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Autostart AS-1252V User`s guide
Dolphin™ Power Tools
with Windows® Mobile 6.X for the Dolphin 6000 Scanphone
User’s Guide
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Table of Contents
Chapter 1 - Introduction
Dolphin Power Tools Overview ............................................................................................1-1
Software Requirements .......................................................................................................1-1
Dolphin Terminals ..........................................................................................................1-1
Desktop ..........................................................................................................................1-1
Power Tools Main Window ..................................................................................................1-1
Additional Dolphin Power Tools ...........................................................................................1-2
Upgrading Power Tools .......................................................................................................1-2
Chapter 2 - EZConfig Utilities
Overview ..............................................................................................................................2-1
Chapter 3 - EZConfig Editor on the Dolphin Terminal
Overview ..............................................................................................................................3-1
File Types ............................................................................................................................3-1
EXM Files.......................................................................................................................3-1
Accessing EZConfig Editor ..................................................................................................3-1
Opening EXM Files ..............................................................................................................3-1
Menus and Toolbar Options.................................................................................................3-2
File Menu .......................................................................................................................3-2
Edit Menu .......................................................................................................................3-2
View Menu .....................................................................................................................3-3
Tools Menu ....................................................................................................................3-3
Editing Sections ...................................................................................................................3-3
Modifying Text................................................................................................................3-3
Moving Sections.............................................................................................................3-4
Editing Keys .........................................................................................................................3-4
Modifying Text................................................................................................................3-4
Moving Keys...................................................................................................................3-4
Launching Associated Applications .....................................................................................3-4
Command Line Arguments ..................................................................................................3-5
Chapter 4 - EZConfig Editor on the PC (Workstation)
Overview ..............................................................................................................................4-1
Installing EZConfig on the Workstation ................................................................................4-1
Upgrades........................................................................................................................4-1
File Types ............................................................................................................................4-1
EXM Files.......................................................................................................................4-1
Accessing EZConfig Editor ..................................................................................................4-1
Menus and Toolbar Options.................................................................................................4-3
File Menu .......................................................................................................................4-3
Edit Menu .......................................................................................................................4-3
View Menu .....................................................................................................................4-4
Tools Menu ....................................................................................................................4-4
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Opening EXM Files.............................................................................................................. 4-4
Opening EXM Files on the Workstation......................................................................... 4-4
Opening Remote EXM Files .......................................................................................... 4-4
Working with Open EXM Files ....................................................................................... 4-5
Working with Sections ................................................................................................... 4-6
Working with Keys ......................................................................................................... 4-9
Saving to the Device.................................................................................................... 4-11
Creating New Configuration Documents ........................................................................... 4-12
Associating Applications.................................................................................................... 4-12
Registry Documents .......................................................................................................... 4-13
Updating the Registry on the Terminal ........................................................................ 4-14
Launch Associated Application.................................................................................... 4-14
Creating Registry Documents...................................................................................... 4-14
Adding Registry Keys .................................................................................................. 4-15
Create EZConfig Bar Code................................................................................................ 4-15
Chapter 5 - Autorun and AutoInstall
Overview.............................................................................................................................. 5-1
Autorun ................................................................................................................................ 5-1
Autorun.exm File............................................................................................................ 5-1
Program Sections and Launch Sequence ..................................................................... 5-1
Enabling and Disabling Sections ................................................................................... 5-1
Programs’ Subsections.................................................................................................. 5-1
Editing the Autorun.exm File.......................................................................................... 5-2
Adding a Program Subsection ....................................................................................... 5-2
Copying a File................................................................................................................ 5-2
Start Options.................................................................................................................. 5-2
Applying Startup Options to the Autorun Configuration File .......................................... 5-4
AutoInstall............................................................................................................................ 5-4
Program Install Locations .............................................................................................. 5-4
AutoInstall.exm .............................................................................................................. 5-4
Command Line Arguments ............................................................................................ 5-4
Chapter 6 - DeviceConfig
Overview.............................................................................................................................. 6-1
DeviceConfig.exm File......................................................................................................... 6-1
Enabling DeviceConfig Functionality ............................................................................. 6-1
Autorun .......................................................................................................................... 6-1
Settings in the WLAN Supplicant................................................................................... 6-1
DeviceConfig.exm Sections and Keys................................................................................. 6-1
Connections Section...................................................................................................... 6-1
System Section.............................................................................................................. 6-5
Applications Section ...................................................................................................... 6-5
Launching DeviceConfig.exe Manually ............................................................................... 6-6
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Chapter 7 - Network Utilities
Accessing Network Utilities ................................................................................................. 7-1
Route ................................................................................................................................... 7-1
Print ............................................................................................................................... 7-2
Add ................................................................................................................................ 7-2
Delete ............................................................................................................................ 7-2
Clear .............................................................................................................................. 7-3
IP Config.............................................................................................................................. 7-3
Displaying the Terminal’s IP Configuration.................................................................... 7-3
Ping ..................................................................................................................................... 7-3
Chapter 8 - Registry Power Tools
Overview.............................................................................................................................. 8-1
Editing the Registry ............................................................................................................. 8-1
Menus.................................................................................................................................. 8-2
File Menu ....................................................................................................................... 8-2
Edit Menu....................................................................................................................... 8-2
View Menu ..................................................................................................................... 8-3
Importing Registry Files....................................................................................................... 8-3
Exporting Specific Registry Settings.................................................................................... 8-3
RegBackup.exm .................................................................................................................. 8-3
Command Line Arguments.................................................................................................. 8-5
Registry Edit Options in EZConfig ....................................................................................... 8-5
Chapter 9 - ScanWedge and ScanManWedge
Overview.............................................................................................................................. 9-1
ScanWedge ......................................................................................................................... 9-1
ScanManWedge .................................................................................................................. 9-1
Enabling ScanWedge or ScanManWedge at Startup.................................................... 9-1
Disabling ScanWedge or ScanManWedge ......................................................................... 9-1
Modifying the ScanWedge or ScanManWedge Configuration File...................................... 9-1
ScanWedge.exm or ScanManWedge.exm Sections........................................................... 9-2
Data Formatting Reference Charts...................................................................................... 9-2
ASCII Conversion Chart (Code Page 1252) .................................................................. 9-2
Symbology Chart ........................................................................................................... 9-5
Symbologies Section ..................................................................................................... 9-6
OCR............................................................................................................................... 9-6
VK (Virtual Key) Mapping Section ................................................................................. 9-6
Virtual Key Codes Table ................................................................................................ 9-7
Command Line Arguments .......................................................................................... 9-11
Chapter 10 - Reboot
Reboot ............................................................................................................................... 10-1
Chapter 11 - SysInfo
SysInfo............................................................................................................................... 11-1
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Chapter 12 - EZMenu
Overview............................................................................................................................ 12-1
Running Easy Menu .......................................................................................................... 12-1
Menu Configuration Files................................................................................................... 12-1
Sample Menu Configuration Files................................................................................ 12-1
Modifying Menu Configuration Files ............................................................................ 12-1
Creating Menu Configuration Files .............................................................................. 12-1
Menu Configuration File Sections................................................................................ 12-2
Settings Section........................................................................................................... 12-2
MenuEntries Subsections ............................................................................................ 12-2
Exit Icon ....................................................................................................................... 12-3
Start Options................................................................................................................ 12-3
Booting the Terminal to the Application Window ............................................................... 12-5
Chapter 13 - Printing
Overview............................................................................................................................ 13-1
BTPrint......................................................................................................................... 13-1
Print Demo................................................................................................................... 13-1
Chapter 14 - Customer Support
Technical Assistance......................................................................................................... 14-1
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Introduction
Dolphin Power Tools Overview
Note: Screen captures/icons in this user’s guide may differ from what appears on your device.
Power Tools are used to create custom launch menus and to control your application environment. Once you have created your
custom environment, your users are presented with a window with just the applications you wish them to see. Dolphin Power
Tools are installed in every Dolphin terminal. Different versions of Power Tools apply to different Dolphin terminals depending
on the model or operating system.
Software Requirements
Dolphin Terminals
This version of Dolphin Power Tools is designed to work with Windows® Mobile 6.
Desktop
The Power Tools installer and the workstation version of EZConfig Editor are designed to work with the following operating
systems:
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Microsoft® Windows® XP
Microsoft® Windows® 2000
Microsoft® Windows® NT
Microsoft® Windows® Vista
Microsoft® .NET Framework 2.0
Microsoft® ActiveSync® (version 4.5 or higher)
Power Tools Main Window
Tap
> Power Tools and the Power Tools main window opens.
Description
Page
EZConfig Utilities
Opens a window that displays the EZConfig Editor and a
series of exm files.
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Network Utilities
Opens a window that displays the Network utilities.
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RegEdit
Allows you to edit the registry and import and export
registry keys.
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Suspend
Suspends the terminal until the power button is touched.
BTPrint
Allows you to print to a Bluetooth printer.
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Displays system information including firmware versions,
DLL versions, system parameters, and network and
radio information.
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SysInfo
Reboot
Performs a reboot.
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Exit
Exits Power Tools.
ScanWedge or
ScanManWedge
Allows you to send bar code data to your application.
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Additional Dolphin Power Tools
EZMenu is an additional Power Tool that does not appear in the main window. EZMenu formats application windows to display
and launch software programs on the terminal. For further information, see EZMenu beginning on page 12-1.
Upgrading Power Tools
Upgrades for the Power Tools on the Dolphin come in the form of an executable file that installs the upgrade files onto the workstation. Upgrades are available from Customer Support (see page 14-1) or www.honeywellaidc.com. Once the workstation
installation is complete, transfer the appropriate upgrade files to the Dolphin terminal to upgrade the terminal's Power Tools.
Note: An active Microsoft ActiveSync or Windows Mobile Device Center connection between a host workstation and the Dolphin
terminal is required to upgrade your Power Tools.
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EZConfig Utilities
Overview
EZConfig Utilities is made up of the EZConfig Editor and a series of exm files. EZConfig Editor is the tool used to open and edit
exm files. The exm files are the building blocks for creating the Power Tools windows you see on your terminal. Some exm files
(AutoInstall, Autorun, and DeviceConfig) are used to display and run your applications. The other exm files are used to build
your own customized windows and applications for the Dolphin terminal.
EZConfig Utilities Main Window
Description
EZConfig Editor
Page
Edits exm files for customized applications. There
are two versions of EZConfig Editor. One that runs
on the Dolphin terminal, and one that can run on
your PC or workstation.
EZConfig Editor on the Dolphin Terminal
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EZConfig Editor on the PC (Workstation)
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AutoInstall.exm
Installs cab files in the AutoInstall folder, ensuring
they persist through hard resets.
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Autorun.exm
Specifies the software applications to be launched
after each hard reset.
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DemosMenu.exm
Specifies the menu for custom Honeywell demos.
DeviceConfig.exm
Contains terminal configuration settings.
EZConfigMenu.exm
Specifies the menu for the Honeywell EZConfig Utilities
window.
Network Menu.exm
Specifies the menu for the Honeywell Network Utilities
window.
Power Tools
Menu.exm
Specifies the menu for the Honeywell Power Tools
application.
Scandemo.exm
Specifies the menu for a custom Honeywell scanning demo.
ScanWedge.exm and
ScanManWedge.exm
Sends data from the decoder or serial port to the
foreground application as keystrokes.
