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Pocket PC 2003 Architecture Question.

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Hi,

I have a architecture question.

How would one structure an application along with a Pocket PC 2003 component
that work together to collect survey data.

My query is around the Sync and Data Holding parts.

I plan to use an XML file on the PPC as a survey template (Questions,
Question Types. I was planning to create a dataset on the PPC that will
hold result data.

On Sync or Internet Connection via GPRS , I was planning to Updating back to
SQL Server.

Is this a good idea? Or should I write to a XML Answers table? Or even
original XML file to hold answers?

Is there also "On Connect To Internet" or "PPC Cradled" events in VS 2003?

Thanks Heaps

Daren
Nov 20 '05 #1
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Hi Daren,
Although William Ryan will probably answer your question did you know that
there is a newsgroup.

microsoft.public.dotnet.framework.compactframework

Cor
Nov 20 '05 #2

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