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  1. #1
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    .NET 2003, NDS 1.1 Compatible SDKS?

    I am looking for a .NET 2003, NDS 1.1 compatible SDK. I have tried the following:-
    U:\>devices
    Series60_v2_1:com.nokia.Series60_2_1
    S60_2nd_FP2:com.nokia.Series60
    Series60_v20:com.nokia.series60 - default
    Series60_2_0_B:com.Nokia.Series60_2_0_B
    Series60_2_0_CW:com.Nokia.Series60_2_0_CW
    S60_2nd_FP3:com.nokia.series60

    Only the FP3 sdk is recognised by NDS Enable/Disable SDK dialog. I am ideally looking for a version 2.0 SDK (for 6600) but I have tried all three variants found on the forum nokia download site (obviously the CW and Borland ones wouldn't work but I was running out of ideas :-)

    I have read the previous posts but could not see a resolution.

    Can anyone help?


    More Info:

    It seems that NDS picks up info from the following location:
    C:\Program Files\Common Files\Symbian\SDK Descriptors\Nokia

    and I only have an entry for the FP3 SDK
    Last edited by graeme.english; 2005-06-28 at 16:27.

  2. #2
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    Hi,

    Of the listed SDKs, NDS supports all except the 2.0 CW and beta versions.

    To find the supported SDKs, you are right that NDS looks for a descriptor in the directory you mentioned. The FP3 descriptor is loaded by the FR3 SDK installation, earlier SDK descriptors should be loaded when you install NDS. For some reason, on your machine the descriptors are missing, the easiest way to get them back is probably to reinstall NDS.

  3. #3
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    Yes that has worked, thanks, and installed a range of xml files to that directory. Perhaps the problem was that I had no Symbian SDK's installed when I installed NDS? In which case the NDS installation should check that. I'm guessing the others who have posted on this topic with similar problems have gone about the installation in the same way.

    Graeme

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    Thank you for the analysis, very helpful.

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