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This code sample is named FileDRM. It demonstrates how to use the FDRM API Reference, which allow applications to use Digital Rights Management (DRM) protected content. The application displays DRM protected JPEG images.
File-Based Digital Rights Management
|To run the code sample|
|To use the application|
|The basic rules for using DRM content|
To use this application, you must have a mobile device designed to work with DRM content.
FileDrmCommitRights is called only after the image has been successfully displayed. This is important for content where the number of times that the content can be used is restricted. This routine also demonstrates how to handle content that might have restrictions on how long it can be used.
The FDRM APIs also work with non-protected content.
SDK:Windows Mobile Professional SDK and Windows Mobile Standard SDK
Development Environment:Visual Studio 2005 or 2008.