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SYWARE, Inc. Related:
News: SYWARE Fall Training Class October 26
Article: What Would You Like to See In Visual CE
Announcement: SYWARE Fax Line Closed
Technical Tip: Locating the Desktop Database on a Network Drive When Using mEnable
Mobile Industry Related:
Article: Closing Applications on a Windows Mobile Device
SYWARE News: SYWARE Fall Training Class October 26
SYWARE will be offering its SYWARE Training Class, scheduled for October 26, 2009 near our Cambridge office. Attendees of this one-day class will learn how to create mobile database applications that use many different kinds of hardware and input devices, over various connection mediums, from any location. For more information, please visit the SYWARE Training page.
SYWARE Article: What Would You Like to See In Visual CE
We're working on Visual CE version 12 and we want your input. What features would you like to see added? What problems do you have with Visual CE that you would like solved? Please let us know how we can make Visual CE meet your needs.
SYWARE Announcement: SYWARE Fax Line Closed
After many years of service, we are closing the SYWARE, Inc. fax line (+1-617-497-8729). We request that, instead of faxing, you please scan and email documents to us. If this is not feasible, please call +1-617-497-1300 and we will make arrangements to receive your fax.
Technical Tip from "Dr. DeeBee": Locating the Desktop Database on a Network Drive When Using mEnable
In Visual CE's synchronization settings, you may specify that the "Desktop Database" is on a network drive (for example, on the T: drive, where the T: drive is on some other computer on your network). This works just fine when you synchronize using Visual CE's FILE | SYNCHRONIZE | GO, but this won't work when you synchronize using mEnable. Here's how to locate the desktop database on a network drive.
Mobile Industry Article: Closing Applications on a Windows Mobile Device
Contrary to what you might expect, on Windows Mobile devices, that little "X" button does not really close an application. This can be pretty awkward, as shown here. What does it do? And why does it work that way? Microsoft explains.
Tell us here.