Microsoft Sync Services Configuration Example

Over the last couple of days I have been putting together some sample code that will significantly reduce the amount of code you have to write to work with the Microsoft Sync Services.  Unfortunately one of the major issues with MSS is that you are responsible for nearly everything (unlike Merge which is pretty simple once you have set up the publication).  The configuration sample which can be downloaded here moves all the tedious code out to a configuration file, freeing your application up to delievery functionality!!!  This sample reworks the original samples from the Synchronizer blog, Demo I, II and III

Oh, and if you hadn’t guessed there is a reason why I recently blogged about .NET v2 Custom Configuration Sections.  <Shameless plug>If you are interested in learning more about these then you should purchase a copy of Professional Visual Studio 2005 which covers this in detail, including how to get intellisense within Visual Studio 2005 for your custom configuration sections.</Shameless plug>

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