.0.0 2: Mac Address 8200600FE800 2: IP Address 169.254.2.1 RADIO INFO Sample Data...

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    Sample SysInfo File Field Sample Data File(XX)–File(XX): xDecoder.cab SDKRT_armv4i.cab Demos_armv4i.cab PowerTls_armv4i.cab DefaultSettings.reg POWER STATUS Sample Data ACLineStatus AC online BatteryFlag High BatteryLifePercent 100 % BackupBatteryFlag High BackupBatteryLifePerce 100 % STORE INFO Sample Data StoreSize 23711744 FreeSize 16615424 SYSTEM VERSION Sample Data MajorVersion MinorVersion BuildNumber...

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    Sample SysInfo File Field Sample Data RAM INFO Sample Data Total Installed RAM 128 MB Total User RAM 128 MB Min File System Size 16 MB File System Size 23 MB Min Program Memory 64 MB Size Program Memory Size 95 MB Current Split % Valid Split % Range...

  • Page 125: Chapter 7 - Using The Battery Analyzer

    Using the Battery Analyzer Overview The Battery Analyzer Power Tool helps you manage the battery installed in the Dolphin 9900 terminal. Note: The Battery Analyzer can be used only on the Dolphin 9900 terminal. Requirements For the Battery Analyzer to work, you must have the following items installed on the Dolphin terminal in the following locations: •...

  • Page 126: Analyzing A Battery

    Analyzing a Battery During the analyze cycle, the installed battery charges to 100%, then drains it to 0%, then charges it back up to 100%. When the operating temperature of the battery is between 0°C and 50°C and there is a constant AC supply to the terminal and battery, tap Start >...

  • Page 127: Command Line Arguments

    Command Line Arguments The following command line arguments can be used in the CommandArgs key of the Battery Analyzer section of the PowerToolsMenu.exm file. Indicates “admin” and launches Battery Analyzer in Indicates “debug” and creates a log file that tracks the activity of Battery Analyzer from the moment the application is launched.

  • Page 128

    Log File The log file records data in the following order: • Date • Time • Conditioning Flag • Battery Temperature • Battery Voltage • Capacity Percentage • Charge Percentage • Charge State • Charge Status • Analyzing Start Time •...

  • Page 129: Chapter 8 - Registry Power Tools

    Registry Power Tools Overview The registry is the configuration database in all 32-bit versions of Windows that contains settings for the hardware and software, consisting of the SYSTEM.DAT and USER.DAT files. Many settings previously stored in the WIN.ini and SYSTEM.ini files in 16-bit Windows (Windows 3.x) are in the registry. The RegEdit Power Tool enables you to edit the registry through an easy-to-use application window.

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    5. Drill-down to the appropriate registry entry. When you click on registry entry in the top half of the screen, the data appears in the lower half of the screen. The two columns in the bottom half of the window show the Value Name and the Value Data of the selected entry.

  • Page 131: Menus

    Menus The menus on the RegEdit window offer you many editing options. File Menu The File menu allows you to create registry entries as well as import and export registry settings. Menu Item Description Creates a new Key, String, or DWORD Value. Import Imports a registry file;...

  • Page 132: View Menu

    Menu Item Description Rename Renames a registry entry. Enter the new name and press the ENTER or OK key. Delete Deletes a selected registry entry. Find Searches for registry entries within a selected section. (Select an item in the top half of the window before tapping Edit > Find.) Enter the search criteria and tap OK.

  • Page 133: Importing Registry Files

    Importing Registry Files The file must be loaded on the terminal and have a REG extension. 1. Tap File > Import. By default, the import function searches for REG files and displays the search results in the lower half of the window. 2.

  • Page 134: Backing Up The Registry

    Backing Up the Registry You can export the current registry by tapping the RegBackup icon on the (see page 1-2) . A _RegBackup.reg file containing the entire registry is created and stored in the \IPSM\AutoInstall folder. Because this REG file is stored in the \IPSM\AutoInstall folder, AutoInstall will launch and install this REG file during the next cold boot.

  • Page 135: Regbackup.exm

    This default section should never be removed as it contains default excludes specified by Honeywell. It can, however be added to. Do NOT change the SyChip & Philips Sections When you backup radio settings (see exclude settings in this section indicate what content to backup.

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    Mode and Kernel Check In each Subsection root in the tree, there should be two key-value pairs: Mode and KernelCheck. If these keys are not present, the defaults will be applied: Mode=Exclude KernelCheck=Enabled Mode The Mode key specifies export behavior of the values in the section. 1=Include Only the values that follow will be included.

