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    how to save settings

    Looking for an example on how to save the settings.DBMS usage.

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    Re: how to save settings

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    Re: how to save settings

    Quote Originally Posted by kiran10182 View Post

    this is how my settings screen appear:
    [IMG]D:\Documents and Settings\YOGESH\Desktop\poorva-symbian\settings1.bmp[/IMG]
    [IMG]D:\Documents and Settings\YOGESH\Desktop\poorva-symbian\settings2.bmp[/IMG]

    i did create the nameddatabase.cpp and nameddatabase.h file as given in the database example but am getting an error:
    Creation Time Description Resource Path Location Type
    1267863007937 undefined identifier 'RFs::GetSystemDrive' NamedDataBase.cpp saviour/src line 16 C/C++ Problem

    for line

    User::LeaveIfError(iFsSession.CreatePrivatePath(RFs::GetSystemDrive()));


    also how do i link it corresponding to my settings screen???
    Last edited by ypathani; 2010-03-06 at 09:01.

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    Re: how to save settings

    "undefined identifier " are usually linker errors that means you might have forgot to add some required libs.

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