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  1. #1
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    WHAT IS PARTIAL UPDATES

    Hi EveryOne,

    What is the meaning of partial update in getting gps location i am reading api from sdk but it is not clear what is the meaning of partial updates?

    Code:
    Defined in TPositionUpdateOptions: 
    AcceptPartialUpdates(), SetAcceptPartialUpdates(), TPositionUpdateOptions(), TPositionUpdateOptions(), iAcceptPartialUpdates
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    Re: WHAT IS PARTIAL UPDATES

    Code:
    TPositionUpdateOptions()
    IMPORT_C TPositionUpdateOptions(TTimeIntervalMicroSeconds aInterval, TTimeIntervalMicroSeconds aTimeOut=TTimeIntervalMicroSeconds(0), TTimeIntervalMicroSeconds aMaxAge=TTimeIntervalMicroSeconds(0), TBool aAcceptPartialUpdates=EFalse);
    TTimeIntervalMicroSeconds aMaxAge=TTimeIntervalMicroSeconds(0)

    what is the meaning of aMaxAge
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    Re: WHAT IS PARTIAL UPDATES

    Read Member Function Documentation section thoroughly from this link: http://tinyurl.com/y9s4sbl
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    Re: WHAT IS PARTIAL UPDATES

    Maximum update age
    Positions which have a time stamp below this value can be reused and are returned when no other position information is available.

    Accept partial updates
    Enables location framework to send partial position information. This option is useful in situations where location information is not available but there might be information on orbiting satellites.
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    Re: WHAT IS PARTIAL UPDATES

    Why i am not getting gps after some time.suppose that i am taking gps after 30 sec and i moved to the position where gps not available after half an hour i moved to another location where gps was present but still i was not getting the gps when i restart the app again getting gps.

    Code:
    void CGpsPositionRequest::GetNotification()
    {
         iPositioner.SetUpdateOptions(
         TPositionUpdateOptions( 30000000,
                                 TTimeIntervalMicroSeconds(240000000), /* timeout */
                                 TTimeIntervalMicroSeconds(0), /* max age */
                                 EFalse));
     
    
        iPositioner.NotifyPositionUpdate(iPositionInfo, iStatus);
        SetActive();
    }
    can any body let me know where is the problem ?
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  6. #6
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    Re: WHAT IS PARTIAL UPDATES

    Any Idea Guys ?
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