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synchronizing an MS SQL Server CE database with an oracle database

Posted on 2006-07-05
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hi,

just wondering .. is there a way to sync an ms sql server ce database (residing in a pda) with a backend oracle database?

thanks & regards,
rei
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Posted a pointer question without your knowledge
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Because I am also interested to know.
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One more in Oracle TA
http:Q_21918389.html

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From Oracle you can connect to a sql server db using remote db links with heterogeneous services.

Refer to this link for set up instructions
http://www.databasejournal.com/features/oracle/article.php/10893_3442661_1
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Using an ODBC connection you can link to Oracle from SQL Server.  I believe that way you can create a linked table.  Then you can create a DTS package to do the work on the SQL side.
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