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Default MSDE and SQL CE (using VB.NET and ADO.NET)

I need some help on using a client-side application written in VB.NET and utilizing MSDE. I know how to do this; however, I'm looking for help on the next step.

I would like to be able to build a Pocket PC application using the .NET Compact Framework. I would like to know how to synchronize my data from my PC to the PDA and from the PDA to the PC. This is presuming that SQL CE will be installed on the PDA as well.

Are there any good articles or books on synchronizing data, etc.






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