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Updating a Table on a remote server using a Dataset, cant get it working

Posted on 2006-07-19
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This is the code iam trying to get to copy all data from one table and insert it in a remote server.

The data is filled into the dData dataSet just fine.. and the MessageBox pops up to .. however no data is written..

                SqlConnection sCnxn = new SqlConnection("server=195.69.130.88\\SQLEXPRESS,1434;database=tasklist;uid=sa;pwd=x7xvlwv1;");
                sCnxn.Open();
                DataSet dData = new DataSet();
                SqlCeDataAdapter aDBs=new SqlCeDataAdapter("Select * from phoneLog", cnxn);
                aDBs.Fill(dData);
                SqlDataAdapter bDBs = new SqlDataAdapter("select * from phoneLog",sCnxn);
                bDBs.Update(dData);
                MessageBox.Show("Sync completed");

Can someone tell me what iam doing wrong ?
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1. I don't see you creating 'cnxn' object.
2. Write the UpdateCommands and then call update as shown in the link
http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/default.asp?url=/library/en-us/cpguide/html/cpconupdatingdatabasewithdataadapterdataset.asp

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