  • Page 137: Command Line Arguments

    Command Line Arguments Argument Description /export <filename> Export registry to <filename>. The <filename> part is optional. If no filename is entered, the file will default to \IPSM\AutoInstall\_RegBackup.reg. /import <filename> Import <filename> to registry. The <filename> part is optional. If no filename is entered, the file will default to \IPSM\AutoInstall\_RegBackup.reg.

  • Page 138: Registry Edit Options In Ezconfig

    Registry Edit Options in EZConfig You can also use EZConfig Editor to create registry documents on the workstation, create a bar code, then use EZConfig Client to decode the bar code and update the registry on the terminal. For more information, see •...

  • Page 139: Chapter 9 - Network Utilities

    Network Utilities Accessing Network Utilities Tap Start > Power Tools > Network Utilities Standard Network Utilities There are three Network Utilities that mirror DOS-prompt functions of your workstation: • IP Config (see page 9-2) • Ping (see page 9-4) • Route (see page 9-6) WiFi Status...

  • Page 140: Ip Config

    IP Config IPConfig is a kernel utility that displays, releases, and renews IP parameters for on-board network adapters. On the Network Menu window, click the IPConfig icon displaying the Input tab. Field Description Adapter This drop-down list contains the network adapters currently installed in the Dolphin terminal.

  • Page 141

    Displaying the Terminal’s IP Configuration On the Input tab, tap the Display full configuration button. The Dolphin terminal retrieves and displays the IP configuration for the entire terminal. About Tab The About tab displays information about this Power Tool. Dolphin® Power Tools User’s Guide Rev A 8/6/08 9 - 3...

  • Page 142: Ping

    Ping Ping provides a GUI-based version of the traditional command line ping utility. Pinging sends out an echo request to a specific computer on the network. Use Ping to verify communication links or that a specific IP address is working. Ping contains three tab windows: Input, Output, and About.

  • Page 143: About Tab

    Using the Input Tab Note: You do not need to complete all the fields on the Ping window to successfully execute, just the Destination IP address. Field Description Timestamp route Enter the number of timestamps to record for each hop; 1–4 The timestamp is the packet’s arrival time at each hop.

  • Page 144: Route

    Route Route is a kernel utility that allows the user to view and edit the rules that govern how packets destined for various subnets are routed. These rules tell the device which gateways on a given interface's subnet may be used to route packets to hosts on other subnets. Route contains three tab windows: Input, Output, and About.

  • Page 145

    2. Click the Execute button. The Output tab appears displaying the network routing table. 3. This table displays Destination, Netmask, Gateway, Metric, and Interface columns. Scroll right to see all the columns. To Add a Route You can add a custom route with the Add command. 1.

  • Page 146

    6. Tap Execute. The system verifies your results and the Output tab lets you know if your entry was added successfully. To Delete a Route You can delete active routes. 1. On the Input tab, select DELETE from the Command drop-down list. The Destination field appears. 2.

  • Page 147

    1. On the Input tab, select CLEAR in the Command drop-down list. 2. Click the Execute button. The system processes your request and the number of entries deleted appears on the Output tab. Dolphin® Power Tools User’s Guide Rev A 8/6/08 9 - 9...

  • Page 148: Wifi Status

    WiFi Status The WiFi Status Power Tool displays information from the 802.11 adapter installed in the terminal and enables you to configure certain operating parameters. Tap Start > Power Tools > Network Utilities > WiFiStatus Setup Tab The Setup tab enables you to change specific parameters of the 802.11 adapter. Field Description Adapter...

  • Page 149: Status Tab

    Field Description Apply Tap this button to apply changes to the Update interval, SSID, Power mode, and BSS mode. Status Tab The Status tab displays statistics for the 802.11 radio. The Release IP and Renew IP buttons enable you to release and renew the terminal’s IP address. BSSID Tab When accessed, the BSSID tab causes the radio to scan for all APs in range and displays the results.

  • Page 150: Backup Radio Settings

    Backup Radio Settings When the terminal’s radios are configured, entries are made in the registry that contain those settings. However, those entries are removed during the next cold boot. Backup Radio Settings exports those radio settings into a RadioSettings.reg file and places it in the \IPSM\AutoInstall folder. By default, the settings in the RadioSettings.reg file will be added to the registry during the next cold boot and your radios will be configured automatically when the boot process is complete.

