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The CETCHA program implements a drawing board that can be shared
by two networked computers. After installing MSMQ on your Windows
CE device, you can use the CETCHA sample program to verify that the
MSMQ is working properly:
Install the server-side sample program, DETCHA.EXE, on a
computer that is connected to your Windows CE device and that is
running Windows NT 4.0 or Windows 2000, with MSMQ installed.
- or -
Install the CETCHA program on another Windows CE device that is
known to have MSMQ installed and configured correctly.
Start the DETCHA (or CETCHA) program on the first device.
OKin response to the first dialog box. When the main window
Start the CETCHA program on the Windows CE computer that you
want to test. Choose
OKin response to the first dialog box. When the drawing
surface appears, choose
Queue, and then enter the name of the server (use the name
only, without the UNC prefix "\\").
Begin drawing in the drawing area on your test machine. If your
MSMQ installation is correct, the image will appear on the drawing
area of the server machine and be reflected back to the Windows CE
machine being tested.