Sync Demos Write Up

Now that you have seen the sync services demos and hopefully enjoyed them, it is time to add some documentation on the goal of each demo and what part of the technology it highlighted along with some code annotation for the areas of interest. To do that, I dedicated a separate page for each demo on my web site.

To jump quickly to the demo that interests you the most, use the following links:

Your feedback is always appreciated!


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Comments (4)

  1. MSDN Archive says:

    Thanks Roger!

  2. rogerj says:


    It appears that the following DbDataProvider entry conflicts with <add name="SQL Server Compact Edition Data Provider" … > and <add name="SQL Server Compact Edition Client Data Provider" … >

    <!– <add name="SQL Server CE Data Provider" invariant="Microsoft.SqlServerCe.Client" description=".NET Framework Data Provider for Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Everywhere Edition" type="Microsoft.SqlServerCe.Client.SqlCeClientFactory, Microsoft.SqlServerCe.Client, Version=, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=89845dcd8080cc91" /> –>

    When running Orcas March 2007 CTP under Vista without installing SQL Server 2005 Express. Thus the comment tags. See and for more details on the problem. It’s not a problem under Windows Server 2003 R2. I’ll be testing Windows XP SP2 shortly. (All under Virtual Server 2005 SP1 CTP.)


  3. rogerj says:

    Vista isn’t the culprit for the problem noted in the preceding comment. The offending line was missing from machine.config in the Windows Server 2003 R2 installation. See updates at

    Also, there are links to a couple more confirmations that the fix works.


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