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EZConfig Editor on the Dolphin Terminal
Overview
EZConfig Editor creates, edits, and manages EXM files for Dolphin terminals. There are two versions of EZConfig Editor: one
for the Dolphin terminal and one for the workstation. In the workstation editor, EXM files are edited, saved, then transferred to
the Dolphin terminal. In the terminal editor, EXM files are edited and saved right on the terminal
This chapter details EZConfig Editor running on a Dolphin terminal. Refer to EZConfig Editor on the PC
(Workstation) beginning on page 4-1 for information about using EZConfig Editor on a workstation.
File Types
EXM Files
The EXM file format is an XML format customized for Dolphin terminals that is comprised of sections that sometimes contain child sections and keys. Keys contain the values that configure the terminal.
The EXM file format supports a multi-level, hierarchical, tree structure. The terminal reads the highest level section first and
then reads the key values in each section.
EXM files replace INI files for Power Tools and terminal configuration settings. If both an INI file and an EXM file are present for the same application, the terminal defaults to the EXM file and a warning message appears at startup. Remove the
INI file from the terminal to avoid this warning message.
Types of Configuration Files
There are two types of configuration files in the EXM file format:
Configuration Documents - Program and configure the terminal.
Registry Documents - Update and modify the registry.
Accessing EZConfig Editor
EZConfig Editor on the terminal edits and creates EXM files in the terminal and contains the same basic functionality as the editor on the workstation.
Tap Start > Power Tools > EZConfig Utilities > EZConfig Editor.
Opening EXM Files
• Tap directly on an EXM file to open it in EZConfig Editor.
• Tap the EZConfig Editor icon to open EZConfig Editor, then tap File > Open to open an EXM file.
• In File Explorer, navigate to an EXM file and tap once on the file to open it in EZConfig Editor.
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Sections appear in the top half of
the window.
Keys appear in the bottom half of the
window.
Enabled keys have a checkmark.
Disabled keys have a blank box.
Disabled sections appear in gray.
Descriptions and values for each key
are displayed.
Menus and Toolbar Options
File Menu
Menu Item
Description
New
Creates a new document. There are two options:
• Configuration Document - Creates a configuration file. See
Creating New Configuration Documents (page 4-12).
• Registry Document - Creates a registry file in the EXM file format. See
Registry Documents (page 4-13).
Open
Opens an EXM file.
Save
Saves the open file to the location you select on the terminal.
This option is disabled for new and imported files; use Save As instead.
Save As
Saves the open file with a new name to the location you select on the terminal.
Properties
Associates the EXM file with an application on the terminal. See Associating
Applications on page 4-12.
Exit
Closes EZConfig Editor.
Edit Menu
For Section Edit menu options, see Editing Sections on page 3-3. For Key Edit menu options, see Editing Keys on page 34.
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View Menu
Menu Item
Description
Shows or hides the icons indicating if a subsection or key is locked.
Show Locks
The key icon means that the
section’s keys are locked.
The lock icon means the section’s
subsections are locked.
For additional information on locks on subsections and keys, see Status Bar on page 4-5.
Tools Menu
Menu Item
Description
Launch Associated
App
If the open EXM file is associated with an application on the terminal, this item is active and
launches the associated application.
Simplify Document
Note: You cannot
undo this
action!
Simplifies the EXM file, which makes it smaller. Simplifying permanently removes
• Disabled sections and keys
• Descriptions
Warm Boot
Reboots the terminal.
Editing Sections
Modifying Text
There are several options to edit a section name or description:
1. Select the section and tap Edit > Modify.
Or: Select an item and press the ENTER key.
Or: Tap and hold on the section name, then select Modify on the Edit menu that pops up.
2. All three options open the Edit Section window.
3. Tap inside the Name or description fields and edit the text.
4. Tap OK to save changes. (You can also press the ENTER key.) Tap Cancel to close the window without changes.
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Moving Sections
You cannot drag and drop to move sections in the tree. Use the Cut, Copy, Paste, and Paste as Child items on the Edit
menu to move sections.
Note: The Paste function pastes sections at the same level they were cut by default.
Editing Keys
Modifying Text
There are severl options to edit a key’s name, value, or description:
1. Select the key and tap Edit > Modify,
Select the key and press the ENTER key, OR
Tap and hold on the key’s name, then select Modify on the Edit menu that pops up.
All three edit options open the Edit Key window.
2. Tap inside the Name, Value or Description fields and edit the text.
3. Tap OK to save changes. (You can also press the ENTER key.) Tap Cancel to close the window without changes.
Moving Keys
You cannot drag and drop to move keys. Use the Cut, Copy, and Paste as Child items on the Edit menu to move keys.
Launching Associated Applications
The Tools menu contains an item named Launch Associated App. Launch Associated App is enabled only when there is an
application associated with the EXM file. Selecting this item automatically saves the open EXM file and launches the associated
application while the EXM file remains open.
To see the associated application, tap File > Properties.
The Path field contains the launch location of the application.
The Args field contains any command line arguments to execute when the application launches.
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While the EXM file is open, click File > Properties or the Document Properties toolbar button
Field
Description
Path
Enter the location of the EXE on the terminal.
.
Enter the command line argument you want applied when the application launches.
When an application is entered in the Path field, the following command line appears as the
argument: /exm %filename.
Arguments
Enter additional command line arguments (see Command Line Arguments on page 3-5) next to /
exm %filename in this field.
Launches the application. Execute selects automatically when an application is entered in the Path
field.
You cannot de-select Execute for configuration documents.
Execute
You can de-select Execute for registry documents; however, EZConfig Client cannot update the
registry unless Execute is selected. For more information, see Launch Associated Application
(page 4-14).
Wait Until Finished
This indicates that the EXM should wait until the associated application has exited before
continuing.
Example: You’ve saved changes to an open DeviceConfig.exm file.
To apply those changes immediately, tap Tools > Launch Associated App. Because the DeviceConfig.exm file is associated
with DeviceConfig.exe by default, DeviceConfig launches and applies the settings in the DeviceConfig.exm file.
Example: You’ve saved changes to an open ScanWedge.exm file. The ScanWedge.exm file has the following parameters as
the associated application:
Path:
\program files\power tools\scanwedge.exe
Args:
/restart
Tapping Tools > Launch Associated App refreshes ScanWedge with the new settings.
Command Line Arguments
/%filename
Executes the EXM file; this is the default entry.
/q
Quiet mode
/s
Full screen
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/o
No menu
/e
Exit if first scan fails to deliver a valid bar code
/u
Accept (decode) unsecure bar codes
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EZConfig Editor on the PC (Workstation)
Overview
EZConfig Editor creates, edits, and manages EXM files for Dolphin terminals. There are two versions of EZConfig Editor: one
for the Dolphin terminal and one for the workstation. In the workstation editor, EXM files are edited, saved, then transferred to
the terminal. In the terminal editor, EXM files are edited and saved right on the terminal
This chapter details EZConfig Editor running on a PC or workstation. Refer to EZConfig Editor on the Dolphin
Terminal beginning on page 3-1 for information about using EZConfig Editor on a Dolphin terminal.
Installing EZConfig on the Workstation
Go to www.honeywellaidc.com to download and install Honeywell EZConfig Editor Setup.exe on the workstation.
Upgrades
Upgrades for EZConfig Editor on the workstation are available from Customer Support (see page 14-1) or
www.honeywellaidc.com.
File Types
EXM Files
The EXM file format is an XML format customized for Dolphin terminals that is comprised of sections that sometimes contain child sections and keys. Keys contain the values that configure the terminal.
The EXM file format supports a multi-level, hierarchical, tree structure. The terminal reads the highest level section first and
then reads the key values in each section.
EXM files replace INI files for Power Tools and terminal configuration settings. If both an INI file and an EXM file are present for the same application, the terminal defaults to the EXM file and a warning message appears at startup. Remove the
INI file from the terminal to avoid this warning message.
Types of Configuration Files
There are two types of configuration files in the EXM file format:
Configuration Documents - Program and configure the terminal.
Registry Documents - Update and modify the registry.
Accessing EZConfig Editor
After you complete installation, EZConfig Editor is available on the workstation from the Start menu.
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Click Start > Programs > Honeywell > EZConfig for Mobility > EZConfig for Mobility. The following screen appears:
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Menus and Toolbar Options
File Menu
Menu Item
Description
New
Creates a new document. There are two options:
• Configuration Document - Creates a configuration file. See
Creating New Configuration Documents (page 4-12).
• Registry Document - Creates a registry file in the EXM file format. See
Registry Documents (page 4-13).
Open
Opens an EXM file located on the workstation.
Open from Device
Opens an EXM file located on the terminal. The location of the file appears in the
title bar with the word “[Remote]” to identify that the open file is located on the
terminal.
Note: Requires an ActiveSync connection between the workstation and the
terminal.
Save
Saves the open file to the location you select on the workstation.
This option is disabled for new and imported files; use Save As instead.
Save As
Saves the open file with a new name to the location you select on the workstation.
Properties
Associates the EXM file with an application on the terminal. See Associating
Applications on page 4-12.
Exit
Closes EZConfig Editor.
Edit Menu
For Section Edit menu options, see Working with Sections on page 4-6. For Key Edit menu options, see Working with Keys
on page 4-9.
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View Menu
Menu Item
Description
Shows or hides the icons indicating if a subsection or key is locked.
Show Locks
The key icon means that the
section’s keys are locked.
The lock icon means the section’s
subsections are locked.
For additional information on locks on subsections and keys, see Status Bar on page 4-5.
Tools Menu
Menu Item
Description
Simplify Document
Note: You cannot
undo this
action!
Simplifies the EXM file, which makes it smaller. Simplifying permanently removes
• Disabled sections and keys
• Descriptions
Because the following menu items execute commands on the terminal, there must be an ActiveSync connection
between the workstation and the terminal.
Launch Associated
App
If the open EXM file is associated with an application on the terminal, this item is active and
launches the associated application on the terminal.
Note: You would use this option after saving the EXM file to the terminal; see Saving to the
Device on page 4-11.
*Cold Boot
Factory reset. Not supported.
*Warm Boot
Reboots the terminal.
* Some settings affect the boot process and these menu items can help you run a test without switching to the terminal.
Opening EXM Files
EZConfig Editor opens EXM files stored on the workstation or the Dolphin terminal (if an ActiveSync connection is established).
Opening EXM Files on the Workstation
Click File > Open or the Open toolbar button
and select the EXM file.
Opening Remote EXM Files
EZConfig Editor can open EXM files located on the terminal so that you can make edits to the Dolphin terminal’s configuration using your PC.
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When the terminal and workstation are connected by ActiveSync, click File > Open From Device and the remote open
window opens.
To open a file, select it and click OK.
Note: You can also open EXM files in the editor on the terminal. See EZConfig Editor on the Dolphin Terminal beginning
on page 3-1.
Working with Open EXM Files
Whether you open an EXM file, EZConfig Editor displays the content in four different sections of the window.
Displays the file name.
If the file is on the
terminal, the title bar
displays the remote
path.
Displays the root node
and sections.
Select a section and the
details appear in the
other portions of the
window.
The folders appear in
different colors to
indicate their status.
Displays the keys in the
selected section.
Text that appears in blue
can be edited.
Displays the section
name and description.
Displays the selected
key’s name and
description.
Status Bar
Status Bar
The Status Bar appears at the bottom of the window and displays information about selected sections and keys.
Selected Section
Section Name Merge Mode
Locks on subsections and keys
See Section Locks on page 4-8.
