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Guide to the
Palm OS™ Software
3.3 Upgrade
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Contents
About This Guide........................................................................................ 1
Assumptions ..........................................................................................1
About the illustrations in this guide...................................................1
About the Palm OS™ Software 3.3 Upgrade ........................................ 2
The Upgrade Utility ................................................................................... 3
New Currency: The Euro............................................................................ 4
Entering the euro in text .......................................................................4
What changed? ...................................................................................5
Using the euro in Expense ...................................................................5
Displaying the euro in your Desktop application ............................7
Changes to HotSync® Technology .......................................................... 9
New HotSync application interface ....................................................9
Increased top speed of HotSync operations ....................................10
What changed? .................................................................................10
All COM ports available.....................................................................11
What changed? .................................................................................11
Improved results of a hard reset .......................................................11
What changed? .................................................................................12
IR HotSync® Operations ......................................................................... 13
What changed? ....................................................................................13
Preparing your computer for infrared communication.................14
Configuring HotSync Manager for infrared communication .......17
Performing an IR HotSync operation ...............................................17
Returning to cradle HotSync operations..........................................18
Frequently asked questions about IR HotSync operations ...........19
New Ways to Make Connections ........................................................... 21
What changed? ....................................................................................21
List of default configurations ............................................................22
Creating new configurations .............................................................22
Example 1: A connection for remote IR HotSync operations .......24
Example 2: A TCP/IP connection .....................................................27
Login Script Enhancements .................................................................... 29
What changed? ....................................................................................29
Token-based authentication systems ............................................30
Plug-in applications ............................................................................30
New command: Wait For Prompt.....................................................31
New command: set queryDNS..........................................................31
Contents
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Warranty and Other Product Information............................................32
Limited warranty ................................................................................ 32
3Com end user software license agreement ................................... 35
Index...........................................................................................................38
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Contents
About This Guide
This guide describes the enhancements provided by the Palm OS™
software 3.3 Upgrade.
Assumptions
This guide makes the following assumptions:
■
You are familiar with your handheld and your Desktop
application.
■
You know how to perform HotSync® operations to synchronize
your data, and you are familiar with the HotSync Manager located
on your desktop.
■
You have access to the documentation for your handheld. This
guide does not provide a complete description of the features
affected by the 3.3 Upgrade. Rather, it describes the enhancements
and their benefits, notes the features that the enhancements affect,
and if necessary, describes how the enhancement changes the way
you work with your handheld or Desktop application.
About the illustrations in this guide
The 3.3 Upgrade can be installed on several different kinds of Palm
Computing® platform handhelds, and some illustrations in this guide
may show the interface or form of a handheld that differs from the
interface or form of your handheld. The illustrations should still serve
to make clear what the feature is, where the feature is located, and
how to use it.
About This Guide
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About the Palm OS™ Software
3.3 Upgrade
The Palm OS™ software 3.3 Upgrade is available free of charge when
you download it from the web site http://www.palm.com. The 3.3
Upgrade is also available on CD-ROM. For information on ordering
the CD-ROM, go to http://www.palm.com.
The 3.3 Upgrade can be installed only on Palm Computing® platform
handhelds equipped with Palm OS software version 3.0 or higher.
Please consult the web site or the information supplied with the CDROM for details about which handhelds can accept this upgrade.
The 3.3 Upgrade includes changes to both your Desktop application
(if you use Microsoft Windows) and the operating system of your
handheld. Some of the enhancements are visible in the interfaces of
your handheld and your Desktop application, and these
enhancements may require some changes in the way you work.
Other enhancements make improvements behind the scenes. For
example, the 3.3 Upgrade incorporates improvements made to the
screen display of Palm Computing platform handhelds that use Palm
OS software version 3.1. These behind-the-scenes improvements
increase the speed and ease with which you use your handheld.
Macintosh users: The 3.3 Upgrade does not change your Desktop
application. Also, before you use the enhanced infrared technology to
perform HotSync operations, please consult the documentation for
your Palm™ MacPac.
