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Take Data Offline Using Microsoft Synchronization Services for ADO.NET

, 11 Jan 2008 CPOL 263.6K 4.4K 248
Build occasionally connected applications using Microsoft Synchronization Services for ADO.NET
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OfflineAppDemo Sample Application

This application demonstrate how to build offline application using Synchrnoization Services for ADO.NET library
In this sample, two tables (orders, order_details) are at the server database and we would like to take the 
content offline and make some updates to client and server content then synchronize the changes.

What is demonstrated in this sample?
- 2-Teir sync scenario where client have direct access to server database through ADO connection object
- Setting up the server tables for bidirectional sync
- Using SqlSyncAdapterBuilder to create SyncAdapter for each table we want to sync
- Using SQLCE to cache content on the client 
- Showing sync progress

What is not demonstrated in this sample?
- N-Tier scenrio where the client connects to middle tear and does not have access to the server DB
- Handling Conflicts
- Manual creation of the SyncAdapter objects
- Creating custom schema on the server 
- Inspecting inflight DataSet (for any custom logic, auditting..etc)
 

How to install OfflineAppDemo application?

1- Fire SQL server and load demo.sql file
2- Execute the script untill the "test sample" marker

3- Load VS solution (OfflineAppDemo-Builder Project) 
4- Build the project 
5- You are ready to go


Notes
- The client db is not created until the first sync with the server there fore making any random operations will result in error message.



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Rafik Robeal
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Prior to Raveable.com, I was a development lead at Microsoft Corporation. I led the team developing the next generation social networking for Windows Mobile. Before that I played leading role in the design and development of Microsoft Sync Framework, Sync Services for ADO.NET, SQL Server Replication and Windows File Replication.

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