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Selected Key
Key Name
Enabled or Read Only Encrypted
Disabled
Key locked by
section
See Key Types on page 4-11.
Working with Sections
The EXM file format supports a multi-level tree structure. The section tree appears in the top left quadrant of the window.
The root node identifies the EXM file and “Root” appears in the description.
Sections have a Name and Description and contain keys that appear in the upper right quadrant when you select the section name. Select a section by clicking on it. You can select only one section at a time.
Edit Menu Options
Select a section and click Edit to see the available options.
Menu Item
Description
Modify
Allows you to rename or modify the section name, value, and its description. You can also
double click on the description to bring up the Modify screen.
Note: You cannot modify the name if the section is locked or disabled; see Section Locks
(page 4-8).
Cut
Cuts a selected section.
Copy
Copies a selected section.
Paste
Pastes the section that was just cut or copied at the same level as the selected section.
Paste as Child
Pastes the section that was just cut or copied as a child of the selected section.
Note: You can cut, copy and paste sections within an EXM file or across EXM files.
Delete
Deletes a selected section.
Note: Because you cannot undo a delete, consider disabling rather than deleting.
Enable
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Sections are enabled by default. This menu item enables sections that were previously
disabled. You can enable a section only if its parent section is enabled.
To enable all the keys inside a section you are enabling, SHIFT + right-click and select
Enable All.
Menu Item
Description
Sections are enabled by default. This menu item disables a selection section and all of its
keys. Disabled sections remain in the file with a gray folder .
Disable All
If you disable a section that has child sections, all of its child sections (and the child section
keys) are disabled automatically. The child section folders are also in gray.
When reading the EXM file, the terminal behaves as though disabled sections are not there
and moves on to read the next enabled section.
Disabled sections can be removed from the EXM file permanently using the Simplify
Document (see page 4-4) option. If you want to keep disabled sections in the EXM file on the
workstation but not in the file deployed to the terminal, use the Simplified option (see page 44).
Insert Section
This menu item inserts a new section.
Append Child
Section
This menu item adds a new child section to a selected section. The new child section is
inserted below the previous section.
Moving Sections
To move sections within an EXM file, use the drag and drop method. By default, sections are dropped at the same
level in the tree.
For additional functionality when dragging and dropping, hold:
• ALT to drop a section as a child section.
• CTRL to copy a section and drop the copy at the same level in the tree.
• CTRL + ALT to copy a section and drop the copy as a child section.
Note: You can select only one section at a time; you cannot use SHIFT+Click or CTRL+Click to select more than one
section.
To move sections between EXM files, open two instances of EZConfig Editor and drag and drop sections between
them. When dragging, a copy of the section is dragged to the new file. When dropping, drop the section directly on top
of the section where you want the child section to appear.
Note: To drop the first section into a new file, press and hold the ALT key and drop the section on the root node. (All
sections must be child sections of the root node.)
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Section Locks
There are different types of locks on sections. The status bar indicates what type of lock is applied to a selected section.
Lock Type
Status Bar
Indicator
Name Lock
Description
Effect
The section name is
locked.
Section Name and Description cannot be
modified.
All keys are locked.
Key Names and Descriptions cannot be
modified. Keys cannot be added, moved, or
deleted within the section.
All immediate subsections
are locked.
Immediate subsection Names and
Descriptions cannot be modified. Immediate
subsections cannot be added, moved, or
deleted.
Key Lock
Subsection
Lock
Note: All locks are applied to each individual section and are not recursive. Only text that appears in blue can be
modified.
Section-Level Merge Modes
EXM files ship with section-level merge modes already defined according to section content. Merge modes determine
how section information is handled when an updated EXM file is deployed to the terminal where an existing version of
that EXM file is stored.
Merge modes are indicated by folder icons and in the Status bar.
Mode
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Description
Delete + Add
Deletes non-common children elements (i.e., subsections, and keys) in the
target file, then adds the new information from the exm file. Basically, the
new section replaces the old section.
This is the default merge mode for new sections.
Disable + Add
Disables non-common children elements (i.e., subsections, and keys) in the
target file, then adds the new information from the bar code.
Note: Disabled sections and keys end up as disabled in the target file.
Add Only
Adds new information (sections and keys) to the existing section. If this is a
brand new section, the new section is added to the existing EXM file.
Note: Disabled sections are not modified in the target file.
Merge
Effect
Exclusive
Inclusive
To change section-level merge modes, select a section and right click.
The folder colors change immediately after selection.
Working with Keys
Keys have a Name, a Description, and a Value and reside inside sections. For specific key values, consult the chapters of
this User’s Guide that describe the EXM file you’re editing.
Edit Menu Options
Select a key and right-click or click Edit to see the available options.
The same options
appear on both
menus.
Menu Item
Description
Rename
Activates the key name so that you can rename the key. Rename is disabled if the key is
locked or disabled; see Key Types (page 4-11).
Cut
Cuts a selected key.
Copy
Copies a selected key.
Paste
Disabled; keys can be pasted only as children of a section.
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Menu Item
Description
Paste as Child
Pastes the key just cut or copied in the selected section. Keys are not multi-level; all keys
paste at the same level within a section.
You can cut, copy and paste keys within an EXM file or across EXM files.
Delete
Deletes a selected key.
You cannot undo a delete; you might want to consider disabling rather than deleting.
Enable
Enables keys that were disabled. When a key is enabled, the client application can read
and apply its value. When you enable a key, make sure to specify a value for that key; do
not leave it blank.
To enable a key, its parent section must be enabled.
Disables keys.
Disabled keys have key values in black. Enabled keys have key values in blue.
Disable
The terminal does not read disabled keys and disabled keys are removed if the file is
simplified. See Simplify Document on page 4-4.
Because many key values are 1 for enable and 0 for disable, remember that disabling a key
means that the terminal behaves as if the key is not there when reading the file, NOT that
the key’s value is set to disabled. The terminal simply moves on to read the next enabled
key.
Insert New Key
This menu item inserts a new key above the selected key.
Note: You can also press the Insert key (INS).
Modifying Key Names
To modify key names, double-click on the key name or select Rename on the Edit menu. Type in the new name and
press ENTER or TAB.
Note: You cannot modify the description if the key is locked, see Key Types (page 4-11). Only text that appears in blue
can be modified.
Modifying Key Values
You can modify a key value only if its text appears in blue. In that case, double-click on the value or select the key and
press ENTER. Type in the new value and press ENTER or TAB to save.
Modifying Key Descriptions
Descriptions are not required to process key values but do help document the EXM file and often contain valuable
information. To modify a key’s description, click on the key, then click in the key description area. When the cursor is
active, you can type in the text.
Note: You cannot modify the description if the key is locked; see Key Types (page 4-11).
Moving Keys
To move keys within an EXM file, use the drag and drop method. Press and hold the CTRL key to drag and drop a copy
of the key to the new location.
Note: You cannot move a key if it is locked by its section.
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To move keys between EXM files, open two instances of EZConfig Editor and drag and drop keys between them.
When you select the key and drag, a copy of the key is dragged to the new file. In the new file, drop the key in the key
area of a selected section; keys are always dropped at the same level within a section.
Key Types
When a key is selected, its properties display in the Status bar.
Lock Type
Status Bar
Indicator
Description
Effect
Keys are locked by the section.
• Name and Description cannot be
modified.
• Keys cannot be added, moved, or
deleted within the section.
The key name is locked
individually.
• Name and Description cannot be
modified.
• These keys can be moved.
Read-only keys cannot be
modified in any way. They
appear in red.
• Name, Description, and Value cannot
be modified.
• Keys cannot be added, moved, or
deleted within the section.
Key’s value appears as asterisks
(*) for added security.
Note: Encrypted keys are also stored
encrypted in the EXM file. If you
open the EXM file in a text editor,
you won't see the data as clear
text.
Name Lock
Read Only
Encrypted
Note: Locked and Read Only properties are not recursive. Properties are applied to each individual key. Only text that
appears in blue can be modified.
Saving to the Device
You can save EXM files directly to the terminal when there is an ActiveSync connection between the terminal and the workstation. Select File > Save to the Device As and the Save Remote File window opens.
Select the location on the terminal where you want to store the file and click OK. The file is downloaded directly to the terminal via ActiveSync.
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Creating New Configuration Documents
To create new EXM files that are configuration documents, you can open an existing EXM file and save it with a new name or
create an EXM file from scratch.
1. Click File > New > Configuration Document. The root node is created and appears as the top level section. All sections
must be at least one level down from the root node. The name of the root node is always the same as the filename.
The terminal reads
root node first.
The Description
says “Root” to
indicate that this is
the root section.
Note: You can also create registry documents in the EXM file format. For details, see Registry Documents on page 4-13.
2. To create the first subsection, select the root node, right-click, and select Append Child Section.
Insert Section is disabled because you cannot insert sections at the same level as the root node.
3. Enter a Name and a Description and click OK.
The name is required, the description is optional.
4. To add a new section at the same level, right-click and select Insert Section.
To add a new section one level down, right-click and select Append Child Section.
5. To add keys, select a section, right-click in the key value section, and select Append Key.
6. Enter the Name, Value, and Description and click OK.
The name is required, the description is optional.
7. Continue adding sections and keys.
8. If necessary, associate this EXM file with an application; see Associating Applications (page 4-12).
9. Click File > Save As to save the file.
Save is disabled so that you save the document with a name other than “NewDocument.exm.”
Associating Applications
The Properties function associates an EXM file with an application on the terminal. (To launch the associated application, tap
on Tools > Launch Associated App on the terminal.)
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While the EXM file is open, click File > Properties or the Document Properties toolbar button
Field
Description
Path
Enter the location of the EXE on the terminal.
.
Enter the command line argument you want applied when the application launches.
When an application is entered in the Path field, the following command line appears as the
argument: /exm %filename.
Enter additional command line arguments next to /exm %filename in this field.
Arguments
“%filename” means that the value immediately after the “%” is variable. Type in the location and
file name where the EXM file should be deployed on the terminal. For example,
\Honeywell\deviceconfig.exm.
Command Line Arguments
/%filename
/q
/s
/o
/e
/u
Executes the EXM file; this is the default entry.
Quiet mode
Full screen
No menu
Exit if first scan fails to deliver a valid bar code
Accept (decode) unsecure bar codes
Launches the application. Execute selects automatically when an application is entered in the Path
field.
Execute
You cannot de-select Execute for configuration documents.
You can de-select Execute for registry documents, however, the registry is not updated unless
Execute is selected. For more information, see Launch Associated Application (page 4-14).
Wait Until Finished
Waist until the associated application is finished processing before finalizing.
Registry Documents
EZConfig Editor creates registry documents in the EXM file format and also opens existing REG files and converts them to the
EXM file format. EZConfig Editor cannot save registry documents in the REG file format.
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Updating the Registry on the Terminal
To update the terminal’s registry, you must
• Create an EXM file that is a registry document – see Creating Registry Documents, below.
• Save the registry document to the terminal
• Tap on Tools > Launch Associated App to update the registry.
Launch Associated Application
While a registry document is open, click File > Properties.
Execute must remain selected for the registry to be updated. If Execute is not selected, the registry document is
deployed, but the registry is not updated.
Creating Registry Documents
1. In EZConfig Editor, click File > New > Registry Document.
The new document contains the three top-level sections in a registry. These sections are locked and cannot be
changed. You can add subsections to each section and then add keys to those subsections.