The 3.3 Upgrade offers Macintosh users the following:
■
The upgrade utility
■
Support on your handheld for the euro
■
A new interface for the HotSync® application on your handheld
■
A new Connection Preferences screen and a changed Network
Preferences screen
■
The ability to create plug-in applications that extend the
functionality of login scripts, and a new login-script command,
Wait For Prompt, available on your handheld
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About the Palm OS™ Software 3.3 Upgrade
The Upgrade Utility
In the past, changes or enhancements to the basic operations of your
handheld were distributed by means of a kind of add-on application
(sometimes called a “patch”) that you installed on your handheld. The
upgrade utility, which you use to install the 3.3 Upgrade, provides
another, more efficient method of adding improvements to your
handheld.
What changed?
The upgrade utility enables you to easily upgrade the most basic
software of your handheld: its operating system.
The 3.3 Upgrade adds many improvements to your handheld, but
those additions should cause no slow-down in the speed of its
processing. That’s because enhancements incorporated into the
operating system by means of the upgrade utility are more efficient in
their use of your handheld’s resources than those installed by means
of add-on applications.
Future enhancements to the operating system of your handheld are
likely to be made available to you through this upgrade utility.
The Upgrade Utility
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New Currency: The Euro
The euro is the currency of the European Union (EU). It was
introduced in January 1999. The 3.3 Upgrade adds the symbol for the
euro to the other symbols (dollar, yen, pound sterling) available in
Graffiti® writing and on the onscreen numeric keyboard. The euro
also appears in the Expense application.
Entering the euro in text
You can enter the euro symbol wherever you use other currency
symbols or names on your handheld.
To enter the euro using the onscreen keyboard:
1. Open an application (for example, Memo Pad).
2. Tap any record, or tap New.
3. Tap “123” to open the numeric keyboard.
Tap here for numeric keyboard
4. Tap the euro symbol.
Tap here to enter
euro in a record
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New Currency: The Euro
What changed?
If you’re used to tapping the former configuration of the numeric
keyboard, the addition of the euro requires you to slightly adjust the
way you work with the keyboard. Here’s what changed:
Former version
New version with euro
■
Tab moved from the top row of the left panel to the second row of
the right panel.
■
Dollar moved one cell to the left to make room for the euro.
■
Vertical bar was eliminated from the third row of the left panel and
no longer appears on the numeric keyboard. (The vertical bar is
still available in Graffiti writing.)
■
Equal sign moved from the second row of the right panel to the third
row of the left panel, where the vertical bar used to be.
To enter the euro using Graffiti writing:
1. Activate the Symbol Shift by making the following stroke:
Symbol
Shift
The slanted shift symbol appears in the lower-right corner of
the screen.
2. Write the Graffiti stroke for “e.”
Using the euro in Expense
The euro is now one of the currencies that is available by default in the
Expense application on your handheld, in addition to the dollar
(United States), pound sterling (United Kingdom), and deutsche mark
(Germany).
New Currency: The Euro
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If you have not used Expense before, the 3.3 Upgrade adds the euro as
the second currency on the default list.
Former version
New version with euro
If you use Expense and your list of currencies has an available slot, the
3.3 Upgrade automatically adds the euro to your list.
If your list of currencies is full and you want to use the euro in Expense
items, you must replace a currency with the euro.
To add the euro to your list of available currencies:
1. Open Expense.
2. Tap the Menu icon
.
3. Tap Options, and then tap Preferences.
4. Tap the Default Currency pick list, and then tap Edit Currencies.
Tap here
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New Currency: The Euro
5. Tap one of the five pick lists, and then select EU (Euro).
6. Tap OK.
After you add the euro to your list of available currencies, you can
make the euro your default currency, which is the currency that
automatically appears as part of every new Expense item you create.
To make the euro your default currency:
1. Open Expense.
2. Tap the Menu icon
.
3. Tap Options, and then tap Preferences.
4. Tap the Default Currency pick list.
5. Tap the euro.
6. Tap OK.
Displaying the euro in your
Desktop application
When you perform a HotSync® operation, the euro symbol is
transferred to your Desktop application like any other piece of data on
your handheld. The symbol shows up in your Desktop application,
however, only if you are using the fonts that support the symbol.
New Currency: The Euro
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These fonts do not reside with your Desktop application, and they are
not produced by Palm Computing; rather, they are part of the
operating system of your desktop computer.
