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    Thread uncertainties

    Hi all,

    I have been trying to implement a camera service that can be remotely invoked and take a picture on the Nokia 3650 mobile.
    I have implemented most of the functionality and seems to work...
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    Does anyone know of a way to save an image...

    Does anyone know of a way to save an image without using the MMdaImageUtilObserver interface (basically without using callback functions) ?

    George
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    Here is what I did: //Thread func - global...

    Here is what I did:

    //Thread func - global namespace
    TInt cameraFunc(TAny * params) {
    ...
    }

    //Caller func - HomeService namespace
    int HomeService::homeLaunch() {
    ...
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    Anybody who could help a bit? Pleeeease?

    Anybody who could help a bit?
    Pleeeease?
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    Yes, I have checked the example you mention. The...

    Yes, I have checked the example you mention.
    The problem is that I am trying to perform the image saving from within a thread function. However the saving requires 3 callback functions (The 2,3,4...
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    I managed to resolve the exception but as I...

    I managed to resolve the exception but as I feared nothing happens: No image gets saved.
    It seems that the thread is not active when the saving gets done so MiuoOpenComplete() never gets called at...
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    Saving a bitmap

    Hi,

    I am trying to take a picture (using Nokia's 3650 camera) and save the image from within a thread function. I succesfully take
    the picture (or so I think) but in order to save the image there...
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    You can either Kill() the child thread when the...

    You can either Kill() the child thread when the parent finishes or signal (by changing a flag for example) the child thread to cleanup and finish.

    G
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    Thanks a lot!

    Thanks a lot!
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    Implementing a waiting Dialog

    Hi,

    I am trying to implement a waiting dialog which is displayed to the user until a request is finished.
    From what I 've seen CAknWarningNote is the way to go but I am not sure how to use this...
  11. Thread: Camera on 3650

    by vasilak
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    Camera on 3650

    Hi all,

    I have been trying to put some code in a RThread object that connects to the camera server of a Nokia 3650 and takes a picture. It seems though that a connection to the server is not...
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    Available BT ports

    Hi all,

    Does anyone know which ports are valid for binding a BT (L2CAP) socket. I have noticed that not all ports work. Furthermore, some work but not always - sometimes it takes 4 to 5 attempts...
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    Indeed maninvan, this is what I am trying to do...

    Indeed maninvan, this is what I am trying to do right now.
    I will let you know if this works.

    thnx for helping guys
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    What do you mean by "select instead of listen"? ...

    What do you mean by "select instead of listen"?

    I found out there is a way to transfer a RSocket object between two RSocketServ instances. There is a RSocket::Transfer() method that does exactly...
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    How can RSocket objects get flushed?

    Hi all,

    I use RSocket objects in a client/server application.
    RSocket:Read is used for reading while RSocket::Write is used for writing to a socket. This code used to work perfectly until I put...
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    Thanks for replying guys. Vemax: that's the...

    Thanks for replying guys.

    Vemax: that's the point of a multithreaded server: all socket operations not to be handled in the same thread!

    Jan: that's an interesting thought. But having...
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    Multithreaded server impossible?

    Hi everyone,

    While trying to develop a multithreaded server for my mobile I ran into the following seemingly impossible problem:

    There is a thread accepting incoming requests:

    ...

    RSocket...
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    Multithreaded server impossible?

    Hi everyone,

    While trying to develop a multithreaded server for my mobile I ran into the following seemingly impossible problem:

    There is a thread accepting incoming requests:

    ...

    RSocket...
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    Thanks again for answering. I got so much help...

    Thanks again for answering. I got so much help today I'll be overwhelmed for a week :-)
    I found the problem: I had previously encountered the same problem and it seems that you cannot access any GUI...
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    I managed to remove the RSocketServ object so now...

    I managed to remove the RSocketServ object so now there are no R-type objects involved.
    Now, instead of getting a KERN-EXEC 0 I get a KERN-EXEC 3 !
    I checked for NULL handles but there aren't any. ...
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    I am now trying to remove the RSocketServ object...

    I am now trying to remove the RSocketServ object and see what happens. Hope this is actually the problem.
    Is there a chance that a user-defined class (a C-type class if you prefer) which has not any...
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    First of all, thanks a lot for answering. The...

    First of all, thanks a lot for answering.

    The "struct threadparams" is now allocated on heap, but that wasn't the problem.

    ps = (struct threadparams *) malloc(sizeof(*ps));
    ps->channels =...
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    laa-laa Pleeeaase Help!

    Hi,

    You (laa-laa) seem to be an expert in Symbian matters that's why I am addressing this question to you. Anyone else who could help please do so. I cannot emphasize enough how urgent this is.
    ...
  24. Thread: Thread problem

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    Guys, if anyone can help please do so. This is...

    Guys, if anyone can help please do so.
    This is very important.
    thnx
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    And here is the code for the thread function: ...

    And here is the code for the thread function:

    int netHomeServiceThread(void * params) {
    RThread thread;
    struct threadparams * ps;

    ps = (struct threadparams *) params;

    ...
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