Chapter 4: Web Synchronization


As I mentioned in a previous post, my latest book is underway.  For those of you who visited my booth at MEDC 2007 in Las Vegas or Tech Ed 2007 in Orlando and wondered how I built my 4-tier merge replication architecture, your questions are about to be answered as I promised.  The good news is I won’t make you wait to buy the whole book from Amazon, Borders, or Barnes and Noble.  As I complete each chapter, I’m making a downloadable PDF available via the Windows Live SkyDrive service to jumpstart your efforts and to receive your feedback.


The book is called “Windows Mobile Data Synchronization with SQL Server 2005 and SQL Server Compact 3.1” and it’s being published by Hood Canal Press.  Click on Chapter4.pdf below to download Chapter 4 on installing and configuring Web Synchronization on your IIS server.


Rob

Comments (6)

  1. Lutz says:

    Looks like the link is not working…

  2. Lutz says:

    Hmmm, a second try a bit later worked fine….

  3. Rob has been furiously writing up a storm. He has been working hard on his book even during his recent

  4. Rob has been furiously writing up a storm. He has been working hard on his book even during his recent

  5. Rob has been furiously writing up a storm. He has been working hard on his book even during his recent

  6. ErikEJ says:

    It’s nice to see you involve the community in your book, I have read chapter 4, and have the following comments:

    Page 7: Why install samples and doc on IIS server – always minimize attack surface.

    Only Connectivity tools required.

    Page 13: Updated tools could be downloaded from

    downloads.microsoft.com instead.

    Page 38: Maybe you should be concerned with the USAGE key from a security standpoint?

    Looking forward to more chapters…