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Congrats Bala !
for now i suggest you copy the required files from 4.7.3 .. but suggest you test properly before you release to OVI.
No way installing a sis file to device will add ovinotificationinterface.h to your PC.
You can try changing the .config files but from my past experiance i suggest you convert parts of the code to dll.
there might be more then one reason.
1. You might not have install the OVInotification APIs . check your update components from "Update Qt SDK"
2. Your Application MMP file might be old you might...
How the Installing a SIS file on your device will fix the compilation Error.
Congratulations to Savaj
If your application has dependancy ( you have added CONFIG for Mobility in your application pro file) then smart installer will install it for sure.
No you have not done anything wrong ideally the "Preparing Installation" should complete faster .. but due to more then once issues your network & others it might take time or fail some times.
can you try passing parameters as commandline parameters that you can catch in int main(int argc, char *argv)
You can get the CODA from QT SDK 1.1.3 symbian / sis path i.e C:\QtSDK\Symbian\sis\Symbian^3\CODA
If you readlly want to develop using VS 2005/2008 then i suggest you compile your own Qt from source .
But you want to develop for Mobile devices then it is suggested to use Qt SDK which is one...
Might work for Desktop .net application but not Silverlite and hence not for Windows Phone 7
One more thing qDebug() will not generate any Qt Messages In RELEASE build starting Qt 4.7.4 . you have to use debug build for that.
1st this is you should not try drawing from any other place except paintEvent(QPaintEvent *event). I suggest where ever possiable use QLabel to display image.
said that did not understand what was...
Looks like device Qt is wrong .. try formatting and installing correct[latest] version of Qt for your device.
i will try re-calling what was the solution. mean time can you try create a Message in Draft folder then move to Inbox ... and see there is a sound or not.
can you change your application name with TARGET = LBS0x20040FA2 might be there is a problem of file name conflicting
If you really want it to work with Symbian.C++ then i suggest you check what panic you are getting most probably it is the Capability reason(-46)
Does not look like a UID problem.