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  1. #1
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    Apr 2005

    Unanswered: Synching SQL Server data on a pocket PC and Windows?

    I asked this question on another forum, and it was suggested that using SQL Server might be the way to go.

    What I would like to do is create a database that can store detailed employee payroll information for workshop production. Included in this db would be employee info, job details, hours worked, pay rate, and so on and so forth. That will probably be the relatively easy part.

    I would like to allow supervisors (job coaches) to enter this data on a Pocket PC (windows mobile) device, and then be able to synchronize the pocket pc to a workstation, allowing their data to be uploaded to the main database at the end of the day.

    Can that be done using SQL Server as both the main networked database as well as having it (or a lite version of some sort) installed on a Pocket PC for synchronization purposes as described above?

    Thanks for any input.

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    Jan 2007
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