Posted on 2009-02-23
Last Modified: 2012-05-06

I have an application that will reside on the PC and a Pocket PC.  Basically the user will use the Pocket PC application in the field.  He will come back after a days work and dock the pocket PC.

The pocket pc application creates/uses a database utilizing sqlCEServer framework.  The PC side will be using sql 2005 express server.  I want to have the data on the pocket PC pulled to the PC.

1.  I will use openNetCF notify me when a sync is needed (PC side).
2.  I will use Microsoft Synchronization Services for ADO.NET to help me sync the data.

There does not seem to be a lot of information on how to do this.

Am I going in the correct direction?  Does anyone have any pointers, some code that shows how to do this, or knows of some good sites to guide me through this process.

I am unclear on how everything pieces together.

Do I initiate the sync from the PC or the pocketPC.

Any help would be awesome, I have been digging around on the web for a while not finding a complete solution!
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