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SQL Server 2005 compact with WinCE 6 R3

Posted By:      Posted Date: April 14, 2011    Points: 0   Category :
 

Hi,

I want to know if SQL Server 2005 Compact can be installed on a DEVICE running WinCE 6.0 R3,.( I have a PC 104 SBC, running WinCE 6, Development system has VS2005)

I was looking for the CAB files to deploy on the device at the path:

\Program Files\Microsoft Visual Studio 8\SmartDevices\SDK\SQL Server\Mobile\v3.0\platform\processor

I was not able to locate the WinCE6 platform folder, What I have at the path is SDK\SQL Server\Mobile\v3.0\wce400 and SDK\SQL Server\Mobile\v3.0\wce500

I could not locate the CAB files for WinCE6 platform.

I tried installing the cab files from the SDK\SQL Server\Mobile\v3.0\wce500 path on my device but got a warning that these are not supported on the platform, though the installation proceeded...not sure if this will work though

So I want to know where can I get the CAB files for SQL Server 2005 compact for WinCE 6/x86 platform.

Thanks





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