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Windows® CE 3.0 Application Programming by Marshall Brain, Nick Grattan

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Implementing the Windows CE Device Provider

ActiveSync on a Windows CE device is based around store objects such as files, directories, databases, and database records. As described in Chapter 4, each object has a unique object identifier or CEOID. Any object that has a CEOID can be an item synchronized by ActiveSync. Thus, you can synchronize files, directories, databases, or database records. You can use these objects to hold more than one item (for example a file might contain many records, each of which is an item), but you will need to manage lists of these items, and this gets more complex. The simplest approach is to represent an ActiveSync item by a single database record.

Windows CE 2.1 and later versions allow databases to be created ...

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