Start & Stop ActiveSync


Windows Mobile 5 is so jam packed with cool new APIs that some of the smaller (but still very useful!) ones fall through the PR cracks.  Here are two that I just got remineded of by a post in the smartphone.developer newsgroup:


ActiveSyncStart & ActiveSyncStop


These device-side APIs do exactly what the names imply.  To kick off or stop a synchornization from a desktop app, just use CeRapiInvoke to call them.


-Robert


Comments (7)

  1. Alex Kac says:

    Why won’t this let us choose Sync over BT?

  2. windowsmobile says:

    Excellent question 🙂 I’ll log that as a suggestion.

    -Robert

  3. Alex Kac says:

    Great 🙂

  4. Garth says:

    Any news on why we can’t specify Bluetooth?

  5. David Smith says:

    I know this isn’t the right place for this, but…

    Wouldn’t it make sense if ActiveSync could synchronize folders between a desktop and a ppc’s storage card?

    I know there are apps for this, but they are are a bit rough.

  6. Hasan says:

    It would be great of if we can specify Bluetooth connection for synchronization…

  7. Will says:

    Can you fix the links to ActiveSyncStart and ActiveSyncStop above?

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