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Windows CE Application Development (Part 4 of 4): Database Development

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Concluding his discussion of Windows CE application development with Microsoft tools, Bryan Morgan explores database development.
Bryan Morgan (bryanmorgan@cox.net) is a professional software developer. He was recently named Cingular Wireless' Developer of the Month and is a regular contributor to InformIT and Wireless Week magazine.
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In a series of articles I wrote for InformIT earlier this year, I introduced four of the leading mobile database products from Sybase, Oracle, PointBase, and Microsoft:

In this article, I want to drill down to the details of mobile database development for the Windows CE platform, using the Sybase Adaptive Server Anywhere (ASA) database and Microsoft eMbedded Visual Basic (see Part 3 of this series). Before continuing with the rest of this article, you can visit these links to download copies of these products:

In this article, we'll step through the process of setting up a Sybase ASA database for use on a Pocket PC device, and then we'll make changes to our StatCalc Visual Basic application so that all entries are stored in the database.

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