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Synchronizing SQL Server CE with Microsoft Access

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I have a desktop application which stores its data in an mdb and PocketPC application which stores its data in SQL Server CE.  The database structures are the same.  Can anyone tell me how I can synchronize these two databases?  Can it be done?  A good source of reference would be greatly appreciated.  Thanks.
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I'd use SQL CE RDA Replication on the handheld to synchronize with a desktop SQL or MSDE database and then synchronize with a linked server to Access from the desktop database if possible. Not certain it can be done.

You could write a Web service and send datasets from the handheld to the desktop and then export and import as needed, this would be easy since databases are the same.
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nO you CaN't, You mUst use SQL SERVER and then you convert it into your mdb.
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nO you CaN't, You mUst use SQL SERVER and then you convert it into your mdb.

see this page as reference

http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/en-us/dnroad/html/road05222002.asp?frame=true
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