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Lindsay Lindstrom is an Academic Developer Evangelist with Microsoft based in Pennsylvania. In 2005, she graduated with a B.S. in Computer Science from the University of Southern California. During her time at USC, she worked with ABC and Wells Fargo supporting their web properties. In her current role she educates, excites and empowers students and faculty about technology and its career possibilities, and she loves her job!
I hope you enjoyed my overview of the Microsoft Sync Framework! Here are the informational links, if you didn't get a chance to copy them:
Microsoft Sync Framework: http://msdn.microsoft.com/syncMicrosoft Sync Framework Forum: http://forums.microsoft.com/syncMicrosoft Sync on Code Gallery (download Contacts demo): http://code.msdn.microsoft.com/syncMSF at Mix '08: http://sessions.visitmix.com (search for Sync Framework)
Questions about the Sync Framework
Q: Is it possible to do all this with Visual Studio 2008 Standard Edition?A: Yes, it's part of Visual Studio 2008.
Q: Can SQLCE and SQL Express co-exist on the same client machine?A: Yes.
Q: When does Microsoft Sync Framework RTM?A: RTM is targeted for Q3 of 2008.
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This has been a great help. It's very helpful for getting data from a SQL server, into the .SDF file. But my question, what is involved in getting the data from the .SDF file, into another data source such as a Microsoft Access file? I think you kindly once again, very helpful.