Mac OS
Apple fonts that support the euro are contained in Mac OS 8.5 or
higher. For more information, visit the following web site:
http://til.info.apple.com/techinfo.nsf/artnum/n22222
Microsoft Windows
If you are using Windows 95 or Windows NT 4.0, you can download
free font upgrades that support the euro symbol from the Web. For
more information, visit the following web site:
http://www.microsoft.com/windows/euro.asp
Microsoft Windows 98 supports the euro and has all the necessary
fonts and built-in drivers to use the symbol.
Printing the euro
Even with operating system support, problems may arise while
printing documents that contain the euro if built-in printer fonts do
not support the symbol. When a font is present on both the printer and
the computer, the font in the printer is used by default to increase
printing speed. If the printer font is not updated to include the euro, a
box is printed instead of the euro symbol.
You can work around this problem by sending a bitmapped image of
the euro to the printer or by not using the printer's built-in fonts (if
allowed).
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New Currency: The Euro
Changes to HotSync® Technology
Many of the enhancements included in the 3.3 Upgrade improve
HotSync® technology.
New HotSync application interface
Before the 3.3 Upgrade, the HotSync application on your handheld
looked like this:
HotSync application interface,
former version
If you always synchronize your data using the cradle, it’s likely that
the only time you saw this former version was at the end of HotSync
operation. For you, the 3.3 Upgrade changes nothing.
The new version looks like this:
Tap Local or Modem to switch between the two kinds of connections
Tap the pick list to further define the connection
HotSync application interface, new version
Changes to HotSync® Technology
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Increased top speed of HotSync operations
Another enhancement to HotSync technology is an increase in the top
speed at which a cradle HotSync operation can occur, when you are
performing a cradle HotSync operation with the desktop computer to
which the cradle is directly connected. Faster speed is especially
helpful if you have large amounts of data to synchronize, for example,
a corporate phone book that you are constantly updating.
What changed?
In the former version of HotSync technology, the fastest speed at
which a cradle HotSync operation could take place was 57,600bps (bits
per second). Now the fastest possible speed is 115,200bps.
If you’re like most users, however, you simply set your HotSync
Manager (part of your Desktop application) to perform local HotSync
operations As Fast As Possible — that’s the default setting, the one
recommended in the documentation of your handheld. If this is the
setting you use, cradle HotSync operations now take advantage of the
new fastest speed whenever possible. You don’t need to do anything.
Recommended
setting
New top speed
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Changes to HotSync® Technology
All COM ports available
Former versions of the HotSync Manager listed, at most, the ports
COM1 through COM4, regardless of how many ports were actually
configured on your computer or which ports were actually available.
What changed?
The 3.3 Upgrade now enables you to see all COM ports that are
available on your desktop computer. It is convenient to be able to
access all ports from the HotSync Manager.
Improved results of a hard reset
On rare occasions, your handheld may not respond when you press
buttons or tap the screen. Usually, a simple soft reset returns your
handheld to full working order, with all your data intact.
It may happen, however, that a soft reset is not enough to wake up
your handheld, and you have to perform a hard reset. Because a hard
reset erases all data on your handheld, you must perform a HotSync
operation in order to transfer the data in your Desktop application to
your handheld.
In the past, the HotSync operation you performed after a hard reset
may have given you unexpected results. For example, an application
that you had added to your handheld disappeared, and you had to reinstall it. Or an application that you had deleted may have
reappeared.
Changes to HotSync® Technology
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What changed?
The 3.3 Upgrade changed the behavior of the HotSync Manager so
that in the future, after the HotSync operation that follows a hard
reset, your handheld contains what it contained before the hard reset.
For example, applications you deleted are not re-installed on your
handheld, and applications you added are not removed. Of course,
only as much of your data as is in your Desktop application can be
restored to your handheld.
Note: If you perform HotSync operations with more than one
computer (for example, one at work and another at home), be
sure to install the Desktop update portion of the 3.3 Upgrade
on all your computers. Otherwise, a hard reset may not give
you the results described here.
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Changes to HotSync® Technology
IR HotSync® Operations
Your handheld is equipped with an infrared (IR) port, and you’re
probably already familiar with “beaming” — that is, using infrared
technology to transfer your business card, data, or applications to
another Palm Computing® platform handheld that’s also equipped
with an IR port.
