I have seen many forum posts on here in regards on how to work with multiple RFID phidgets, by simply declaring a new RFID object in the .NET code and explicitly using the .open() call with the serial ID of each phidget I want to open.
However with this application I am writing, we intend to use it at a conference for a simple & fun checkin system tied upto member profiles (all done with webservice stuff later on)
But the problem I am having is that I want to have multiple versions of this application running around the conference. Some rooms we will require a USB hub and say maybe 5 readers attached and in another we might only have 2 attached. So rather than explicitly creating multiple versions of the applications, to specifically assign the number of readers and serial IDs, I would like the application to be clever and work with any number of RFID readers that are attached.
I thought about using the Manager object to loop through the attached Phidget devices, checking to see if its a RFID reader and finding out it's serial number to open up with.
However I am a novice with .NET and I am not sure what I am trying to describe can be achieved?
I have put my project onto BitBucket and here you can find the link to the code behind for the main application logic that I am trying to do.https://bitbucket.org/warrenbuckley/rfi ... D/Form1.cs
If anyone could help me with this it would be greatly appreciated.