Microsoft's Embedded Database - SQL Server Compact - Team Blog

SQL Server Compact is a SKU of SQL Server family of products from Microsoft. This is a thin light-weight, embedded, in-proc database engine which supports synchronization to SQL Server, etc.

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  • Blog Post: Merge replication vs. Sync Services for Compact

    SQL Server Compact supports predominantly two different sync technologies. “Merge replication” and “Sync Services”. Users might be using one or the other, and interested in knowing the differences between the two technologies, from a use-case point of view. Still, there might be others interested in...
  • Blog Post: HTTP/Internet Proxy Detection - Using WINCE API

    SqlCeReplication and SqlCeRemoteDataAccess have InternetProxyServer, InternetProxyLogin, InternetProxyPassword properties which the application can set to make these sync protocols communicate via/thru the desired proxy. However, then the question comes on how to programmatically detect the HTTP...
  • Blog Post: Annoying error - 28559 - Encountered problems when opening the database

    We have been hearing lot of complaints on how to get more information for error 28559 when doing RDA or Merge Replication. If you are using managed API (SqlCeReplication OR SqlCeRemoteDataAccess), then it should be straight forward for you as you would be receiving SqlCeErrorCollection in SqlCeException...
  • Blog Post: RDA Subscriptions

    Q1. How do I know whether the RDA Pulled table is tracked or not? OR What an RDA Subscribed table means? A1. RDA Subscriptions are maintained in a system table __sysRDASubscriptions. If the table is pulled with tracking ON (that is RdaTrackOption.TrackingOn or RdaTrackOption.TrackingOnWithIndexes...
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