Sync Framework Hotfixes


KB article number Description

979809

FIX: The SqlSyncStoreRestore.PerformPostRestoreFixup method of Sync Framework 2.0 goes into an infinite loop after you restore a SQL Server database

Fixes a problem in which the SqlSyncStoreRestore.PerformPostRestoreFixup method of Sync Framework 2.0 goes into an infinite loop. This problem occurs when you perform a database restore operation.

979735

FIX: Synchronization goes into an infinite loop when a unique constraint violation occurs in Sync Framework 2.0

Fixes a problem in which synchronization is infinitely looped in Sync Framework 2.0. This problem occurs when a unique constraint violation occurs.

974068

FIX: Error message when an application inserts a value into a foreign key column in SQL Server Compact 3.5: "No key matching the described characteristics could be found within the current range"

973058

When you synchronize data to a SQL Server Compact 3.5 database by using Sync Services for ADO.NET for Devices, the synchronization may be slow

Fixes a problem in which data synchronization is slow on a SQL Server Compact 3.5 database when using Sync Services for ADO.NET for Devices.

972390

FIX: The application enters into an infinite loop when you run an application that uses Microsoft Synchronization Services for ADO.NET to synchronize a SQL Server Compact 3.5 database

969858

FIX: Non-convergence occurs when you synchronize a SQL Server Compact 3.5 client database with the server by using Sync Services for ADO.NET in a Hub-And-Spoke configuration

962229

FIX: Error message when you install Microsoft Sync Framework 1.0: "This setup requires the .NET Framework version 2.0.50727. Please install the .NET Framework and run this setup again"

Fixes an issue in which you receive an error message when you install Microsoft Sync Framework 1.0 on a computer that has the .NET Framework 4.0 CTP installed.

961221

FIX: You receive an access violation error when you synchronize a deleted folder that contains that contains the Desktop.ini file or the Thumbs.db file by using the File Sync Provider in Microsoft Sync Framework 1.0

Fixes an issue in which an access violation error occurs when you use the File Sync Provider in Microsoft Sync Framework 1.0 to synchronize a deleted folder that contains the Desktop.ini file or the Thumbs.db file.

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