Converting SQL database to a sdf file

I have a SQL database and I store all the information on that. I want this database to be accessed from pocket pc's. For this reason I had to convert all my database to a *.sdf file format so that the pocket pc user may use it.
I need a code on c#.net which can provide me a sdf file from SQL database.
burakbaysalAsked:
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Dishan FernandoSoftware Engineer / DBACommented:
/// Creating the replication object
SqlCeReplication oRepl = new SqlCeReplication(
      txtInternetUrl.Text, //@"http://10.20.10.81/SSCEGateway20/sscesa20.dll"
      txtInternetUserName.Text,
      txtInternetPassword.Text,
      txtPublisher.Text, // server name
      txtPublisherDatabase.Text,
      txtPublication.Text,
      txtSubscriber.Text,
      "Provider=Microsoft.SQLSERVER.OLEDB.CE.2.0;Data Source=\My Documents\db.sdf"
      );

// Setting the HostName to the same value as the Subscriber for
// dynamic filtering on SQL Server
oRepl.HostName = txtSubscriber.Text;

/// Checking if a subscriber database already exists
if (!System.IO.File.Exists( txtSubscriberConnection.Text ) )
{
      /// Subscriber database does not exist. So creating a new
      /// subscription database
      oRepl.AddSubscription(AddOption.CreateDatabase);

}// end if

/// Performing the merge synchronization
oRepl.Synchronize();
      
MessageBox.Show("Sync Complete!");

/// Disposing the replication object
oRepl.Dispose();
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