The IR port on
Palm Computing platform
handhelds is located behind
a window at the top, center,
of the device (the Palm V™
organizer is shown here)
What changed?
The power of the IR port is now extended because with the 3.3
Upgrade, your handheld supports the IrCOMM implementation of
the standards for infrared communication established by the Infrared
Data Association (IrDA). This means that not only can you beam data
to another Palm Computing platform handheld, but you can also
beam data to a cell phone and any other device that supports the
IrCOMM implementation of the IrDA standards.
Most importantly, you can now use the IR port to perform HotSync®
operations; you don’t need your cradle. This is especially useful if you
travel with an infrared-enabled laptop; you no longer need to carry
your cradle or cable to synchronize with the laptop. You simply
enable infrared communication on your laptop and handheld and
follow the instructions given in “Performing an IR HotSync
operation” later in this section.
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Preparing your computer
for infrared communication
Before you can perform a HotSync operation using the IR port, the
computer with which you want to synchronize must fulfill these
requirements:
■
Your computer must support the IrCOMM implementation of the
IrDA standards.
■
Your computer must have an enabled infrared port that’s built
into the computer, or an enabled infrared device attached to the
computer.
Desktop computers are likely to require an infrared device attached to
a physical COM port. Laptops are likely to have a built-in IR port, so
no external device is necessary. Your computer must also have an
installed infrared driver.
Check your computer’s documentation to learn if the computer
supports infrared communication. If your computer is a Macintosh
G3, or uses Microsoft Windows 98, infrared communication is built
into the operating system. Some versions of the Macintosh iMac also
have built-in infrared communication.
The following procedure explains how to find out if your Windows 95
computer has an infrared driver installed.
To check if your Windows 95 computer supports infrared communication:
1. In the Windows taskbar, click Start.
2. Choose Settings, and then choose Control Panel.
3. In the Control Panel, look for the Infrared icon.
If the icon is there, your computer is enabled for infrared
communication. If the icon does not appear, you need to install an
infrared driver.
Note: If you have an external infrared device attached to your
computer, a driver is probably included with the device.
Consult the documentation included with the device for
information on installing the required driver.
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IR HotSync® Operations
To install a Windows 95 infrared driver:
This procedure assumes that you already installed the 3.3 Upgrade.
1. Click the HotSync Manager icon
™ in the Windows system tray
and choose Setup. Click the tabs and make a note of the COM ports
being used by the HotSync Manager. You need this information
later.
2. Go to this web site:
http://www.microsoft.com/windows/downloads
3. Follow the links to the Windows 95 IrDA 2.0 (Infrared Driver), and
follow the instructions to download the driver.
4. Close your Internet browser if it’s in the way.
5. Find the file W95ir.exe on your computer.
Before you go to the next step, be sure this file is in a folder
where you want to store the infrared driver.
6. Double-click W95ir.exe.
A window appears and displays the files that are being unzipped onto your hard disk. After the files are unzipped, the title bar displays Finished. Close this window.
7. In the same folder where you unzipped W95ir.exe, find the file
Setup.exe. Double-click it to begin installation.
The Add Infrared Device Wizard appears.
8. Click Next.
9. Accept the defaults provided by the Wizard except when the
Wizard asks you to select the port that your infrared device is
physically connected to. Be sure that an available communications
port is selected. Do not select the port that the HotSync Manager
currently uses.
10. Continue the rest of the installation using the defaults provided.
If an alert appears telling you that there is a communication
port conflict, click OK and proceed.
After you install the infrared driver, you need to check the ports used
by your computer for infrared communication.
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To check the ports used for infrared communication:
1. In the Windows taskbar, click Start.
2. Choose Settings, and then choose Control Panel.
3. Double-click Infrared.
4. Click the Options tab.
5. Select Enable infrared communication.
The COM port displayed in the drop-down box is the same port
to which your infrared device is attached. It should be different
from any port that is used by the HotSync Manager.
6. Make a note of which port is listed as “providing application
support.” You need this information to configure the HotSync
Manager for infrared communication.
