Just Published! Microsoft Synchronization Services for ADO.NET Beta 1.0


The same bits released with Orcas Beta 1.0 are now available as a standalone package. The documentation update is out too, although few days ago (our technical writers rocks!)

To download the runtime click here.
To download the documentation client here.

Quick Notes:

  • I ran into an error when I tried to install it on top of existing CTP. If you happen to have the CTP bits installed in your machine, try to uninstall it first before installing the beta.
  • You will get compilation errors if you tried any of my demos with the new bits; the errors are more around clean up and name changes. The two errors you will most likely hit are:
    1- The namespace Microsoft.Sync.xxx does not exist –  Remove the using statement altogether.
    2- SyncProgressEventArgs.Stage property does not exist – Rename it to SyncStage instead.

I will try to update the demos in the following few days. If you have any questions don’t hesitate to ask.

 

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Comments (3)

  1. The Synchronizer Just Published! Microsoft Synchronization Services for ADO.NET Beta 1.0 Synchronization

  2. rogerj says:

    Congrats!

    Have you been able to verify the problems I reported May 2 with the Beta 1 implementation of the Sync Designer in my Sync Services forum post (http://forums.microsoft.com/MSDN/ShowPost.aspx?PostID=1549967&SiteID=1)?

    Thanks in advance,

    –rj

  3. Wow this week went quickly. On the Silverlight front I’ve managed to watch a few more Mix sessions and