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How to transfer the data from sql server compact edition to sql server 2005

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hii,

I m developing a windows mobile application with backend as Sql Server Compact Edition. I want to transfer the data from sql server Compact to Sql server 2005. I have tried the merge replication also..but nothing is working out..Pls Help me !!!

Regards,

aashi

 

 




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