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Stored procedures
AutoRunAdd (Function)
In french: AutoLanceAjoute
Used to:
  • automatically run a Windows Mobile application according to a specific event. This run is defined from a Windows Mobile application (created with WINDEV Mobile).
  • automatically run a WINDEV application according to a specific event. This run is defined from a WINDEV application.
In both cases, the application to run can correspond to the current application.
Remark: AutoRunDelete is used to cancel the automatic run of an application.
Example
Windows Mobile
// -- From a WINDEV Mobile application
// Automatically run the "OrderProducts.exe" application
// as soon as the Mobile Device (Pocket PC) is synchronized
AutoRunAdd(alEndSynchro, "\MyApplications\OrderProducts.exe")
Windows Mobile
// -- From a WINDEV Mobile application
// Automatically run the current application
// as soon as the Mobile Device (Pocket PC) exits from the standby mode
AutoRunAdd(alExitHibernate, ExeInfo(exeName))
Syntax
Windows Mobile

Running a Windows Mobile application from a Windows Mobile application Hide the details

AutoRunAdd(<Run event> , <Name of executable>)
<Run event>: Integer constant
Event that triggers the application run:
alStartupRun the application when starting the Mobile Device (after a reinitialization).
alEndSynchroRun the application once the Mobile Device is synchronized (via ActiveSync).
alExitHibernateRun the application when the Mobile Device exits from the standby mode.
<Name of executable>: Character string (with quotes)
Name and full path of executable for the application to run. This executable is found on the Mobile Device.
Remarks

Name and directory of executable

  • ExeInfo associated with the exeName constant returns the full executable name for the current application.
  • fExeDir returns the directory containing the executable of current application.

Managing errors

Caution: AutoRunAdd returns no error code. To find out whether an error was generated by this function, use the ErrorOccurred variable. If an error occurs, you can get the details of the error with ErrorInfo.
Component : wd260ce.dll
Minimum version required
  • Version 9
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