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OMA Device Management Tree

Windows Mobile 6.5
4/8/2010

In the context of OMA device management, a Windows Mobile device can be viewed as a hierarchical tree structure where the interior nodes and leaf nodes of the tree are the device settings and the leaf node values are the device setting values. You configure the device by manipulating the nodes. You access a node by specifying a hierarchical path to the node, called the Universal Resource Identifier (URI), starting from the root. The following figure shows the top portion of a typical DM Tree. For more information, see OMA Device Management Tree and Description Version 1.1.2 (OMA-SyncML-DMTND-V1_1_2-20031202-A).

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