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Ok, maybe someone can help me with this as the MSDN has aggrevated me to the point of no return.

I have a bunch of Dell Axim X51's that I have to write a mobile application for and the RDBMS that my supevisor wants to use on the handhelds is SQL Server 2000 CE, thats great.

Both my development and production SQL 2000 Servers are running SP 4 but the install file to setup CE that came with Visual Studio 2003 is labeled as being for Service Pack 2 and, subsequently, when I try to install this I get an error messaging saying something to the effect of:

"When you install SQL Server CE Server Tools on a computer running both IIS and SQL Server 2000, ensure the installer for SQL Server CE Server Tools corresponds to the version of SQL Server 2000".

My development system is a regular XP Pro Box running the personal version of IIS and SQL 2000 SP 4, the Production environment is Windows Server 2000 Sql Server 2000 sp 4.

Does anyone know how to correct this?

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I was able to find an update to SQL Server CE that supported SP4, buried deep in the MSDN of course =
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