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astromusic

35 Posts

Posted - 14 sept. 2006 :  00:01:39  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
"If you cannot see a given port under the output list box, then you cannot use it. I'm 100% sure of that"

By this, I take it you mean that you checked the program, and it tries all COM ports to see if they are free? How does it check that? Is that a registry thing, or an API provided in Windows Mobile? If either, is it possible that things have changed in WM5? I am just confused that your program is able to see that 5, 6 and 7 are actually used, but Franson DeviceX does not see the same thing. Clearly, something is wrong with the Franson program, since it does look like 6 and 7 should be marked as used (looking at the Bluetooth panel).

This is such a mess, no doubt thanks to Microsoft!

-Kal.
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jaluna

148 Posts

Posted - 15 sept. 2006 :  09:31:13  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I populate the input list from the info existing on the registry. This is the reason that some (input) ports are missing: they are not "declared" on the registry of your device (in this case you can write the name as COMx)

But the output list is filled by checking (via api call) ALL ports not found in the input list.

You can see your registry using PHM Registr Editor, for instance. Look under HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Drivers\BuiltIn\ your serial ports (prefix COM)

Regards,
JAL
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tsinghe

2 Posts

Posted - 26 sept. 2006 :  17:01:42  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Hi,JAL,thanks for you Good work.I'v got some problems:
1.I can't save the setting information,so I have to set it every time;
2.It can not start automaticly,so i have to start it every time bofore using GPS.
Hoping for your next release:>

Edited by - tsinghe on 27 sept. 2006 16:18:24
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thiti

France
43 Posts

Posted - 24 oct. 2006 :  18:11:12  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Hi jaluna,

I have a problem with my X51v (WM5) and my GPSlim236.

In my the bluetooth settings panel, COM ports tab, it shows:
HOLUX GPSlim236 (COM8)
Incoming Port (COM7)

In Port Splitter :
Input : COM1, COM2, COM3, COM5
Output : COM0, COM4, COM6, COM9

I can't see the 3 bluetooth serial ports. I only have the BT COM 5 UART.

I've verified in the registry and I've nothing about COM 7 (input) and COM 8 (output) in the HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Drivers\BuiltIn\xxx.

I've tried to see with the FRANSON's Devicex and nothing.

How can I select my input port ?

Have you any idea ?

Thanks in advance.



Thiti
X51v + GPSlim236
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jaluna

148 Posts

Posted - 24 oct. 2006 :  18:17:19  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Hello thiti,

just write COM8 in your input list.

regards,
JAL
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thiti

France
43 Posts

Posted - 24 oct. 2006 :  18:25:42  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
quote:
This is the reason that some (input) ports are missing: they are not "declared" on the registry of your device (in this case you can write the name as COMx)


Sorry, I've read this thread too quickly. I've not seen your answer to astromusic.

Thanks, now it works fine.

Thiti
X51v + GPSlim236
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thiti

France
43 Posts

Posted - 24 oct. 2006 :  18:31:11  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Some software are looking the ports in the registry.

How can I add the new COM port in the registry ?


Thiti
X51v + GPSlim236
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jaluna

148 Posts

Posted - 24 oct. 2006 :  18:40:30  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Hello,

In theory this info is done by manufacturer. I don't advise you to fake it.

http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/default.asp?url=/library/en-us/wceddk40/html/cxconRegistryEnumerator.asp

Using any free registry editor, you can enter the following sample device info.

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Drivers\BuiltIn\Sample]
"Dll" = "sampledev.Dll"
"Prefix" = "SMP"
"Index" = dword:1
"Order" = dword:0
"FriendlyName" = "Sample Controller"
"Ioctl" = dword:0
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thiti

France
43 Posts

Posted - 24 oct. 2006 :  22:32:22  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Well, it's a little bit hard, no.

I try to use CEMonitor.

http://www.gpspassion.com/forumsen/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=17074

But this software go to find in the registry the list of the COM ports.

I've tried the microsoft's solution but without any effect.

I'm going to find another software like CEMonitor.

Thanks a lot for your Port Splitter.

Bye



Thiti
X51v + GPSlim236
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gpspassion

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Posted - 25 oct. 2006 :  00:21:40  Show Profile  Visit gpspassion's Homepage  Reply with Quote
Yes CE Monitor has problems with virtual ports in WM5.0 - use SEWE instead (look it up in the google bar above)

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thiti

France
43 Posts

Posted - 25 oct. 2006 :  11:09:54  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Hello gpspassion,
I'm not agree with you.

I've tested this morning CE Monitor with GPSGate and it works.
GPSGate create a new COM port in the registry and after
CE Monitor see the new Port. So, it's not a WM5 problem.


To jaluna,

quote:
Hello,

In theory this info is done by manufacturer. I don't advise you to fake it.

http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/default.asp?url=/library/en-us/wceddk40/html/cxconRegistryEnumerator.asp

Using any free registry editor, you can enter the following sample device info.

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Drivers\BuiltIn\Sample]
"Dll" = "sampledev.Dll"
"Prefix" = "SMP"
"Index" = dword:1
"Order" = dword:0
"FriendlyName" = "Sample Controller"
"Ioctl" = dword:0


The Franson's key is like that :
[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Drivers\BuiltIn\Franson\bizVManager2]
"DeviceArrayIndex" = 2
"Dll" = "bizVSerialCE.Dll"
"FriendlyName" = "Franson MGR2"
"Index" = dword:2
"Order" = dword:0
"Prefix" = "MGR"
[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Drivers\BuiltIn\Franson\bizVSerial4]
"DeviceArrayIndex" = 4
"Dll" = "bizVSerialCE.Dll"
"FriendlyName" = "Franson COM4"
"Index" = dword:4
"Order" = dword:0
"Prefix" = "COM"

It will be good if the same thing was implemented in Port Splitter, no ? If it's possible, of course.

Have a nice day...

Thiti
X51v + GPSlim236
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jaluna

148 Posts

Posted - 25 oct. 2006 :  11:39:18  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
It will be good if the same thing was implemented in Port Splitter, no ? If it's possible, of course


Port Splitter also create these keys, so that other programs automatically detect the created ports.

Regards,
JAL
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thiti

France
43 Posts

Posted - 25 oct. 2006 :  13:17:05  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
quote:
Originally posted by jaluna
Port Splitter also create these keys, so that other programs automatically detect the created ports.



Oh, yes. You're right, I see your keys "extvsplitx".

Ok, Franson's software must do another thing.
The only difference is the "MGR" from franson.

So, as your Port Splitter works fine with other soft than CEMonitor,
I go to try SEWE now.

Bye


Thiti
X51v + GPSlim236
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tsinghe

2 Posts

Posted - 29 oct. 2006 :  02:32:58  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Hi,JAL,sorry,my english is not so good .
I have tried your Port Splitter for over 3 months,It works fine for me.I found some other keys in the registry:
[HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\JAL\Port Splitter]
"Baud"=dword:00000005
"Port"=dword:ffffff05
Can they be used to save the configuration?
Here is some ideas for next release
1.open the BlueTooth when starting splitter;
2.Start the splitter automatically with the OS(background);
3.Save the configuration easily;
Thanks,expecting for your next release
-TSINGHE
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jaluna

148 Posts

Posted - 29 oct. 2006 :  09:58:56  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Thanks tsinghe for your suggestions. I will do for the next release (I cannot say you when I will find some time to update this project)

As you are seeing my english is also a too rural
Regards from Spain,
JAL
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