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  • Handling a CEDB database from the Mobile Device (Pocket PC).
  • Handling a CEDB database from the Windows PC
  • Synchronizing a CEDB database with an Access database
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4. Handling custom CEDB databases
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CEDB database
The custom CEDB databases correspond to Access databases (".MDB" file) previously exported from a PC.
When an Access database (".MDB" file) is copied onto a Mobile Device (Pocket PC) from the file explorer, this database is automatically transformed into a CEDB database (".CDB" file).
Handling a CEDB database from the Mobile Device (Pocket PC).
A CEDB database can be handled by a WINDEV Mobile application. These operations are performed by the cdbXXX functions.
Handling a CEDB database from the Windows PC
If you own WINDEV, you also have the ability to create a WINDEV application used to directly handle a CEDB database found on the Mobile Device (Pocket PC). These operations are also performed by the cdbXXX functions.
Note: To handle a database found on a Mobile Device (Pocket PC) from a WINDEV application, the Windows PC must be connected to the Mobile Device (ceConnect function).
Synchronizing a CEDB database with an Access database
An Access database (".MDB" file) is found on the Windows PC. This database is exported to the Mobile Device (Pocket PC): ActiveSync automatically transforms it into a database for Mobile Device (".CDB" file).
This database for Mobile Device (Pocket PC) can be handled by a WINDEV Mobile application.
If you own WINDEV, you also have the ability to create a WINDEV application used to handle the database found on the Mobile Device (Pocket PC). These operations are performed by the cdbXXX functions. The synchronization between the Mobile Device database (Pocket PC) and the Access database is performed by ActiveSync.
Notes:
  • To handle a database for Mobile Device (Pocket PC) from a WINDEV application, the Windows PC must be connected to the Mobile Device (ceConnect).
  • The WINDEV application can also handle the Access database via Native Access.
  • From Windows Vista, "ActiveSync" was replaced by the "Manager for Windows Mobile devices".
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