  • Page 151: Chapter 10 - Ezmenu

    Sample Menu Configuration Files Samples of these default menu configuration files install to the workstation in the following folder: C:\Program Files\Honeywell\Power Tools and Demos for WM 6.0\EZConfig EXM Files. Dolphin® Power Tools User’s Guide (see page 1-2) is managed by EZMenu.

  • Page 152: Modifying Menu Configuration Files

    Creating Menu Configuration Files Save as the Default EZMenu Configuration Files 1. On the workstation, navigate to the following folder: C:\Program Files\Honeywell\Power Tools and Demos for WM 6.0\EZConfig EXM Files. 2. Open a sample menu configuration file in EZConfig Editor.

  • Page 153: Menu Configuration File Sections

    Menu Configuration File Sections Menu configuration files contain of two basic sections: Settings and MenuEntries. Both sections are locked, which means only their Values can be changed, not their section names. Settings Section The Settings section defines general EZMenu settings. The keys in this section are locked, which means that only their Values can be changed.

  • Page 154: Menuentries Subsections

    Description MaskPassword Determines if password entries on dialog boxes should be masked. TodayScreenSessionT When the device is left in suspend mode, this key specifies the number imeout of hours that need to pass before the device returns to the Today screen.

  • Page 155

    Description CommandLine Command line to execute when the item is selected on the window. This is the location of the EXE file for the program to launch. CommandArgs Command line arguments used with the CommandLine parameter. Password Use this key to password-protect access to the window.

  • Page 156: Start Options

    Start Options Start Options define the required system parameters for a software application to launch. The following values can be entered for the StartOption key, wherever it appears: Option Name The program launches if … DISABLED Never, regardless of other startup options specified. COLDBOOT The terminal has performed a cold boot.

  • Page 157

    It’s a Dolphin 9550 terminal. 9551 It’s a Dolphin 9551 terminal. 95XX It’s any Dolphin terminal beginning with “95”. 9900 It’s a Dolphin 9900 terminal. 99XX It’s any Dolphin terminal beginning with “99”. Dolphin® Power Tools User’s Guide Rev A 8/6/08...

  • Page 158

    Start Options Start Options define the required system parameters for a software application to launch. The following values can be entered for the StartOption key, wherever it appears: Option Name The program launches if … PNPID The terminal has a card installed whose identification contains ALL of the strings specified in the PNPID setting.

  • Page 159: Locking Down The Application Window

    Locking Down the Application Window You can program a menu configuration file to block access to the Start menu, OK button, and Command bar menus on the application window. When all of these items are blocked, the user must navigate the terminal from the application window.

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  • Page 161: Chapter 11 - Setram

    SetRAM Overview The SetRAM Power Tool adjusts the division of program memory vs. file system memory on Dolphin terminals running Windows Mobile 6.0. Windows Mobile 6.0 Memory Windows Mobile 6.0 is designed to use a persistent file store rather than a RAM object store. The allocation of file system RAM memory versus program memory must be made during hard resets.

  • Page 162: Accessing Setram

    Accessing SetRAM 1. On the Power Tools Main Window displays the current memory distribution. 2. To change the memory allocation, use the slider to adjust the memory allocation: File MB=File Storage Memory Prog MB=Program Memory 3. Tap Set RAM Allocation to make the change. 4.

  • Page 163: Ram Memory Restrictions

    SetRAM Window Field Value Total User RAM 121 MB Min Program RAM 31 MB Min File Sys RAM 16 MB RAM File % Actual File RAM 60 MB Actual Prog RAM 60 MB Slider Valid Split % Range 13%–75% File MB: & Prog MB: RAM Memory Restrictions RAM memory allocation restrictions are built into SetRAM;...

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  • Page 165: Chapter 12 - Print Power Tools

    For more information about the Print Demo, please refer to the Print Demo chapter of the Demos User’s Guide, which is available for download from the web site: www.honeywell.com/aidc. Note: You can also call either EXE to print to a Bluetooth or IrDA printer via command line.

  • Page 166: Btprint

    For more information about setting up Bluetooth Favorite devices, please see the Bluetooth section of the Print Demo chapter in the Demos User’s Guide, which is available on the User CD or from the Partners area of www.honeywell.com/aidc. Calling a Bluetooth Printer Call BTPrint.exe from the command line \Program Files\Power Tools\BTPrint.exe –...

  • Page 167: Chapter 13 - Customer Support

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