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  • Blog Post: Sync Designer in VS2008 SP1

    I am sure you already know that SP1 Beta for Visual Studio 2008 is available to download . There are plenty of enhancements that I am sure the VS folks are covering all over the net with different blogs. As a sync guy, I am on the lookout for everything new in sync and SP1 has made a lot of improvement...
  • Blog Post: Metadata is the Hart and Sole of Peer Sync

    Occasionally, I receive questions about using SQL Change Tracking with PeerSyncProvider. People who examine SQL Change Tracking in preview version of SQL Server 2008 have become fans rather quickly and see the value of using it. Using change tracking with ServerSyncProvider scenarios is a piece of cake...
  • Blog Post: New Release: Windows Mobile Line of Business Solution Accelerator 2008

    Rob Tiffany, the mobile accelerator guy , just announced the new release of Windows Mobile Line of Business Solution Accelerator 2008 . It a collection of windows mobile centric samples that showcase different new technologies and help developers greatly accelerate building their applications, thus the...
  • Blog Post: SQL Server Change Tracking vs min_active_rowversion()

    In a bit old post I wrote about min_active_rowversion() as the best way to get the new anchor showing you that @@DBTS has its flaws and thus should be avoided. Min_active_rowversion() was introduced in SP2 for SQL Server 2005. If you have code that still uses @@DBTS, you are running the risk of missing...
  • Blog Post: Katmai is Slowly Becoming the Best Platform for Building Offline Applications

    Katmai is the code name of the next release of SQL Server slated for next year. Last week, CTP3 was released to public, more info here . The new features included in CTP3 are eye popping especially if you are in the sync space. You might think that Sync Services was the driver for many of these features...
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