This port (COM4 in this example) is the simulated port, the
channel through which the actual infrared communication
takes place between your computer and your handheld.
7. Deselect any other check boxes in the Options tab.
8. Click Apply and OK.
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IR HotSync® Operations
Configuring HotSync Manager
for infrared communication
Next, you need to go to the HotSync Manager and specify the
simulated port used for infrared communication.
1. Click the HotSync Manager icon
in the Windows system tray.
2. Make sure Local is checked on the menu.
3. Choose Setup.
4. Click the Local tab.
5. In the Serial Port drop-down box, select the COM port that was
given as the simulated port in the Options tab of the Infrared
Monitor (in this example, COM4).
6. Click OK.
The HotSync Manager is now communicating with the simulated port
defined for infrared communication. This means that you cannot use
your cradle again until you reconfigure the HotSync Manager to
communicate with the port defined for cradle synchronization.
Performing an IR HotSync operation
After you complete the steps to prepare for performing an IR HotSync
operation, it is easy to perform the actual operation.
To perform an IR HotSync operation:
1. In the Applications Launcher, tap the HotSync icon.
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2. Tap Local.
3. Tap the pick list below the HotSync icon and select IR to a
PC/Handheld.
4. Position the IR port of your handheld within a couple of inches of
the infrared port of your computer.
5. Tap the HotSync icon to start the IR HotSync operation.
Tap here
to start IR
HotSync
operation
Returning to cradle HotSync operations
It’s easy to return to using the cradle for HotSync operations.
To return to cradle HotSync operations:
1. If necessary, connect the cradle to a serial (COM) port of your
computer.
2. Click the HotSync Manager icon
in the Windows system tray.
3. Choose Setup, and then click Local.
4. Select the COM port your cradle is connected to.
5. Click OK.
Now, the next time you want to perform a HotSync operation, just
press the HotSync button on the cradle, as you always did in the past.
You can leave the HotSync application on your handheld set to
perform IR HotSync operations and still use the cradle. This is useful
if you perform HotSync operations with both your desktop computer
and a laptop that you travel with. When you travel, you don’t have to
carry a cradle or cable because your handheld is set to perform IR
HotSync operations. When you’re in the office, just place your
handheld in the cradle and press the HotSync button.
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IR HotSync® Operations
Frequently asked questions
about IR HotSync operations
Problem
Solution
I can’t perform an IR
HotSync operation.
■
Be sure the HotSync Manager is
running and the Serial Port for local
operations is set to the simulated port
for infrared communication.
■
On your handheld, be sure the HotSync
application is set to Local, with the
option IR to a PC/Handheld.
■
Be sure the IR port of your handheld is
aligned directly opposite to, and within
a few inches of, the infrared device of
your computer.
■
IR HotSync operations do not work
after you receive a low battery warning.
Check the battery power of your
handheld. Replace the AAA batteries or
recharge the internal battery, as needed.
My handheld
displays the message
“Waiting for sender”
when it’s near my
computer’s infrared
port.
Your computer’s infrared port may be
set to search automatically for the
presence of other infrared devices. Do
the following to turn off this option:
1. In the Windows taskbar, click Start.
■
2. Choose Settings, and then choose
Control Panel.
3. Double-click Infrared.
4. Click the Options tab.
5. Deselect the option Search for and
provide status for devices in range.
6. Click Apply and OK.
■
IR HotSync® Operations
If you are using Windows 98, move
your handheld away from the
computer’s infrared port.
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My handheld
appears to freeze
when I place it near
my computer.
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Move your handheld away from the
computer’s infrared port.
IR HotSync® Operations
New Ways to Make Connections
The 3.3 Upgrade extends the power of the IR port with the addition of
the IrCOMM implementation. This addition considerably multiplies
the ways you can perform HotSync® operations. It also increases the
ways that you can use your handheld’s TCP/IP software to make
other kinds of connections between a network application on your
handheld and an intranet, a LAN, or the Internet.
For example, suppose your cell phone has a modem attachment, and
this modem is equipped with an IR port. You can now use infrared
communication to send data from your handheld to the IR port of the
modem. Then the cell-phone modem can dial a modem attached to
your desktop computer; through this connection, you can synchronize
with your Desktop application. The entire sequence can be set up from
your handheld using the new Connection Preferences screen and the
HotSync application.