2. Click File > Save As.
3. Choose the name and location and click Save.
You cannot save the document as a .reg file; you must save it as an EXM file.
4. To add sections, select one of the registry levels, right-click, and select Append Child Section.
Enter the section information, and click OK.
For more information about adding sections, see Working with Sections on page 4-6.
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5. To add keys to the new section, select the section, and right-click in the key value area.
For details, see Adding Registry Keys on page 4-15.
6. Continue adding sections and keys.
7. Save the file.
Adding Registry Keys
To add a key, select a section, and right-click in the key area of the EZConfig Editor window.
Field
Description
Name
Enter the key’s name.
Registry Value Type
Select the registry type from the drop down list. This value appears in the Type column.
Value
Enter the key’s value.
Desc
Enter a description for the key; descriptions appear in the lower half of the EZConfig Editor
window when the key is selected.
When you click OK to save the key, the data appears in columns in the key area of the EZConfig Editor window.
Create EZConfig Bar Code
This feature is not supported by the Dolphin 6000 Scanphone.
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Autorun and AutoInstall
Overview
Startup is the launch sequence when a Dolphin terminal is booted. There are two startup Power Tools: Autorun and AutoInstall.
Autorun
Autorun specifies the software applications to launch after each hard reset. Autorun is located in the \Honeywell folder. Autorun consists of an Autorun.exe that is programmed by the Autorun.exm file (see below).
During startup, after a soft or hard reset, the operating system looks for and launches \Autorun.exe. If the Autorun.exe is configured (by Autorun.exm) to launch an application, that application launches when Autorun.exe launches. Autorun can launch up
to 32 applications or utility programs after each hard reset.
Note: The Autorun.exm file allows applications to be launched based on conditional situations, including the return code of
another application launched previously and specific characteristics of the Dolphin terminal itself.
Autorun.exm File
The Autorun.exm file has a multi-level tree structure. There are two top level sections: Settings and Programs.
Settings Section
The Settings section stores general Autorun settings. Double tap or click on any Key to get full information or to edit
the settings.
Programs Section
The Programs section contains many child sections and determines the sequence of events at startup, including which
programs launch and when.
Program Sections and Launch Sequence
Each section is a program to launch at startup. The sequence of sections determines the launch sequence on the terminal;
the terminal reads this file consecutively. To change the launch sequence, move the section up or down in the list. See
Working with Sections (page 4-6).
Enabling and Disabling Sections
If you don’t want to the application to launch at startup, you can delete the section. However, program sections contain settings you’ll want to keep when adding that same application back to startup. To keep the program section in the file for
future reference, disable the program section instead of deleting it. Disabled sections appear in gray.
When processing files, the terminal behaves as though disabled sections are not there and moves on to the next enabled
section.
Programs’ Subsections
Each Programs’ subsection contains or can contain the following keys:
Key
Function
Required Keys—These keys must be present in each Program subsection.
Program
Specifies the command line to execute. This is the location of the program’s executable. If
you want a Power Tool to launch at startup, enter the location of that tool’s EXE here.
Args
Specifies the command line arguments to execute at startup.
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Key
Function
Wait
Determines if Autorun should wait for the program to complete and close before continuing to
the next program in the sequence.
• 0=Continue to the next program immediately
• 1=Wait enabled
StartOption
Specifies the startup options for the program. Autorun launches the program only if the
startup options entered here are met.
• Blank= Always run the program.
• X=See "Start Options" on page 5-2
Optional Keys—These are keys you can add.
PNPID
Specifies a card description. This option needs to be entered only when PNPID or
NONPNPID values are specified in the StartOption key.
DependIndex
Specifies the index of a dependent program.
DependExitCode
Specifies the required result of the dependent program. If the result of the dependent
program does not equal the DependExitCode entered here, the current program will not be
executed at startup.
Editing the Autorun.exm File
Edit Autorun.exm in EZConfig Editor. For details, see Working with Open EXM Files on page 4-5.
Adding a Program Subsection
To launch at startup, a new program must be a child section of the Programs section.
1. In EZConfig Editor, right click on the Programs section and select Append Child Section.
2. On the Add New Section window, enter the Name and Description and click OK.
3. The new section is added to the bottom of the list.
4. Use the click and drag method to move the section to the desired launch sequence.
Press and hold the ALT key to make sure that you move the section at the same level. Do not append the section to an
existing section!
5. Right-click in the key area and select Append Key. You must add all the required Autorun keys; see Programs’
Subsections on page 5-1.
6. Save the file and transport it to the terminal.
Copying a File
If you want to copy a file and move it to another location, use AutoInstall and the /copy command line argument. For
details, see Command Line Arguments on page 5-4.
Start Options
Start Options define the required system parameters for a software application to launch. The following values can be
entered for the StartOption key, wherever it appears:
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Option Name
The program launches if …
Category
DISABLED
Never, regardless of other startup options specified.
None
Option Name
The program launches if …
COLDBOOT
The terminal has performed a factory reset.
WARMBOOT
The terminal has performed a reboot.
TOUCH
The terminal has a touch screen display installed.
NONTOUCH
The terminal doesn’t have a touch screen display installed.
BATCH
The terminal is a batch unit (no RF or internal modem cards installed).
RF
The terminal has an RF card installed (e.g., Cisco 802.11b).
GSM
The terminal has a GSM radio.
BT
The terminal has a Bluetooth radio.
MODEM
The terminal has an internal modem card installed.
IMAGER
The terminal has an imager installed.
LASER
The terminal has a laser scanner installed.
BLIND
The terminal has no laser or imager installed.
ANYSCAN
The terminal has either an imager or a laser scanner installed.
RFON
The RF radio is Enabled.
GSMON
The GSM radio is enabled.
BTON
The Bluetooth radio is enabled.
RFGSMBTOFF
The RF, GSM, & Bluetooth radios are disabled.
29KEY
The terminal has a 29-key keyboard.
35KEY
The terminal has a 35-key keyboard.
38KEY
The terminal has a 38-key keyboard.
43KEY
The terminal has a 43-key keyboard.
56KEY
The terminal has a 56-key keyboard.
NO_KEY
The terminal has a 56-key keyboard.
99XX
A Dolphin terminal beginning with 99.
Category
Boot type
Touch Screen
Mobility
Scanner
Radio
Keyboard
Model
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Option Name
The program launches if …
PNPID
The terminal has a card installed whose identification contains ALL of the
strings specified in the PNPID setting.
NONPNPID
The terminal doesn’t have a card installed whose identification contains
ALL of the strings specified in the PNPID setting.
Category
Expansion Card
Multiple options can be specified for each category. For example, you can specify both 35KEY and 43KEY options to
request that the program run in either a 35- or 43-key keyboard terminal. Seperate multiple options with commas.
To ignore a category, don’t specify any of its options.
Applying Startup Options to the Autorun Configuration File
For each category, Autorun validates each startup option specified in the StartOption key. If no specified option is valid in a
category, Autorun does not execute the program. If at least one of the specified options is valid in each category evaluated,
the program is executed.
To always execute a program, specify no options in the StartOption key.
AutoInstall
AutoInstall consists of an AutoInstall.exe that, when launched, installs the cab files in the AutoInstall folder. The AutoInstall
folder is where you store cab files for software applications if you want them to persist through hard resets. AutoInstall is located
in the \Honeywell folder.
The AutoInstall program runs according to the settings in the AutoInstall.exm file.
Program Install Locations
When triggered by a reset, the CAB file installs the applications to the directories established in the CAB file. For most
applications, this means that an EXE for the software application is placed in the \Program Files folder.
AutoInstall.exm
The AutoInstall.exm file controls the behavior and appearance of the AutoInstall window and install process. Double tap or
click on any Key to get full information or to edit the settings.
Note: The Autorun.exm file determines the programs and install sequence, not AutoInstall.exm.
Command Line Arguments
/copy
Add /copy to the Autorun.exm file to automatically move a file from one location to another.
Usage: autoinstall /copy <sourcefilename> <destination>
Example: autoinstall /copy "/windows/data.mdf" "/storage card/data.mdf"
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DeviceConfig
Overview
DeviceConfig configures the Dolphin terminal. DeviceConfig consists of the DeviceConfig.exe and the DeviceConfig.exm file.
DeviceConfig.exe looks for and applies the settings in the DeviceConfig.exm file.
DeviceConfig.exm File
The DeviceConfig.exm file contains terminal configuration settings. This file’s configuration settings persist through reboots and
should be considered system defaults.
Enabling DeviceConfig Functionality
By default, all sections except the About Section (see page 6-5) are disabled, which means that the key values are not
applied to the terminal. To use the DeviceConfig.exm file to configure the terminal, enable the sections and keys required
by your configuration.
Autorun
Autorun (see page 5-1) launches DeviceConfig.exe, which applies the DeviceConfig.exm settings, then launches a reboot.
The DeviceConfig.exm file must be associated with DeviceConfig.exe. The associated application path must be
\Honeywell\deviceconfig.exe
For more information, see Associating Applications, page 4-12.
Settings in the WLAN Supplicant
Many settings in the DeviceConfig.exm file match the settings in the WLAN Supplicant on the terminal that allow the user to
enter and save the same values. If you change a setting in the WLAN Supplicant, that setting is applied. During the next
reboot, Autorun launches DeviceConfig, which then re-applies the settings in the DeviceConfig.exm file.
DeviceConfig.exm Sections and Keys
The sections and keys in the DeviceConfig.exm file are locked, which means that you can change values but not names or
descriptions.
Section Name
Description
See Page
Connections
Configures communication parameters. There are child sections that
configure the on-board radios and the ActiveSync connection.
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System
Configures basic system settings.
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Applications
Configures software applications.
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Connections Section
The Connections section contains child sections that set communication parameters on the terminal.
ActiveSync Section
The ActiveSync Section configures the terminal’s ActiveSync connection parameters. Double tap or click on any Key
to get full information or to edit the settings.
Note: The Connection values must be typed exactly as they appear in the Description field, e.g., ‘115200@Desktop.
Radio Manager Section
In the Radio Manager, typically, you would enable the radio in the WiFi section, enable DHCP in the TCPIP section,
then configure the radio settings in the Security\Supplicant\Profile section.
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Bluetooth Section
The keys in this section enable the Bluetooth radio and configure a Bluetooth printer as a Favorite. Double tap or
click on any Key to get full information or to edit the settings. If there is no Bluetooth radio installed in the terminal,
disable this section.
Bluetooth Default Printer Values
In general, to establish a printer as a Bluetooth Favorite Device, you must establish the printer as a Bluetooth
Favorite on the terminal. The Default Printer section stores these settings permanently in the DeviceConfig.exm
file so the printer remains a Favorite.
Furthermore, you can distribute a DeviceConfig.exm file with the printer settings to multiple terminals. After DeviceConfig.exe applies the settings in the DeviceConfig.exm file (launched manually or after a reboot), the printer is
set up as a Favorite automatically, without any special configuration to each terminal.
After you have established a printer as a Bluetooth Favorite Device on an individual terminal, obtain the value for
the Address key from the registry in RegEdit.
Obtaining the MAC Address
After you have set up the Bluetooth printer on the terminal, use RegEdit to find the printer values.
1. Tap Start > Power Tools > RegEdit
.
2. Navigate to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE > Software> Microsoft > Bluetooth > Device > [MAC Address].
