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the Symbol.Barcode.dll is a part of the Enterprise Mobility Development Kit (EMDK) for Motorola/Symbol Mobile Devices. The Files for the development kits are available on the support.symbol.com At the page for MC9090 Devices you will find the recent EMDK Version.Download and install the package.The Symbol.Barcode.dll will be installed as a part of the package.
You'll need the manual for that. Here's a link to Symbol's site where you can select the documentation you need. You might need to cut and paste the address into your browser's address bar. Good Luck. http://support.symbol.com/support/browse.do?WidgetName=BROWSE_PRODUCT&TaxoName=SG_SupportGoals&BROWSE_PRODUCT.isProductTaxonomy=true&BROWSE_PRODUCT.NodeId=SG_PDT3100_1_2&BROWSE_PRODUCT.thisPageUrl=%2Fproduct%2Fproducts.do&id=m4&BROWSE_PRODUCT.TaxoName=SG_SupportGoals&NodeType=leaf&NodeName=PDT3100&document=DT_PRODUCTMANUALS_1_1&BROWSE_PRODUCT.NodeType=leaf&NodeId=SG_PDT3100_1_2&kwidget02.docType=DT_PRODUCTMANUALS_1_1&AppContext=AC_ProductPage¶m_document=sp
Hello To answer your question there are a number of ways to use the PTC960SL in a system. The main 2 ways are by batch process or Telnet session. The batch process requires a custom program to be written for the device either in DOS or TCAL. This would then produce a single file or a set of files which would then be downloaded to a host pc using a cable or cradle. The more common method is to have a Telnet Server running and the PTC960SL logs into the session using a Telnet client, AirvuAnsi for example. The Telnet Server holds the menu structure and database manipulation for the PTC960SL. The PTC960SL only emulates what’s running on the server. A permanent connection is required to keep the session open. This is done by either using a stable wireless network or a network controller which keeps the sessions active even if the hand held device goes out of range. This would mean the PTC960SL would have to have a wireless card within it. If you need any more help then please do not hesitate to contact us:- firstname.lastname@example.org or TEL 01202 620955 http://www.biastechnology.com/