When you use Visual C++ and the development kit, only a few steps are required to create a minimal conduit. We assume that you’ve installed the 4.02 CDK in its default location: the C:\CDK402 folder. Let’s walk through the steps:
Create a new project of type Palm Conduit Wizard (dll) (see Figure 14-4).
Specify that you want Conduit entry points only (no sync logic), as shown in Figure 14-5.
Specify that you want a Sync action configuration dialog box (see Figure 14-6).
Verify the filenames that the Wizard will create (see Figure 14-7).
As we said before, this is a conduit that does very little—it considers itself successful if it writes a message to the log file. It’s great, however, at distilling the process you use for creating the outer shell of a conduit. First, let’s show you the code. Then we’ll look at what ...