3. Copy the name of the subsection; this is the MAC address of the printer.
4. Enter this address in the Address key in the Bluetooth > DefaultPrinter section of the DeviceConfig.exm
file.
WiFi Section
The keys in the WiFi section control the settings of the WLAN radio. Double tap or click on any Key to get full information or to edit the settings.
TCPIP Section
The keys in the TCPIP section determine how the radio handles IP addresses. Double tap or click on any Key to
get full information or to edit the settings.
Security Section
The Security section has no keys and one child section named “Supplicant,” which contains several profile subsections.
Supplicant Section
The Supplicant section consists of a number of child sections. The default child section is named Profile1 and
contains all the keys necessary to create a configuration profile for the WLAN radio.
To create multiple radio configurations, copy the Profile1 section and paste it at the root level of the Supplicant section. Then, rename that profile and configure the keys according the desired network configuration.
Each child section name is arbitrary, but each name must be different.
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The Supplicant section contains one key named ActiveProfile. Type in the Value equal to name of one of the
desired profile child sections.
When DeviceConfig is activated on the terminal, the terminal will apply the settings in the profile specified in
the ActiveProfile key. If the ActiveProfile key does not have a matching profile, the radio will be enabled by
DeviceConfig but no specific radio configuration will be activated, which means that the radio will not connect
to your network.
Profile Subsections
Each Profile subsection contains the keys that configure the radio connection from the terminal to the network.
Key
Description
Available Values
The service set identifier used to connect to
network; usually the network name of the access
point or peer station.
X=Your network’s SSID
Any=Connect to any network
The general association mode (sometimes called
“authentication”) of the radio.
• None (no authentication or
encryption)
• WEP
• IEEE 802.1X
• WPA-Personal (PSK)
• WPA-Enterprise (EAP)
• WPA(2)-Personal (PSK)
• WPA(2)-Enterprise (EAP)
The encryption mode available for the
association mode.
Open & Shared (WEP)
TKIP, AES-CCMP, TKIP &
CCMP (WPA)
Available EAP methods for IEEE 802.1X and
WPA(2)-Enterprise (EAP) association modes.
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Enter the private share key for the WEP
association mode.
User-defined
Name
SSID
Assoc. Mode
Encryption
EAP Method
PSK
LEAP
PEAPv0-MSCHAPV2
PEAPv1-MSCHAPV2
PEAPv1-GTC
PEAPv1-TLS
FAST-MSCHAPV2
FAST-GTC
FAST-TLS
TLS
TTLS-MD5
TTLS-MSCHAPV2
TTLS-GTC
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Key
Description
Available Values
This is the 802.1X identity supplied to the
authenticator. The identity value can be up to 63
ASCII characters and is case-sensitive.
User-defined
Identity
User-defined
Password
This is the password used for MD5-Challenge or
EAP authentication. It may contain up to 63
ASCII characters and is case-sensitive. Asterisks
appear instead of characters for enhanced
security.
User-defined
Anonymous ID
Enter the anonymous ID. This ID creates a tunnel
through which the real ID (as entered in the
Identity field) can pass.
For additional security, make this ID different than
the one entered in the Identity field.
Tunnel PAC
Machine PAC
For EAP-FAST, a one-time provisioning
exchange establishes a shared secret, called a
Protected Access Credential (PAC) Key. That
PAC Key is used for all subsequent
authentications.
Enter the address on the
Dolphin terminal of either PAC
(tunnel or machine).
Note: The PACs must be
located on the Dolphin
terminal!
Provisioning
Provisioning refers to service activation and
involves programming various network
databases with the customer's information.
•
•
•
•
CA and/or Client
Certificate
CA certificates are any certificates created by a
certified authority (CA).
Client certificates contain information that
identifies the user, as well as information about
the organization that issued the certificate. This
ensures that you can encrypt data end-to-end.
Enter the address on the
Dolphin terminal of either
certificate (CA or Client).
Private keys are used with certain types of EAP
authentication.
Enter the address on the
Dolphin terminal of the private
key.
The private key must be located
on the Dolphin terminal!
Private keys can be locked by passwords.
Enter the password that unlocks
the private key.
Mode being used by the WEP keys (in Key1–
Key4 keys).
ASCII uses all alpha numeric
characters.
HEX uses only numerics and AF.
Private Key
Priv Key
Password
WEP Key Mode
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Key validation occurs when DeviceConfig is
loaded on the terminal (often during AutoInstall),
not when you save the DeviceConfig.exm file.
No Provisioning
Anonymous
Authenticated
Anonymous + Authenticated
The certificates must be located
on the Dolphin terminal!
Valid lengths are as follows:
• 64-bit ASCII=5
• 128-bit ASCII=13
• 64-bit HEX=10
• 128-bit HEX=26
Key
Description
Available Values
User-defined
WEP Key1–Key4
In fields Key 1—Key 4, enter the specific key.
The format of each key must match the key
length type selected in the WEP Key Mode key.
To use dynamic keys in your configuration, leave
all the key fields blank.
Active Key
Enter the number of the key that you want to be
active in this configuration.
1, 2, 3, or 4
GSM Section
If there is no GSM radio installed in the terminal, disable this section. Double tap or click on any Key to get full information or to edit the settings.
System Section
The System section contains child sections that configure various system settings. Double tap or click on any Key to get full
information or to edit the settings.
About Section
The About section sets a unique device name and description for the terminal. By default, this section is enabled and
applied to the terminal after each reboot.
DeviceName Restrictions
• The DeviceName must begin with a letter.
• The DeviceName cannot exceed 15 characters in length.
• Any text outside brackets (“[xxxx]”) will appear as text in the Device name field.
The following appears in the Device name field:
[SERIALNUMBER]
The terminal’s serial number pulled dynamically from the kernel.
This is the serial number that appears in SysInfo (see page 11-1).
[MODELNUMBER]
The terminal’s model number pulled dynamically from the kernel.
This is the serial number that appears in SysInfo (see page 11-1).
Power Management Section
The Power Management section contains child sections that configure various backlight and battery settings. Double
tap or click on any Key to get full information or to edit the settings.
Applications Section
The Applications section configures specific software applications installed on the terminal. Double tap or click on any Key
to get full information or to edit the settings.
Internet Explorer Section
The Internet Explorer section defines the home page for Pocket® Internet Explorer.
MobiConrol Section
If the terminal includes the MobiControl Bootstrap Agent (MCBootstrapAgent.exe), then DeviceConfig can be used to
configure the terminal to connect to a MobiControl Server and download the appropriate agent to the device.
This section is disabled by default and should only be enabled when configuring the device to connect to the MobiControl Server for the first time.
The root level of the MobiControl section contains the main ConfigPath.
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Command Line Arguments
/q
Quits the program; this command line in the Args field of the Associated Application window stops the confirmation
message from appearing after DeviceConfig.exe finishes processing.
Launching DeviceConfig.exe Manually
DeviceConfig.exe launches automatically after each reboot. However, if you make changes to the DeviceConfig.exm file that
you want applied in the terminal immediately, manually launch DeviceConfig.exe.
1. Tap Start > Power Tools > EZConfig Utilities > DeviceConfig.exm.
2. Tap Tools > Launch Associated App.
3. The settings in the DeviceConfig.exm file are saved and applied to the terminal configuration by DeviceConfig.exe.
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7
Network Utilities
Accessing Network Utilities
Tap Start > Power Tools > Network Utilities. The Network Utilities window opens.
Network Utilities Main Window
Description
Page
Route
Determines how packets are routed to subnets.
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IP Config
Displays, releases, and renews IP parameters for
on-board network adapters.
7-3
Ping
Sends out an echo request to a specific computer
on the network.
7-3
Route
Route is a kernel utility that allows the user to view and edit the rules that govern how packets destined for various subnets are
routed. These rules tell the device which gateways on a given interface's subnet may be used to route packets to hosts on other
subnets.
Route contains three tab windows: Input, Output, and About. Enter and execute a command on the Input tab and review the
results on the Output tab.
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On the Network Menu window, tap the Route icon once . The Route screen opens to the Input tab.
Print
This selection prints network routing tables to the Output tab.
On the Input tab, tap PRINT and tap Execute. The Output tab appears displaying the network routing table.
Add
This selection adds a route.
1. On the Input tab, tap ADD.
2. Specify the range of IP addresses to which this rule will apply using the Destination and Netmask fields. For example,
the settings below specify an address range from 300.300.0.1 to 300.300.255.254.
3. Enter the Gateway.
4. Enter the Metric (not required).
5. Enter the Interface (not required).
6. Tap Execute. The system verifies your results and the Output tab lets you know if your entry was added successfully.
Delete
You can delete active routes.
7. On the Input tab, tap DELETE.
8. Enter the IP address in the Destination field.
9. Tap Execute. The system processes the request and displays how many routes were deleted.
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Clear
Executing this command clears routing tables of all gateway entries.
On the Input tab, tap CLEAR and tap Execute. The system processes your request and the number of entries deleted
appears on the Output tab.
IP Config
IPConfig is a kernel utility that displays, releases, and renews IP parameters for on-board network adapters. IP Config contains
three tab windows: Input, Output, and About. The following fields appear on the Input tab:
Field
Description
Adapter
This drop-down list contains the network adapters currently installed in the Dolphin terminal.
Every field and button on this screen pertains to the adapter selected in this drop-down list.
MAC Addr
Displays the MAC (Media Access Control) address of the selected Adapter. This is the serial
number burned into the adapter that uniquely identifies it.
IP Addr
Displays the IP address.
Subnet Mask
Displays the adapter’s subnet mask. The subnet mask determines the subnet upon which the
adapter resides.
Gateway
Displays the adapter’s gateway information.
Release the IP address
Click this button to release the IP address.
Renew the IP address
Click this button to renew the IP address.
Display full
configuration
Click this button to retrieve and review the full configuration of the terminal’s IP setup. For more
information, see below.
Displaying the Terminal’s IP Configuration
On the Input tab, tap the Display full configuration button. The Dolphin terminal retrieves and displays the IP configuration for the entire terminal.
Ping
Ping provides a GUI-based version of the traditional command line ping utility. Pinging sends out an echo request to a specific
computer on the network. Use Ping to verify communication links or to make sure a specific IP address is working.
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Ping contains three tab windows: Input, Output, and About. Enter and send packet information to a specified remote host on
the Input tab, and see the result on the Output tab. The following fields appear on the Input tab:
Note: You do not need to complete all the fields on the Ping window to successfully execute. Just enter the Destination IP
address.
Field
Description
Destination
Enter the IP address. This field is required.
Timeout (milliseconds)
Enter the timeout time in millisecond intervals; 1000 is the default.
Send buffer size
Indicate the buffer size for sending; 32 is the default.
Send count
Indicate the count for sending; 4 is the default. Check Infinite to make the send count infinite.
TTL
Short for Time To Live, this is the maximum amount of time a packet is allowed to travel
through the network before it is discarded.
TOS
Enter the Type of Service (TOS); it should be eight bits broken into five subfields.
Rec route for count hops
Enter the number of hops to record in the IP header; 1–9.
This field traces the route of the packets for each hop.The hop count is the number of network
devices between the starting node and the destination node that an IP packet hits while
traveling over a network. The number of hops is recorded in the IP header.
Timestamp route
Enter the number of timestamps to record for each hop; 1–4
The timestamp is the packet’s arrival time at each hop.
Don’t fragment
Check this box if you don’t want the packet to fragment during routing.
DNS address required
Check this if you want the domain name server to be part of the route path.
