Microsoft Sync Framework Documentation

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Download Microsoft Sync Framework documentation. Documentation is available for Sync Framework core components, Sync Services for ADO.NET, Metadata Storage Service, Sync Services for File Systems, and Sync Services for FeedSync.
  • Version:

    RTM

    File Name:

    sync_help_files.exe

    Date Published:

    8/8/2008

    File Size:

    6.0 MB

      Microsoft Sync Framework is a comprehensive synchronization platform that enables collaboration and offline access for applications, services, and devices. The documentation available from this Web site covers the following technologies:

      • Sync Framework core components, which are used to create synchronization providers for any type of data store.

      • Sync Services for ADO.NET, which is used to synchronize databases for offline and collaborative scenarios.

      • Metadata Storage Service, which is used to store synchronization metadata in a lightweight data store.

      • Sync Services for File Systems, which is used to synchronize files and folders in a file system.

      • Sync Services for FeedSync, which is used to synchronize RSS and Atom feeds with data in a local store.


      For additional information, see the following resources:
  • Supported Operating System

    Windows 2000 Service Pack 4, Windows Server 2003 Service Pack 2, Windows Vista Service Pack 1, Windows XP Service Pack 3


      1. Download sync_help_files.exe to a directory on your computer.

      2. Run the executable.

      3. When you are prompted, enter an installation directory.

      4. To view documentation, double-click the extracted files:
        • sync_core_chm.chm contains documentation for Sync Framework core components and Sync Services for FeedSync.
        • sync_ado_chm.chm contains documentation for Sync Services for ADO.NET.
        • sync_meta_chm.chm contains documentation for Metadata Storage Service.
        • sync_files_chm.chm contains documentation for Sync Services for File Systems.