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May/June, 2010 Edition

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SYWARE, Inc. Related:

  • Technical Tip: Restoring column names
  • Technical Tip: Controling the contents of the export file

Mobile Industry Related:

  • News: Microsoft Announces Mobile OS 6.5 for Enterprise Devices

Technical Tip from "Dr. DeeBee": Restoring column names

Sometimes, you may be working in the Visual CE form designer on the desktop and you discover that you have "lost" your column names. In particular, the column names have been changed to Column0, Column1, Column2, etc. Usually this happens because you reinstalled Visual CE and you wiped out the table definitions that were stored on the desktop. Here's a way to get your column names back.

Technical Tip from "Dr. DeeBee": Controling the contents of the export file

When creating an export file (OPTION EXPORT) you don't appear to have much control over which columns get exported and their order. But, actually, you can set things up so you can get exactly what you want. Here's how to control the contents of the export file.

Mobile Industry News: Microsoft Announces Mobile OS 6.5 for Enterprise Devices

Microsoft will soon release a new mobile OS for embedded and enterprise devices based on Windows Mobile 6.5, Microsoft chief executive Steve Ballmer said by video at the launch of a new Motorola enterprise smartphone on June 17. "In the next six months we will release a new embedded OS called Windows Embedded Handheld, based on Windows Mobile 6.5 technologies" Ballmer said on the video.

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