Execute
Click Execute to send the ping. The Output tab displays the response.
Reading the Output Tab
After you enter the IP information on the Input tab and click Execute, the Output tab appears and begins displaying the ping
results.
You can click the Stop button at any time to stop the ping. Any errors encountered display on the screen.
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8
Registry Power Tools
Overview
The registry is the configuration database in all 32-bit versions of Windows that contains settings for the hardware and software,
consisting of the SYSTEM.DAT and USER.DAT files. Many settings previously stored in the WIN.ini and SYSTEM.ini files in 16bit Windows (Windows 3.x) are in the registry.
The RegEdit Power Tool enables you to edit the registry through an easy-to-use application window. You can also import and
export specific registry keys.
Editing the Registry
1. On the Power Tools Main Window (see page 1-1), tap the RegEdit icon once . RegEdit opens to a split-pane window with a
collapsible menu in the top half.
This is the top level of the registry; it cannot be edited, copied, pasted, or renamed.
2. Click the + sign to expand the menu options.
3. RegEdit offers the following registry categories:
• HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT
• HKEY_CURRENT_USER
• HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE
4. Expand the appropriate menu by clicking on the + sign.
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5. Drill-down to the appropriate registry entry. When you click on registry entry in the top half of the screen, the data appears in
the lower half of the screen.
The two columns in the bottom half of the window show the Value Name and the Value Data of the selected entry.
6. Double tap Value Name. The Edit Value window pops up.
7. In the Value Data field, type the new value.
8. Tap OK. The new data appears in the list.
9. After all your edits are complete, Reboot (see page 10-1) the terminal to save your changes to the registry.
Menus
The menus on the RegEdit window offer the following editing options:
File Menu
The File menu allows you to create registry entries as well as import and export registry settings.
Menu Item
Description
New
Creates a new Key, String, or DWORD Value.
Import
Imports a registry file; see Importing Registry Files on page 8-3.
Export
Exports the current registry; see RegBackup.exm on page 8-3.
Exit
Closes RegEdit.
Edit Menu
The Edit menu allows you to edit existing registry entries.
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Menu Item
Description
Copy
Copies a selected item.
Paste
Pastes a copied item within RegEdit.
Rename
Renames a registry entry.
Enter the new name and press the ENTER or OK key.
Menu Item
Description
Delete
Deletes a selected registry entry.
Find
Searches for registry entries within a selected section. (Select an item in the top half of the window
before tapping Edit > Find.)
Enter the search criteria and tap OK. RegEdit notifies you if the selected section contains data
matching the entered criteria.
Find Next
Launches another search for the criteria entered in Find.
View Menu
These menu items shift focus between the Keys Panel and the Values Panel.
Importing Registry Files
The file must be loaded on the terminal and have a REG extension.
1. Tap File > Import. By default, the import function searches for REG files and displays the search results in the lower half of
the window.
2. Tap once on the REG file and it loads automatically.
Exporting Specific Registry Settings
You can export specific registry settings. In RegEdit, navigate to the section you would like to export and select it.
Tap File > Export and select the parameters of the REG file that would contain these settings.
If you want these REG setting to load during AutoInstall, select AutoInstall in the Folder drop-down list and Honeywell in the
Location drop-down list.
RegBackup.exm
The RegBackup.exm file is located in the \Honeywell folder and determines the content of the _RegBackup.reg file.
The RegBackup.exm file does NOT contain registry settings! Only REG files contain registry settings.
Sections
_TEMPLATE_ Section
The _TEMPLATE_ section is a template of the basic registry sections. This section is not used when creating the
_RegBackup.reg file. Use these subsections as a basis for modifications and additions to the file.
Backup Section
This default section should never be removed as it contains default excludes specified by Honeywell. It can, however
be added to. Do NOT change the Mode (page 8-4)!
Modifying
Modifying the RegBackup.exm file allows you to include or exclude registry key sections and values during an export. Multiple subsections can be created. All should be copied from the Template section which should not be modified.
8-3
To specify keys and values in the RegBackup.exm file, re-create the registry keys as sections and subsections in the tree
structure just as they appear in the registry. The same rules that apply to copying directories apply here in that if you re-create a key from the registry, all the key’s values and subkey’s values will be copied unless there are values in the top-level
key.
These registry values will be
included in the
_RegBackup.reg file.
Only the key or value name is needed in the EXM file and not the associated value data. The EXM file is a structure used to
define the backup file and not the actual registry data.
Mode and Kernel Check
In each Subsection root in the tree, there should be two key-value pairs: Mode and KernelCheck.
If these keys are not present, the defaults will be applied:
Mode = Exclude
KernelCheck = Enabled
Mode
The Mode key specifies export behavior of the values in the section.
1=Include
Only the values that follow will be included.
0=Exclude Everything but the values that follow will be included.
KernelCheck
KernelCheck forces kernel version and service pack validation when a previously exported REG file is imported on a
Dolphin terminal. This means that if you attempt to load a _RegBackup.reg file (during AutoInstall, for example), RegBackup.exm verifies that the REG file matches the kernel installed on the terminal. If yes, then the REG file loads. If
not, you’ll receive a warning message and the REG file will not load.
0=Disabled No kernel validation occurs on importing. In general (especially for radio settings), KernelCheck should
be enabled. if the registry does not match the kernel, the terminal will not function properly.
1=Enabled Kernel validation occurs on importing.
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Command Line Arguments
Argument
Description
/export <filename>
Export registry to <filename>.
The <filename> part is optional. If no filename is entered, the file will default to
\Honeywell\AutoInstall\_RegBackup.reg.
/import <filename>
Import <filename> to registry.
The <filename> part is optional. If no filename is entered, the file will default to
\Honeywell\AutoInstall\_RegBackup.reg.
/exm <filename>
Specify the non-default backup EXM file <filename>. Filenames with spaces must be
wrapped in quotes. If omitted, the filename defaults to \Honeywell\RegBackup.exm.
This argument is only valid when used with /export.
/section <SectionName>
Specify the non-default section in the EXM file for exclude or include export, depending on
the mode setting in that section. If omitted, this defaults to the Backup section of whatever
EXM file is specified.
This argument is only valid when used with /export.
/key <key>
Specify the top level of the registry key structure to export.
This argument is not valid when using /export or /import.
/silent
Displays no dialogs.
Registry Edit Options in EZConfig
You can also use EZConfig Editor to create registry documents on the workstation, create a bar code, then use EZConfig Client
to decode the bar code and update the registry on the terminal. See EZConfig Editor on the PC (Workstation) (page 4-1) and
EZConfig Editor on the Dolphin Terminal (page 3-1).
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8-6
9
ScanWedge and ScanManWedge
Overview
ScanWedge and ScanManWedge send bar code data from the decoder to the foreground application as keystrokes (as if the
data were entered via the keyboard). The foreground application is the open software application whose window is currently
active on the display. You can review input data in Windows Mobile applications such as Pocket Word, Pocket Excel, and Inbox
without having to load third-party applications.
ScanWedge
ScanWedge decodes and sends 1D bar code data to the application.
ScanManWedge
ScanManWedge decodes and sends both 1D and 2D bar code data to the application. ScanManWedge must be licensed in
order to function. Contact Customer Support (page 14-1) for further information about licensing.
Tap the ScanWedge or ScanManWedge icon once . ScanWedge or ScanManWedge initializes and enables.
Enabling ScanWedge or ScanManWedge at Startup
To run ScanWedge or ScanManWedge automatically when the Dolphin terminal boots up,
Add a link to the ScanWedge.exe or ScanManWedge.exe in the \WINDOWS\STARTUP folder
OR
Enable the ScanWedge or ScanManWedge section of the Autorun.exm File (see page 5-1).
Disabling ScanWedge or ScanManWedge
Navigate to the Power Tools Main Window (see page 1-1) and tap the ScanWedge or ScanManWedge icon again.
OR
Select Exit on the Enabling ScanWedge or ScanManWedge at Startup (page 9-1).
Modifying the ScanWedge or ScanManWedge Configuration File
A ScanWedge.exm or ScanManWedge.exm file is inserted when ScanWedge or ScanManWedge is installed. This file specifies
configuration parameters for ScanWedge or ScanManWedge and must not be moved.
Use EZConfig Editor on the workstation to modify ScanWedge.exm or ScanManWedge.exm. For more information, see
Working with Open EXM Files on page 4-5.
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ScanWedge.exm or ScanManWedge.exm Sections
Section
Description
Settings
Programs general settings for ScanWedge or ScanManWedge.
Comm
Specifies how the serial (RS-232) port interfaces with ScanWedge or ScanManWedge.
Decode
Specifies how the decoder/scanner interfaces with ScanWedge or ScanManWedge.
Formatting
Defines data formatting functionality.
Symbologies
Defines the symbologies that the scanner can decode and send to ScanWedge or ScanManWedge.
VK Mapping
Defines the virtual key sent to ScanWedge or ScanManWedge for any decoded ASCII character.
Double tap or click on any Key to get full information or to edit the settings in the ScanWedge.exm or ScanManWedge.exm file.
Data Formatting Reference Charts
ASCII Conversion Chart (Code Page 1252)
Note: This table applies to U.S. style keyboards. Certain characters may differ depending on your Country Code/PC
regional settings.
Non-Printable Characters
DEC HEX Character (Code)
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0
1
0
1
2
3
4
2
3
4
5
DEC HEX Character (Code)
16
17
10
11
DATA LINK ESCAPE (DLE)
DEVICE CONTROL 1 (DC1)
18
19
20
12
13
14
DEVICE CONTROL 2 (DC2)
DEVICE CONTROL 3 (DC3)
DEVICE CONTROL 4 (DC4)
5
NULL
START OF HEADING
(SOH)
START OF TEXT (STX)
END OF TEXT (ETX)
END OF TRANSMISSION
(EOT)
END OF QUERY (ENQ)
21
15
6
7
6
7
ACKNOWLEDGE (ACK)
BEEP (BEL)
22
23
16
17
8
9
10
11
12
8
9
A
B
C
BACKSPACE (BS)
HORIZONTAL TAB (HT)
LINE FEED (LF)
VERTICAL TAB (VT)
FF (FORM FEED)
24
25
26
27
28
18
19
1A
1B
1C
13
D
CR (CARRIAGE RETURN) 29
1D
14
E
SO (SHIFT OUT)
30
1E
15
F
SI (SHIFT IN)
31
1F
NEGATIVE ACKNOWLEDGEMENT (NAK)
SYNCHRONIZE (SYN)
END OF TRANSMISSION
BLOCK (ETB)
CANCEL (CAN)
END OF MEDIUM (EM)
SUBSTITUTE (SUB)
ESCAPE (ESC)
FILE SEPARATOR (FS)
RIGHT ARROW
GROUP SEPARATOR (GS)
LEFT ARROW
RECORD SEPARATOR (RS)
UP ARROW
UNIT SEPARATOR (US)
DOWN ARROW
Printable Characters
DEC
HEX
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
2A
2B
2C
2D
2E
2F
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
3A
3B
3C
3D
3E
3F
Character
<SPACE>
!
"
#
$
%
&
'
(
)
*
+
,
.
/
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
:
;
<
=
>
?