What changed?
To accommodate these new possibilities, the 3.3 Upgrade eliminated
the former Modem Preferences screen from the Preferences (Prefs)
application and replaced it with a new Connection Preferences screen.
Eliminated:
Modem Preferences screen
New:
Connection Preferences screen
This Connection Preferences screen appears wherever the Modem
Preferences screen used to appear; so in the HotSync application, the
former Modem Setup item on the Options menu has been replaced by
Connection Setup. Tapping Connection Setup displays the
Connection Preferences screen.
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The Network Preferences screen also changed slightly so that you can
access the configurations you create using Connection Preferences:
New version, with
Connection option
Former version
List of default configurations
The Connection Preferences screen displays a list of available
configurations; the list varies depending on the kind of handheld you
use and the software you added to it. Your handheld supports these
connections by default. They are ready to be further defined for use.
For example, if you use a Palm III™ organizer, the connection for the
PalmModem® accessory appears on the list. Assuming you have the
modem hardware itself, you need only add the specifics of the
connection (phone setup and if needed, network connection) to
complete the configuration. The 3.3 Upgrade did not change the
options that allow you to specify these details. For help with these
options, refer to the online tips in the dialog boxes or the
documentation that came with your handheld. In the documentation,
see the sections on modem and network HotSync operations, on the
Network Preferences screen, and on the old Modem Preferences
screen. Note that if you had a customized modem setup on your
handheld before you added the 3.3 Upgrade, you have to re-enter the
init string for the modem.
Creating new configurations
You can also define new configurations. Use the Connection
Preferences screen to create a new configuration. There are four
possible kinds of connections.
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New Ways to Make Connections
Serial to PC: A local HotSync connection: the direct
serial connection between your handheld and your
desktop computer. Your handheld is connected by
its serial port to the cradle, and the cradle is
attached by its cable to a serial (COM) port of your
desktop computer.
Serial to Modem: A connection between a modem
attached to the serial port of your handheld and a
modem that is part of your computer or laptop.
IrCOMM to PC: A connection between the IR port of
your handheld and the infrared device of your
computer or laptop.
IrCOMM to Modem: A connection between the IR port
of your handheld and a modem. The modem can be
attached to a computer or some other device
containing an IR port.
The serial port on Palm
Computing platform
handhelds is located on
the bottom, center, of
the device (the Palm V™
organizer is shown here)
New Ways to Make Connections
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Example 1: A connection for remote
IR HotSync operations
You can define a configuration for the example mentioned above:
performing an IR HotSync operation to send data through the IR port
of a modem attached to a cell phone, which then dials a modem
attached to your desktop computer, to synchronize with your Desktop
application. For this example, you use the IrCOMM to Modem
connection.
To create an IrCOMM to Modem connection:
1. In the Applications Launcher, tap the Preferences (Prefs) icon
.
2. Tap the category pick list in the upper-right corner of the screen.
3. Tap Connection.
4. Tap New.
5. Enter a name to identify this configuration.
6. Tap the Connection Method pick list and select IrCOMM to
Modem.
7. Set the Dialing and Volume options.
8. Tap Details.
9. Enter the initialization string supplied by the documentation for
the modem attached to your cell phone.
Note:
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Depending on the kind of handheld and modem you use,
the Details dialog box may also contain an option in
which you select the country where you are currently
located.
New Ways to Make Connections
10. Tap OK, and then tap OK again to save the configuration.
Your new configuration appears in
the list of available configurations
After you create the configuration, you need to set up the HotSync
Manager of your Desktop application and the HotSync application of
your handheld to perform a modem HotSync operation.
To prepare the HotSync Manager for a modem HotSync operation:
1. Click the HotSync Manager icon
in the Windows system tray.
2. Choose Setup.
3. Click the Modem tab and enter information about the modem
attached to your desktop computer.
4. Click OK.
5. Click the HotSync Manager icon and choose Modem.
Now you’re ready to perform a HotSync operation that uses infrared
communication between your handheld, the modem on your cell
phone, and the modem attached to your desktop computer.
To prepare your handheld for a modem HotSync operation:
1. In the Applications Launcher, tap the HotSync icon
.
