EoMobile 2008 - eoMobileCF
eoMobile 2008 is the latest version of the mobile pre-sell, off-truck, warehouse, and delivery application. Rewritten from the ground up in C# and based on the .NET Compact Framework, this application now incorporates the previously separate eoSync and eoSurvey applications. eoMobile 2008 supports handhelds running in 480x640, 240x400, and 240x320 resolutions, with a touchscreen. eoMobile is not supported on devices that do not have touchscreen capabilities.
For information on troubleshooting the handheld devices, see Basic Handheld and Tablet Troubleshooting.
Rutherford recommends associating each physical handheld with a unique handheld number. Multiple handhelds with the same handheld number are no longer supported. Any version of eoMobileCF prior to the November 7th, 2008 will not work properly with eoStar 2009.
For a list of compatible hardware, see Compatibility.
For information on the changes for the mobile software for 2009, see EoMobileCF 2009.
In order for employees to edit customer information, the "May Update Liquor License Info Via Mobile Platforms" checkbox on the Plugins Panel must be checked.
Handheld Screen Walkthrough
A chart of all screens, hyperlinks, and buttons for eoMobile 2008 (Salespeople and Drivers) is available for download here.
A chart of all screens, hyperlinks, and buttons for eoWarehouse 2008 (Warehouse) is available for download here.
A walkthrough using screenshots of the pre-sell functionality is available for download here.
An additional walkthrough using screenshots and brief explanations is available for download here. See it now.
A walkthrough using screenshots of the delivery and off-truck functionality is available for download here.
An additional walkthrough using screenshots and brief explanations is available for download here.
A walkthough using screenshots and explanations is available for download here.
On October 7th, 2009, changes were made to the webservice. This means that web services from the 7th or later will not support mobile devices prior to January 2009. Any earlier devices attempting to sync will receive an error message. This is due to the fact that earlier versions of the mobile devices used H1 and H2.