DEC
HEX
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
4A
4B
4C
4D
4E
4F
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
5A
5B
5C
5D
5E
5F
Character
@
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
M
N
O
P
Q
R
S
T
U
V
W
X
Y
Z
[
\
]
^
_
DEC
HEX
Character
96
97
98
99
100
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
119
120
121
122
123
124
125
126
127
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
6A
6B
6C
6D
6E
6F
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
7A
7B
7C
7D
7E
7F
`
a
b
c
d
e
f
g
h
i
j
k
l
m
n
o
p
q
r
s
t
u
v
w
x
y
z
{
|
}
~
<DEL>
Extended ASCII Characters
DEC HEX
128
129
130
131
132
133
134
135
136
137
138
139
140
141
142
143
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
8A
8B
8C
8D
8E
8F
Character
€
€
‚
ƒ
„
…
†
‡
ˆ
‰
Š
‹
Œ
Ž
DEC HEX
171
172
173
174
175
176
177
178
179
180
181
182
183
184
185
186
AB
AC
AD
AE
AF
B0
B1
B2
B3
B4
B5
B6
B7
B8
B9
BA
Character
«
¬
®
¯
°
±
²
³
´
µ
¶
·
¸
¹
º
DEC HEX
214
215
216
217
218
219
220
221
222
223
224
225
226
227
228
229
D6
D7
D8
D9
DA
DB
DC
DD
DE
DF
E0
E1
E2
E3
E4
E5
Character
Ö
×
Ø
Ù
Ú
Û
Ü
Ý
Þ
ß
à
á
â
ã
ä
å
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Extended ASCII Characters (Continued)
DEC HEX
144
145
146
147
148
149
150
151
152
153
154
155
156
157
158
159
160
161
162
163
164
165
166
167
168
169
170
9-4
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
9A
9B
9C
9D
9E
9F
A0
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
A9
AA
Character
‘
’
“
”
•
–
—
˜
™
š
›
œ
ž
Ÿ
¡
¢
£
¤
¥
¦
§
¨
©
ª
DEC HEX
187
188
189
190
191
192
193
194
195
196
197
198
199
200
201
202
203
204
205
206
207
208
209
210
211
212
213
BB
BC
BD
BE
BF
C0
C1
C2
C3
C4
C5
C6
C7
C8
C9
CA
CB
CC
CD
CE
CF
D0
D1
D2
D3
D4
D5
Character
»
¼
½
¾
¿
À
Á
Â
Ã
Ä
Å
Æ
Ç
È
É
Ê
Ë
Ì
Í
Î
Ï
Ð
Ñ
Ò
Ó
Ô
Õ
DEC HEX
230
231
232
233
234
235
236
237
238
239
240
241
242
243
244
245
246
247
248
249
250
251
252
253
254
255
E6
E7
E8
E9
EA
EB
EC
ED
EE
EF
F0
F1
F2
F3
F4
F5
F6
F7
F8
F9
FA
FB
FC
FD
FE
FF
Character
æ
ç
è
é
ê
ë
ì
í
î
ï
ð
ñ
ò
ó
ô
õ
ö
÷
ø
ù
ú
û
ü
ý
þ
ÿ
Symbology Chart
Symbology
Code ID (hex)
All Symbologies
(0x99)
Australian Post
A
(0x41)
Aztec Code
z
(0x7A)
British Post
B
(0x42)
Canadian Post
C
(0x43)
China Post
Q
(0x51)
Chinese Sensible Code (Han Xin Code)
H
(0x48)
Codabar
a
(0x61)
Codablock A
V
(0x56)
Codablock F
q
(0x71)
Code 11
h
(0x68)
Code 128
j
(0x6A)
I
(0x49)
Code 32 Pharmaceutical (PARAF)
<
(0x3C)
Code 39 (supports Full ASCII mode)
b
(0x62)
GS1-128
Code 49
l
(0x6C)
Code 93 and 93i
i
(0x69)
Data Matrix
w
(0x77)
EAN-13 (including Bookland EAN)
d
(0x64)
EAN-13 with Add-On
d
(0x64)
EAN-13 with Extended Coupon Code
d
(0x64)
D
(0x44)
D
(0x44)
GS1 Composite
y
(0x79)
GS1 DataBar
y
(0x79)
GS1 DataBar Limited
{
(0x7B)
GS1 DataBar Omnidirectional
y
(0x79)
GS1 DataBar Expanded
}
(0x7D)
EAN-8
EAN-8 with Add-On
InfoMail
,
(0x2c)
Intelligent Mail Bar Code
M
(0x4D)
Interleaved 2 of 5
e
(0x65)
Japanese Post
J
(0x4A)
KIX (Netherlands) Post
K
(0x4B)
Korea Post
?
(0x3F)
Matrix 2 of 5
m
(0x6D)
MaxiCode
x
(0x7 8)
MicroPDF417
R
(0x52)
MSI
g
(0x67)
NEC 2 of 5
Y
(0x59)
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Symbology
Code ID (hex)
OCR MICR (E 13 B)
O
(0x4F)
OCR SEMI Font
O
(0x4F)
OCR-A
O
(0x4F)
OCR-B
O
(0x4F)
PDF417
r
(0x72)
Planet Code
L
(0x4C)
Postal-4i
N
(0x4E)
Postnet
P
(0x50)
QR Code and Micro QR Code
s
(0x73)
Straight 2 of 5 IATA
f
(0x66)
Straight 2 of 5 Industrial
f
(0x66)
TCIF Linked Code 39 (TLC39)
T
(0x54)
Telepen
t
(0x54)
UPC-A
c
(0x63)
UPC-A with Add-On
c
(0x63)
UPC-A with Extended Coupon Code
c
(0x63)
E
(0x45)
UPC-E with Add-On
E
(0x45)
UPC-E1
E
(0x45)
UPC-E
Symbologies Section
The Symbologies section specifies the settings for each of the symbologies supported by the decoder. 1D symbologies are
available in ScanWedge.exm, and both 1D and 2D symbologies are available in ScanManWedge.exm. Double tap on the
symbology name to display the default value, and the settings for that symbology.
The settings are in the form:
Symbology Name=Enable(1 or 0), Parm1, Parm2, Parm3, Parm4, Parm5, Parm6, Parm7, Parm8
Where
• Enable specifies that the symbology is enabled or disabled.
• Parms1–8 specify the settings for the symbology.
To see For more information regarding the individual settings for each of the symbologies, refer to the Honeywell Decode
API documentation in the SDK documentation.
OCR
For comprehensive information about using OCR, refer to the OCR Programming User’s Guide available on our website at
www.honeywellaidc.com.
VK (Virtual Key) Mapping Section
The virtual key map settings are located in the VKMapping section in the ScanWedge or ScanManWedge configuration file.
The virtual key map settings define the virtual key that will be sent to ScanWedge or ScanManWedge for any decoded
ASCII character.
The settings are in the form: ASCII Key = Virtual Key, ShiftMode
Where
• ASCII Key is an ASCII value between 0 an 255 (decimal)
• Virtual Key is the virtual key to be sent when the specified ASCII key is decoded
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• ShiftMode can have the following values:
• 0=the virtual key is never shifted
• 1=the virtual key must be shifted
• 2=the virtual key needs to be shifted if Caps Lock is off
• 3=the virtual key needs to be shifted if Caps Lock is on
Virtual Key Codes Table
The following table shows the symbolic constant names, hexadecimal values, and keyboard equivalents for the virtual-key
codes used by Windows Mobile 6. The codes are listed in numeric order.
Note: To use these codes in the VKMapping section, the hexadecimal values need to be converted to decimals.
Symbolic Constant Name
Decimal Value
Hexadecimal
Value
Touch Screen or Keyboard Equivalent
VK_LBUTTON
1
01
Touch screen
VK_CANCEL
3
03
Control-break processing
——
5-7
05-07
Undefined
VK_BACK
8
08
BACKSPACE key
VK_TAB
9
09
TAB key
——
10-11
0A-0B
Undefined
VK_CLEAR
12
0C
CLEAR key
VK_RETURN
13
0D
ENTER key
——
14-15
0E-0F
Undefined
VK_SHIFT
16
10
SHIFT key
VK_CONTROL
17
11
CTRL key
VK_MENU
18
12
ALT key
VK_CAPITAL
20
14
CAPS LOCK key
——
21-25
15-19
Reserved for Kanji systems
——
26
1A
Undefined
VK_CLEAR
12
0C
CLEAR key
VK_RETURN
13
0D
ENTER key
——
14-15
0E-0F
Undefined
VK_SHIFT
16
10
SHIFT key
VK_CONTROL
17
11
CTRL key
VK_MENU
18
12
ALT key
VK_CAPITAL
20
14
CAPS LOCK key
——
21-25
15-19
Reserved for Kanji systems
——
26
1A
Undefined
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Symbolic Constant Name
Decimal Value
Hexadecimal
Value
Touch Screen or Keyboard Equivalent
VK_ESCAPE
27
1B
ESC key
——
28-31
1C-1F
Reserved for Kanji systems
VK_SPACE
32
20
SPACEBAR key
VK_PRIOR
33
21
PAGE UP key
VK_NEXT
34
22
PAGE DOWN key
VK_END
35
23
END key
VK_HOME
36
24
HOME key
VK_LEFT
37
25
LEFT ARROW key
VK_UP
38
26
UP ARROW key
VK_RIGHT
39
27
RIGHT ARROW key
VK_DOWN
40
28
DOWN ARROW key
VK_SELECT
41
29
SELECT key
——
42
2A
Original equipment manufacturer
(OEM)– specific
VK_EXECUTE
43
2B
EXECUTE key
VK_SNAPSHOT
44
2C
PRINT SCREEN key for Windows 3.0 and later
VK_HELP
47
2F
HELP key
VK_0
48
30
0 key
VK_1
49
31
1 key
VK_2
50
32
2 key
VK_3
51
33
3 key
VK_4
52
34
4 key
VK_5
53
35
5 key
VK_6
54
36
6 key
VK_7
55
37
7 key
VK_8
56
38
8 key
VK_9
57
39
9 key
——
58-64
3A-40
Undefined
VK_A
65
41
A key
VK_B
66
42
B key
VK_C
67
43
C key
Symbolic Constant Name
Decimal Value
Hexadecimal
Value
Touch Screen or Keyboard Equivalent
VK_D
68
44
D key
VK_E
69
45
E key
VK_F
70
46
F key
VK_G
71
47
G key
VK_H
72
48
H key
VK_I
73
49
I key
VK_J
74
4A
J key
VK_K
75
4B
K key
VK_L
76
4C
L key
VK_M
77
4D
M key
VK_N
78
4E
N key
VK_O
79
4F
O key
VK_P
80
50
P key
VK_Q
81
51
Q key
VK_R
82
52
R key
VK_S
83
53
S key
VK_T
84
54
T key
VK_U
85
55
U key
VK_V
86
56
V key
VK_W
87
57
W key
VK_X
88
58
X key
VK_Y
89
59
Y key
VK_Z
90
5A
Z key
——
91-95
5B-5F
Undefined
VK_NUMPAD0
96
60
Numeric keypad 0 key
VK_NUMPAD1
97
61
Numeric keypad 1 key
VK_NUMPAD2
98
62
Numeric keypad 2 key
VK_NUMPAD3
99
63
Numeric keypad 3 key
VK_NUMPAD4
100
64
Numeric keypad 4 key
VK_NUMPAD5
101
65
Numeric keypad 5 key
VK_NUMPAD6
102
66
Numeric keypad 6 key
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Symbolic Constant Name
Decimal Value
Hexadecimal
Value
Touch Screen or Keyboard Equivalent
VK_NUMPAD7
103
67
Numeric keypad 7 key
VK_NUMPAD8
104
68
Numeric keypad 8 key
VK_NUMPAD9
105
69
Numeric keypad 9 key
VK_MULTIPLY
106
6A
Asterisk (*) key
VK_ADD
107
6B
Plus sign (+) key
VK_SEPARATOR
108
6C
Separator key
VK_SUBTRACT
109
6D
Minus sign (–) key
VK_DECIMAL
110
6E
Period (.) key
VK_DIVIDE
111
6F
Slash mark (/) key
——
88
88-8F
Unassigned
——
146-185
92-B9
Unassigned
——
186-192
BA-C0
OEM-specific
——
193-218
C1-DA
Unassigned
——
219-228
DB-E4
OEM-specific
——
229
E5
Unassigned
——
230
E6
OEM-specific
——
231-232
E7-E8
Unassigned
——
233-245
E9-F5
OEM-specific
VK_ATTN
246
F6
VK_CRSEL
247
F7
VK_EXSEL
248
F8
VK_EREOF
249
F9
VK_PLAY
250
FA
VK_ZOOM
251
FB
VK_NONAME
252
FC
VK_PA1
253
FD
VK_EM_CLEAR
254
FE
VK_LWIN
91
5B
VK_RWIN
92
5C
VK_APPS
93
5D
VK_LSHIFT
160
A0
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Symbolic Constant Name
Decimal Value
Hexadecimal
Value
VK_RSHIFT
161
A1
VK_LCONTROL
162
A2
VK_RCONTROL
163
A3
VK_LMENU
164
A4
VK_RMENU
165
A5
Touch Screen or Keyboard Equivalent
Command Line Arguments
/restart Forces ScanWedge or ScanManWedge to process its configuration file (ScanWedge.exm or ScanManWedge.exm) again, which applies changes immediately. If the SoundConnect setting is enabled (set to 1), an
ascending connect sound is played on restart.
