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Peer to Peer Synchronization

Has anyone tried to synchronize two devices with each other offline?

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  • Posted on Feb 18, 2005 at 12:42 PM

    ME/MI is a client-server software. What exactly you have in mind with client-client synchronization?

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    • Interesting question. I haven't try such functionality. It should be implemented manually, in all cases. ME/MI doesn't offer such thing.

      It is possible of course, to implement everything manually. Peer2peer connectivity is not very hard to implement, the main object is the algorithm for synchronizing, i.e. which drive has the accurate data and which - the oldest one.

      I don't know what business processes you want to implement, but you may think about a repository database for offline synchronizing. So you may synchronize more than one device, with simpler protocol: client-database through JDBC.

      I hope this idea helps you.

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