Smart Client Data

This blog describes some of the Data features specific to Smart Clients. This includes Windows Forms, Devices and Visual Studio Tools for Office. The Smart Client Data team, AKA VB Data, is responsible for features such as the Data Sources Window, Typed

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  • Blog Post: Q&A About SQL Server Everywhere

    Steve posted some answers to many of the questions about SQL Server Everywhere... http://blogs.msdn.com/stevelasker/
  • Blog Post: SQL Server Everywhere - SQL Mobile Unleashed

    Today Paul Flessner announced that SQL Mobile will be released as SQL Server Everywhere Edition. http://www.microsoft.com/sql/letter.mspx Details are yet to be announced. But to get a feel for what the new product will do, check out this walkthrough: The little database that could. Steve
  • Blog Post: VSLive San Francisco Presentations

    At VSLive I presented two sessions. One for Occasionally Connected Smart Clients and another on Advancements in Data Access. The Occasionally Connected Smart Client session focused on what we’re working on post VS 2005. Some of which should be in Orcas, some of which will follow afterwards. Mostly...
  • Blog Post: Embedding SQL Server Express into Custom Applications

    Rob Walters, from the SQL Team, and I worked on an article for working with SQL Express in Windows Forms applications. There are a couple of quirks when it comes to Click Once that have been included in this MSDN article. http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/default.asp?url=/library/en-us/dnsse/html...
  • Blog Post: PDC05 - Windows Forms: Occasionally Connected Smart Clients

    At PDC I presented a session covering Occasionally Connected Smart Clients that can leverage SQL Server Mobile, RDA, ClickOnce running in the background. The sample contains some early thinking on where we're heading post Whidbey, in addition to what can be done today with Visual Studio 2005 (Whidbey...
  • Blog Post: The little database that could. Deploying SQL Mobile as a local / single user database across Microsoft Mobile devices

    UPDATE - April 6th 2006, Paul Flessner announced that SQL Mobile will released as SQL Server Everywhere Edition. http://www.microsoft.com/sql/letter.mspx This will be the first of a several part series of blogicles that cover some of the thinking we’re doing around the Occasionally Connected scenarios...
  • Blog Post: Tech Ed '05: Client and Middle Tier Data Caching with SQL Server 2005

    Last week Pablo Castro and I presented two topics related to caching. Pablo presented caching datasets in memory and Service Broker for use in ASP.net projects. The second half of the presentation covered how to cache data on the client. The demos I presented were geared around caching for longer periods...
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