Database Sync - Oracle and SQL Compact via Microsoft Sync Framework 2.0

Microsoft Sync Framework 2.0 let customers that need a synchronization platform, leverage to bridge not only Microsoft’s data platform with its own technologies, but also with third party products. Its the case of Oracle databases and SQL Server databases. Microsoft offering resources designed to help streamline the configuration and execution of peer-to-peer synchronization in scenarios […]

Microsoft Sync Framework 2.0 let customers that need a synchronization platform, leverage to bridge not only Microsoft’s data platform with its own technologies, but also with third party products. Its the case of Oracle databases and SQL Server databases. Microsoft offering resources designed to help streamline the configuration and execution of peer-to-peer synchronization in scenarios in which customers need to connect an Oracle database with one or multiple SQL Server Compact databases. “Database Sync - Oracle and SQL Compact” is packaged as a ZIP archive. Users should first turn to readme.txt file in order to get insight into installation process and usage instructions. The sample is designed to demonstrate “using DbSyncProvider to build a custom Oracle provider to sync with multiple instances of a Compact client database. Povisioning an Oracle database for sync. Many of the other features demonstrated in the Sql Server to Sql CE sample, with Oracle instead of Sql Server.”

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