Writing Applications that Access Databases
Accessing databases, both remote and local, is an essential part of many Windows Mobile applications. With the release of Windows Mobile 6, built-in database support is available for all devices.
In This Section
- Using SQL Server 2005 Compact Edition
Adding database support to your managed applications using Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Compact Edition.
- Using the Embedded Database Engine
Using EDB, the embedded database engine that provides core functionality for mobile applications.
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- How Do I: Improve Data Performance using Visual Studio 2005?
This MSDN video tutorial demonstrates how to improve data performance in mobile devices using Visual Studio 2005.
- How Do I: Merge Replication for Windows Mobile Device Access? (Part 1)
This MSDN video tutorial demonstrates how to set up Merge Replication for use with Windows Mobile Devices. Part 1 covers how to set up SQL Server publication.
- How Do I: Merge Replication for Windows Mobile Device Access? (Part 2)
This MSDN video tutorial demonstrates how to set up Merge Replication for use with Windows Mobile Devices. Part 2 covers how to take an existing merge replication publication and make it available for users to sync with their mobile devices over the Internet.
The Windows Mobile Developer Wiki, Windows Mobile Database Support page.