Connection Manager (Windows Embedded CE 6.0)
Connection Manager in Windows Embedded CE 6.0 establishes and manages network connections for a Windows Embedded CE powered device. A device can access data networks, such as the Internet, by using several types of connections. Connection Manager handles the following types of connections; ActiveSync Desktop Pass-through (DTPT), Bluetooth Dial-up Networking (DUN), general packet radio service (GPRS), and wireless LAN (WLAN) connections.
An application requests a network connection from Connection Manager. Then Connection Manager chooses the optimal network-connection and handles all the details of connecting to the network for the application.
- Connection Manager Overview
Provides an overview of the features of Connection Manager, and describes the Connection Manager functionality.
- Connection Manager Architecture
Provides information about high-level architecture and the architectural components for Connection Manager.
- Connection Manager OS Design Development
Provides information about developing an operating system (OS) design that includes support for Connection Manager.
- Connection Manager Application Development
Provides conceptual information about developing applications that use Connection Manager.
- Connection Manager Configuration
Provides information about configuring Connection Manager by modifying the XML provisioning file in the device.
- Connection Manager How-to Topics
Provides guidelines for how to complete development tasks for integrating Connection Manager functionality into an application.
- Connection Manager Reference
Describes the Connection Manager API programming elements.
- Windows Embedded CE Features
Provides links and information about items that you can select in the catalog and functionality that can be included in OS designs.