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Imports System.Data.SqlServerCE on Web application

Posted By:      Posted Date: September 02, 2010    Points: 0   Category :ASP.Net
 
Hi everybody, Can we import System.Data.SqlServerCe namesapce to web application? I tried to add The SqlServerCe namespace from AddReference dialog but it didnt show. And I have tried to install compact framework 3.5 but it still the same not show. My requirements are Login to the website and then create a database[.sdf] on the mobile device. Then connect to the .sdf file to retrieve info and display on my webpage. The window mobile device is running on Window CE 5.0 OS. And I'm using MS Visual Studio 2005.   HELP!!!!!!HELP!!!!!!     LEENO


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