Before you begin developing custom wireless applications, the WaveLink Development Library must first be included into your specific development environment. This will provide access to the custom objects and methods necessary for wireless application development.
The WaveLink Development Library is easy to include and is done in the same way one includes any other OLE automated server. Simply reference the necessary WaveLink Development Library files with your development environment. These files are located in the Windows System directory. Please reference the documentation included with your development environment for more specific information on including OLE automated servers.
If you are using a C++ development environment, two additional steps are necessary to use the WaveLink Development Library.
First, you must make sure that all of the WaveLink header files are referenced by your development environment. The header files are stored within the \Development\Include directory of the WaveLink Studio COM install path. Please see the documentation included with your development environment for more information on including header files.
Second, to use the WaveLink Application Wizard you must copy certain .AWX files from the WaveLink Studio COM templates directory to your Visual C++ templates directory. If you are using Visual C++ 5.0, copy the file "WW50.AWX" from the "Templates" directory found within your WaveLink Studio COM install path to the "\Shared\DE" directory within your Visual C++ install path. If you are using Visual C++ 4.X, copy the two files "WaveLinkWiz.AWX" and "OLEAppWiz.AWX" to your "Templates" directory within your Visual C++ install path.
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