/quit
Shuts down ScanWedge or ScanManWedge.
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Reboot
Reboot
You can reboot your system by holding down the power button for 5 seconds, or you can reboot it by tapping the Reboot icon.
You would perform a reboot when:
• the terminal fails to respond.
• after installing software applications that require a re-boot.
• after making changes to certain system settings, such as network cards.
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SysInfo
SysInfo
SysInfo provides a read-out of important system information including firmware versions, DLL versions, system parameters, as
well as network and radio information.
To See System Information
Tap the SysInfo icon once. SysInfo queries the system, compiles the data, and displays a read-only file on the SysInfo screen.
This information is gathered from the Dolphin terminal and changes only when the terminal’s configuration has changed. To
refresh the system information, go to File > Refresh. The system re-compiles system information.
To Save the System Information to a Text File
Tap File > Save to File. A file named “SYSINFO.txt” is generated and saved to the folder specified in the prompt.
To open the file, tap Start > File Explorer. Navigate to the Honeywell folder. The SYSINFO.txt file appears in the list. If you
tap on the SYSINFO.txt file, the file opens in Pocket Word. You cannot change system information by editing the text.
To Upload SYSINFO.txt to a Workstation
You can upload the SYSINFO.txt file to a workstation via ActiveSync.
1. On the workstation, open Windows Explorer.
2. Navigate to the Mobile Device folder.
3. Double click My Windows Mobile-Based Device and navigate to the Honeywell folder. The SYSINFO.txt file appears here.
4. Copy this file to your workstation.
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EZMenu
Overview
EZMenu is an additional tool that is not located under Power Tools. EZMenu formats application windows to display and launch
software programs on the terminal. For example, the Power Tools Main Window (see page 1-1) is managed by EZMenu.
EZMenu consists of:
• Menu configuration files (i.e., EXM files that end in “*Menu.exm”). They contain the settings for application windows.
• The EZMenu.exe in the \Program Files\Power Tools folder. This applies the exm file settings in the terminal.
EZMenu.exe is launched during AutoInstall by default.
Menu.exm Files
EXM files have an
EZMenu.exe
icon.
Executables have an
icon.
Running Easy Menu
EZMenu runs when you access an application window that has a menu configuration file. EZMenu.exe calls that menu configuration file to format the window.
Menu Configuration Files
Sample Menu Configuration Files
Samples of these default menu configuration files are downloaded when EZConfig Editor is installed on your workstation.
These samples are located in: C:\Program Files\Honeywell\Power Tools and Demos for <product
name>\EZConfig EXM Files.
Modifying Menu Configuration Files
Menu configuration files can be modified in EZConfig Editor on the workstation or the terminal, If modified on the workstation, the *Menu.exm file must be deployed to the terminal.
For details about modifying EXM files in EZConfig Editor:
• See EZConfig Editor on the PC (Workstation) on page 4-1.
• See EZConfig Editor on the Dolphin Terminal on page 3-1.
Creating Menu Configuration Files
1. On the workstation, navigate to the following folder: C:\Program Files\Honeywell\Power Tools and Demos
for <product name>\EZConfig EXM Files.
2. Open a sample menu configuration file in EZConfig Editor.
3. Click on File > Save As and save the file with a new name ending in “Menu.exm.”
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4. Modify the file. (Refer to Menu Configuration File Sections, below.)
5. Save or transfer the file to the terminal.
Menu Configuration File Sections
Menu configuration files contain two basic sections: Settings and MenuEntries. Both sections are locked, which means
only their Values can be changed, not their section names.
Settings Section
The Settings section defines general EZMenu settings. Click on each Key in EZConfig Editor to display the available values.
MenuEntries Subsections
The MenuEntries section determines which programs appear on the application window.
The MenuEntries section is locked, which means that you cannot change its name or description. However, its child sections are not locked and can have any name and description.
Each child section is a program that launches from the application window and must be at the same level underneath the
MenuEntries section. The order of child sections from top to bottom determines the order that the programs appear on the
application window.
Child Section Keys
The keys in the child sections are locked, which means only their Values can be changed. Double tap or click on the
MenuEntries folder to get full information about the settings in the child sections.
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Exit Icon
Default EZMenu configuration files contain a section named Exit as a child section of the MenuEntries section.
Enabling the Exit section places this icon
on the application window, which allows users to exit. If you want users
to be able to exit the application window, make sure the Exit section is a child of the MenuEntries section. If you want users
to be unable to exit the application window, disable or delete the Exit section.
Start Options
Start Options define the required system parameters for a software application to launch. The following values can be
entered for the StartOption key, wherever it appears:
Option Name
The program launches if …
Category
DISABLED
Never, regardless of other startup options specified.
None
COLDBOOT
The terminal has performed a factory reset.
WARMBOOT
The terminal has performed a reboot.
TOUCH
The terminal has a touch screen display installed.
NONTOUCH
The terminal doesn’t have a touch screen display installed.
BATCH
The terminal is a batch unit (no RF or internal modem cards installed).
RF
The terminal has an RF card installed (e.g., Cisco 802.11b).
GSM
The terminal has a GSM radio.
BT
The terminal has a Bluetooth radio.
MODEM
The terminal has an internal modem card installed.
IMAGER
The terminal has an imager installed.
LASER
The terminal has a laser scanner installed.
BLIND
The terminal has no laser or imager installed.
ANYSCAN
The terminal has either an imager or a laser scanner installed.
RFON
The RF radio is Enabled.
GSMON
The GSM radio is enabled.
BTON
The Bluetooth radio is enabled.
RFGSMBTOFF
The RF, GSM, & Bluetooth radios are disabled.
Boot type
Touch Screen
Mobility
Scanner
Radio
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Option Name
The program launches if …
29KEY
The terminal has a 29-key keyboard.
35KEY
The terminal has a 35-key keyboard.
38KEY
The terminal has a 38-key keyboard.
43KEY
The terminal has a 43-key keyboard.
56KEY
The terminal has a 56-key keyboard.
NO_KEY
The terminal has a 56-key keyboard.
7300
It’s a Dolphin 7300 terminal.
7400
It’s a Dolphin 7400 terminal.
7450
It’s a Dolphin 7450 terminal.
74XX
It’s any Dolphin terminal beginning with “74”.
7600
It’s a Dolphin 7600 terminal.
76XX
It’s any Dolphin terminal beginning with “76”.
7850
It’s a Dolphin 7850 terminal.
78XX
It’s any Dolphin terminal beginning with “78”.
7900
It’s a Dolphin 7900 terminal.
79XX
It’s any Dolphin terminal beginning with “79”.
9500
It’s a Dolphin 9500 terminal.
9501
It’s a Dolphin 9501 terminal.
9550
It’s a Dolphin 9550 terminal.
9551
It’s a Dolphin 9551 terminal.
95XX
It’s any Dolphin terminal beginning with “95”.
9700
It’s a Dolphin 9700 terminal.
9900
It’s a Dolphin 9900 terminal.
99XX
It’s any Dolphin terminal beginning with “99”.
Category
Keyboard
Model
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Option Name
The program launches if …
PNPID
The terminal has a card installed whose identification contains ALL of the
strings specified in the PNPID setting.
NONPNPID
The terminal doesn’t have a card installed whose identification contains ALL of
the strings specified in the PNPID setting.
Category
Expansion Card
Multiple options can be specified for each category. For example, you can specify both 35KEY and 43KEY options to
request that the program run in either a 35- or 43-key keyboard terminal. Seperate multiple options with commas.
To ignore a category, don’t specify any of its options.
Booting the Terminal to the Application Window
You can program the terminal to boot to the application window by modifying the Autorun.exm File (see page 5-1).
1. In EZConfig Editor, open Autorun.exm.
2. Open the Programs section and enable the EasyMenu section.
3. In the EasyMenu section, modify the Args key to call the EXM file of the application window. This is the path to the menu
configuration file; i.e., “/***menu.exm.”
By default, the Args key calls /demosmenu.exm.
4. Warm boot the terminal and verify that startup finishes on the application window.
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Printing
Overview
Dolphin terminals contain two print utilities, BTPrint and Print Demo.
BTPrint
BTPrint allows you to print to a Bluetooth printer wirelessly via the command line, provided that the Bluetooth printer is set
up as a Bluetooth Favorite on the Dolphin terminal.
Call BTPrint.exe from the command line \Program Files\Power Tools\BTPrint.exe – with the path of the document as the command line argument.
Print Demo
All Dolphin terminals contain a Print Demo (Start > Demos > Print Demo) that prints a sample receipt or bar code to a
Bluetooth printer. The Print Demo calls the BTPrint.exe when printing to a Bluetooth device.
Note: You can also call either EXE to print to a Bluetooth printer via command line.
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Customer Support
Technical Assistance
If you need assistance installing or troubleshooting your device, please contact us by using one of the methods below:
Knowledge Base: www.hsmknowledgebase.com
Our Knowledge Base provides thousands of immediate solutions. If the Knowledge Base cannot help, our Technical Support
Portal (see below) provides an easy way to report your problem or ask your question.
Technical Support Portal: www.hsmsupportportal.com
The Technical Support Portal not only allows you to report your problem, but it also provides immediate solutions to your
technical issues by searching our Knowledge Base. With the Portal, you can submit and track your questions online and send
and receive attachments.
Web form: www.hsmcontactsupport.com
You can contact our technical support team directly by filling out our online support form. Enter your contact details and the
description of the question/problem.
Telephone: www.honeywellaidc.com/locations
For our latest contact information, please check our website at the link above.
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