2. Tap Modem.
New Ways to Make Connections
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3. Tap the pick list below the icon and select your new configuration.
The configuration you created in
the Connection Preferences screen
is now associated with a modem
connection.
4. Tap Enter phone # to display the Phone Setup dialog box and enter
information according to the instructions given in the
documentation of your handheld.
Tap here to display the Phone Setup
dialog box
To perform the HotSync operation:
■
Tap the modem HotSync icon to begin the HotSync operation.
Tap here to begin the
HotSync operation
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New Ways to Make Connections
Example 2: A TCP/IP connection
The Network Preferences screen enables you to use the TCP/IP
software that is part of the operating system of your handheld. You
can use the TCP/IP software to connect with Internet Service
Providers (ISPs) or dial-in (remote access) servers.
TCP/IP provides the ability to connect to your ISP or dial-in server
using an application on your handheld that allows you to view the
transmitted data. Visit the web site http://www.palm.com for
information on third-party applications that take advantage of
TCP/IP.
To use TCP/IP, you must use one of the default connection
configurations listed in Connection Preferences that involves a
modem, either Serial to Modem or IrCOMM to Modem. You can also
create a configuration.
For this example, let’s suppose you create a Serial to Modem
connection named Connect to ISP. See “Example 1: A connection for
remote IR HotSync operations” for information on creating a new
connection configuration. Your new configuration appears in the
Connection Preferences screen:
Your new configuration appears in
the list of available configurations
Now you must create a TCP/IP connection in the Network
Preferences screen.
To set up the TCP/IP connection:
1. Tap the category pick list in the upper-right corner of the
Preferences screen.
2. Tap Network.
3. Tap the Menu icon
.
4. Tap Service, and then tap New.
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5. Tap the Connection pick list and select your new configuration.
The configuration you created in
the Connection Preferences screen
is now associated with a TCP/IP
connection
Note:
To use a TCP/IP connection that you created before you
added the 3.3 Upgrade, be sure it is associated with the
proper connection configuration.
6. Complete the Network Preferences screen according to the
instructions given in the documentation for your handheld.
7. Tap Details and complete the definition of the connection
according to the instructions given in the documentation for your
handheld.
8. To make the actual connection, tap Connect in the Network
Preferences screen, or follow the instructions of the third-party
application you use to view transmitted data.
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Login Script Enhancements
A login script is a series of commands that automates logging in to a
network server, for example, your corporate network or your Internet
Service Provider (ISP). A login script is associated with a specific
service template created in Network Preferences.
A login script is something that you are likely to receive from your IS
system administrator if your company has a system in which you log
in to the corporate servers from your handheld using a modem or
network connection. The script is generally prepared by the system
administrator and distributed to users who need it. It automates the
events that must take place in order to establish a connection between
your handheld and the corporate servers.
You can create login scripts in two ways:
■
In a text editor on your desktop computer, in which you create a
file with the extension .PNC, which you then install on your
handheld using the Install Tool (this method is not available to
Macintosh users)
■
In the Login Script dialog box on your handheld, accessed from
the Details dialog box in Network Preferences
Tap here to see the list of
available commands
New command: Wait For
Prompt
What changed?
The 3.3 Upgrade allows developers to extend the scripting language
by means of plug-in applications. The upgrade also adds two new
commands. One is available in the scripting language on your
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handheld: Wait For Prompt. The other is available in the scripting
language on your desktop application: set queryDNS.
One of the chief benefits of the 3.3 Upgrade enhancements to the
scripting language is that login scripts can now accommodate the use
of token-based authentication systems in login procedures.
Token-based authentication systems
Token-based authentication systems are security systems. They
provide another security barrier to the access of network servers.
Token-based authentication systems make use of small credit-cardsized devices called “token cards” or “security keys,” which users
carry with them and must use to complete the authentication process
when they log in to a network server.
There are currently three types of token-based authentication systems.
The 3.3 Upgrade enhancements allow you to support all three.
■
Time-Synchronous: The token card generates dynamic passwords
based on an exact schedule. The schedule is aligned between the
authentication server and the token hardware using built-in
synchronized clocks.
