Yes, I had the same problem, when I tried to compile SMS example program using SDK 2.0, too many missing header files. I had to search for these files in other SDK and changed them a little...like smutset.h, smuthdr.h, etc. Than it compiled all right, but when in the linking stage, it failed with unresolved symbols (ServiceCenterAddress, SetServiceCenterAddressL). I am still trying to figure out what happens. It looks like the library file smcm.lib does not contain those symbols anymore. Anyone have any ideas ???
I had a meeting with some high ranking Nokia guys from Tampere a few weeks ago, as part of the company I am currently working for. I put across many of the common complaints that we all seem to be having with support and the SDKs.
The guys who came over, i'll refrain from naming them, agree that there are issues that they need to solve. However these things take time as Nokia is a big company and these things always do
It seems that they are trying and realise the effect and advantage this will give to MS when they get their act together, but will they do it intime