You can't use a remote data source without replication or RDA (i.e. using a
DSN is not possible). The ADOCE libraries may well be already on the
emulator, if not they're easy to install. Again, I highly recommend looking
at the devbuzz tutorials, as they cover all of this.
Chris Tacke, eMVP
Windows CE Product Manager
Applied Data Systems
> Thanks for the reply. I'm confused by your reply.
> Are you saying that the emulator itself on my desktop contains the
> ADOCE libraries? I dont have to indicate in my dev environment that I'm
> actually using, say, a desktop version of SQL Server, as a datasource?
> > Pocket Access is simply the database engine (no front end) on the
> > as well as the device, and is readily accessible with ADOCE. SSCE is
> > fully usable. Head over to www.devbuzz.com for tutorials on using both.
> > --
> > Chris Tacke, eMVP
> > Windows CE Product Manager
> > Applied Data Systems
> > www.applieddata.net
> > "Elliot M. Rodriguez" <elliotmrrodriguezathot maildotcom> wrote in
> > > Thanks for reading my post.
> > > I've gotten some info on starting PocketPC apps development with eVB,
> > > have the emulator, but have a question regarding desktop development
> > without
> > > a PocketPC or its apps.
> > > One of the tasks I want to accomplish is create apps that use
> > > or SQLCE. I dont have a PocketPC (I'm not in that tax bracket yet),
> > i'd
> > > like to know if its possible for me to use my desktop's Access or SQL
> > Server
> > > 2K functionality as part of the emulation process. If this is possible
> > (I'm
> > > sure it is, but a newbie to eVB development), what do I need to look
> > > for? If its not, what are my alternatives?
> > > TIA
> > > --
> > > Elliot M. Rodriguez
> > > * Please format my email properly for email replies.*