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R: Ksync: is this list active??

Hi Alexandr,

my apologize for my haste
i'm studing a database synchronization project (clients have theirs own databases and also the server.. the databases have different meta data types and aren't of the same vendor --I think oracle for server and a open db for clients ) and so i'm looking for some syncML open pruduct. Ksync seem to be an excellent product. I'm looking to source code to know where i should put my business logic, that is where i should build an xmldocument (beginning from db) and send it using syncml commands.. should i create my own XMLSyncClientDocument and give it the right logic adding SyncSyncCommand??

I don't know if this is the right site to post this kind of questions, so my  apologise if they are out of interest.

Best Regards,

-----Messaggio originale-----
Da: Alexandr Koloskov [mailto:alexk@reaxion.com]
Inviato: marted́ 19 febbraio 2002 16.42
A: ksync@enhydra.org
Oggetto: RE: Ksync: is this list active??

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Since kSync was announced only a week ago, in fact there are only few
messages here right now. But we are ready to answer your questions.

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Alexandr "Xenocid" Koloskov
Director of Development, Reaxion Corp.

E-Mail: alexk@reaxion.com
WWW: www.reaxion.com

> -----Original Message-----
> From: ksync-admin@enhydra.org 
> [mailto:ksync-admin@enhydra.org] On Behalf Of Ferrari Alberto
> