ActiveSync (Windows CE 5.0)
Microsoft ActiveSync provides support for synchronizing data between a Windows-based desktop computer and Microsoft Windows CE-based devices. Using time stamps and user preferences, the synchronization process tracks data changes on both computers, then transfers the appropriate data so that each machine has the most-recent versions. Outdated or unwanted data is discarded. Windows CE 5.0 provides support for ActiveSync version 3.5 and later.
In This Section
- ActiveSync OS Design Development
- Provides an overview of the modules and components that implement ActiveSync, and the sysgen variables that enable this functionality.
- ActiveSync Application Development
- Provides information about ActiveSync device-desktop partnerships, ActiveSync manager, and ActiveSync service providers.
- ActiveSync Registry Settings
- Describes the registry settings necessary to configure the device for ActiveSync.
- ActiveSync Security
- Provides security information about ActiveSync and best practices for implementation.
- ActiveSync Migration
- Provides information for migrating this functionality from one version of Windows CE to another.
- ActiveSync Samples
- Provides samples that demonstrate the use of ActiveSync programming elements.
- ActiveSync Reference
- Details the programming elements for ActiveSync.
- Remote Application Programming Interface (RAPI) Reference
- Details the programming elements for RAPI that enables an application running on a desktop computer to make function calls on a Windows CE–based device.
- Applications - End User
- Provides a high level overview of the operating system functionality that is available for developing applications and services using Windows CE.
- Windows CE Features
- Provides links and information about the Catalog-selectable technologies and functionality that can be included in OS designs.
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