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  • Blog Post: Announcing Sync Framework 4.0 CTP

    Back in Mix 10 we showed an application built with the intention of extending the Sync Framework to Silverlight platform. This enabled rich apps built on Silverlight for desktop and Windows Phone 7 to participate in a sync topology. At that point we only showed an application built on our early thinking...
  • Blog Post: Announcing the availability of the MIX10 Session Planner (Beta)

    Sorry for the radio silence the past couple of months. We have been working on our the next version of Microsoft Sync Framework and as part of that we decided to do a little preview of our work at MIX10. For starters we have made the MIX10 Session Planner (Beta) public that provides an offline cache...
  • Blog Post: Software Engineer In Test Opportunities Available In The Microsoft Sync Framework team

    If you are interested in the data synchronization space then we have opportunties available on the Microsoft Sync Framework team. Refer https://careers.microsoft.com/JobDetails.aspx?ss=&pg=0&so=&rw=1&jid=11145&jlang=EN . You can apply directly on Microsoft career site or use the contact...
  • Blog Post: SQL Azure Data Sync – Moving Schema from Compact Database to SQL Azure

    Update 12/11 : Fixing a typo in the code as pointed by the commenter. With yesterdays announcement of the Microsoft Sync Framework Power Pack for SQL Azure, we have had questions on how to move sync schema from SQL Compact database up to SQL Azure. The power pack only comes with tools to automate...
  • Blog Post: Announcing Microsoft Sync Framework Power Pack For SQL Azure CTP

    PDC 2009 starts today and Ray Ozzie and Bob Muglia kicked off todays keynote presentation. It gives me great pleasure to announce the public availability of the MSF power pack for SQL Azure. Its a CTP and we are really excited to see people download this and provide feedback around the direction we are...
  • Blog Post: MSF V2 DeepDive – Batching Directory and Batch Files

    This is a continuation from the previous post I did explaining the new memory based batching feature for Database providers in MSF V2. Please refer to that post at MSF V2 CTP2 Deep Dive – Memory Based Batching . This is probably a good time to mention that the final version of MSF V2 has been released...
  • Blog Post: PDC 2009 and Sync related sessions

    PDC 2009 is next week and I wanted to have a quick post on some of the sessions about Microsoft Sync Framework. Using the Microsoft Sync Framework to Connect Apps to the Cloud http://microsoftpdc.com/Sessions/SVC23 - Come hear how the Microsoft Sync Framework can be used to bridge on-premises...
  • Blog Post: MSF V2 CTP2 Deep Dive – Memory Based Batching

    Its been quite a while since I posted about MSF v2 CTP2. As promised in my earlier posts I will be doing a series of deep-dive of the new SyncServices features added in MSF V2 CTP2. Today I am starting off with the Batching feature. One of the most common feedback we received with the peer providers...
  • Blog Post: SyncServicesADO.NET Survery

    We are looking for some SyncServices for ADO.NET users (both Hub spoke and peer to peer toplogy) to take a survey and answer questions on how they handle custom conflict resolution and business logic processing. Please head over to http://blogs.msdn.com/sync/archive/2009/04/07/custom-conflict-resolution...
  • Blog Post: New Microsoft Sync Framework case study data available.

    We recently updated our official MSF blog with three new Customer Spotlight case study data detailing how customers are using Microsoft Sync Framework to develop new synchronization scenarios. Here are the links to the posts. Flip Client: http://blogs.msdn.com/sync/archive/2009/02/10/customer-spotlight...
  • Blog Post: DbSyncProvider: Improving memory performance involving execissive conflicts.

    This is the second post aimed at providing tips for improving runtime memory footprint when using the P2P DbSyncProvier class in V2 of SyncServices for ADO.NET. First post link: DbSyncProvider- Improving Memory Performance In WCF Based Synchronization We have had customers report memory usage surging...
  • Blog Post: Getting Windows Live Toolbar Favorities sync to work

    Recently a commenter posted that they were unable to get Favorities sync to work (or show as an valid option on the toolbar). Found a recent post by a Microsoft dev who debugged the issue. Read more at http://blogs.msdn.com/john_pollard/archive/2008/12/22/fixing-an-issue-with-windows-live-toolbar-and...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Sync Framework and Windows Live Favorites Sync

    Windows Live team just released the beta for Windows Live Essentials . I wanted to quickly point out the new Windows Live Favorites Sync feature that is part of the Live Toolbar. It now uses Microsoft Sync Framework (File Sync providers to be specific) to synchronize your favorites folder. This is the...
  • Blog Post: PDC 08 Summary - Project "Huron" and MSF V2 CTP

    PDC 08 was last week and I wanted to summarize the PDC sync specific announcements. Hope every one had a chance to catch up on the all the impressive videos. First, Windows 7 looks impressive and I cant wait to dogfood the Beta build. As I posted earlier , we had 3 Microsoft Sync Framework related presentations...
  • Blog Post: No Re-release of Microsoft Sync Framework V1

    Last week, Mary Jo Foley reported that we re-released Microsoft Sync Framework V1 with updated bits. Since I hadn't seen any internal emails on this I pinged my PM to get more details. Yesterday Liam posted an entry in our Sync blog explaining the "bump" in the published date. Summary : We did not update...
  • Blog Post: PD 2008 – Sync Framework Sessions

    We have 3 sessions planned for PDC. Details of the sessions : Microsoft Sync Framework Advances Presenter: Lev Novik This session shows you how the next version of the Microsoft Sync Framework makes it easier to synchronize distributed copies of data across desktops, devices, services, or anywhere else...
  • Blog Post: DbSyncProvider: Improving Memory Performance In WCF Based Synchronization

    Users have frequently wanted the ability to remotely synchronize relational nodes in a peer to peer fashion using SyncServices for ADO.NET. We have a sample demonstrating remote synchronization by using Windows Communication Foundation (WCF). I wanted to use this post to provide an easy way to optimize...
  • Blog Post: Announcing the release of Microsoft Sync Framework V1 and Sync Services for ADO.Net V2

    Microsoft just released SQL Server 2008 and with that we have also released the golden versions of Microsoft Sync Framework V1 and Sync Services for ADO.Net V2. With this release Sync services now is built on top of the Sync Framework and supports peer to peer synchronization in addition to hub-spoke...
  • Blog Post: Getting started with DbSyncProvider (Peer to Peer Synchronization)

    [ Note : Source for this sample can be downloaded from http://www.maheshwar.net/projects/Sync/DbSyncProviderSample.zip . Just ensure that you modify the connectionstrings in properties\settings file to point to the correct database. This sample is based off the RC0 build recently released .] This...
  • Blog Post: Announcing availability of a new Sync sample - SQL Express Client Synchronization using Sync Services for ADO.NET

    We have released a new sample on our Sync code gallery site that demonstrates use of Sql Express database for offline caching and synchronization purposes. Sync Services for ADO.Net (a.k.a Occasionaly Connected Systems OCS) lets users take a database offline and enabled synchronization with the server...
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