■
Challenge-Response: The authentication server prompts the user
with a dynamically generated value — the challenge. The user
enters this challenge value on the token card, and the token card
generates a response value. The user enters this response value
like a password on the handheld.
■
Event-Synchronous: This system generates and tracks an ordered
series of dynamic passwords. The server matches the passwords
based on the iteration ID.
Plug-in applications
You can create plug-in applications that contain script commands that
you create in order to extend the functionality of the built-in script
commands. A plug-in application is a standard .PRC application that
is installed on your handheld just like any other application. After you
install the plug-in application on the handheld, the new script
commands can be used in a login script.
Plug-in applications have the following characteristics:
■
Written in C language
■
Compiled into a device executable
■
Called properly from a login script
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■
Able to return control to a login script after it terminates
■
Created using a development environment that supports the Palm
OS™ software, such as Metrowerks Code Warrior
For additional information on creating plug-in applications, send
e-mail to Palm Developer Support at [email protected]
New command: Wait For Prompt
The Wait For Prompt command is usually used with challengeresponse token card authentication. This command detects a
challenge-response prompt coming from the server and then displays
the dynamically generated challenge value. You then enter the
challenge value into your token card, which in turn generates a
response value for you to enter on your handheld.
This command takes two arguments, both entered on the input line
and separated by a vertical bar (|):
■
First argument: The specific text string the handheld expects to
receive
■
Second argument: An optional text string that appears in the title bar
of the dialog box containing the prompt string
New command: set queryDNS
The set queryDNS command is available only when you create a login
script on your desktop computer. The command enables your script to
turn off the Query DNS option in the Details dialog box of Network
Preferences. It works in conjunction with the set primaryDNS and
set secondaryDNS commands.
By default, the Query DNS option is on. This is the syntax for your
login script:
set queryDNS “true”
This is the syntax to turn the option off in your script:
set queryDNS “false”
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Index
Beaming. See Infrared
HotSync
all ports visible 11
increased speed 10
Manager 10, 11, 12, 15, 17
new interface 9
operations using cradle 18, 23
operations using IR
port 17 – 18, 24 – 26
problems with IR HotSync
operations 19
restoring data after hard
reset 11
C
I
COM ports 11, 15, 16
Connection Preferences screen 21,
22
Connections
configurations 22 – 23
TCP/IP 27 – 28
Cradle HotSync operations 18
Currency. See Euro
Dates, Year 2000 warranty 32
Desktop application 2, 7, 10, 11
Driver for infrared communication
on Windows 95 15
Infrared
connections using 23
HotSync operations 17 – 18,
24 – 26
installing Windows 95
driver 15
and Macintosh 2
port of your handheld 13
ports 16, 21
problems with IR HotSync
operations 19
requirements for computer 14
IR. See Infrared
IrCOMM 13, 21, 23
IrDA (Infrared Data Association) 13
E
L
Euro
defined 4
in Desktop application 7 – 8
in Expense 5 – 7
in Graffiti writing 5
in onscreen keyboard 4 – 5
printing 8
Login scripts 29 – 31
3.0 version, Palm OS software 2
3.1 version, Palm OS software 2
3.3 Upgrade 2
B
D
F
Fonts for euro in Desktop
application 8
M
Macintosh 2, 8, 14, 29
Microsoft Windows 95, 98, NT 8, 14
Modem connections 22, 23
Modem Preferences screen 21
N
Network Preferences screen 22,
27 – 28, 31
H
Hard reset, results of 11
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P
T
Palm OS software
3.3 Upgrade 2
version 3.0 2
version 3.1 2
Plug-in applications for login
scripts 30
Ports
IR on handheld 13
serial on handheld 23
simulated for infrared
communication 16
visible in HotSync Manager 11
TCP/IP connection 27 – 28
Token-based authentication
systems 30
Troubleshooting 19
2000, Year 32
S
Security keys 30
Serial port of handheld 23
set queryDNS, command for login
scripts 31
Simulated port for infrared
communication 16
Speed of HotSync operations 10
Index
U
Upgrade of Palm OS software 3.3 2
Upgrade utility 3
W
Wait For Prompt, command for
login scripts 31
Web sites 2, 8, 15, 27
Y
Year 2000 warranty 32
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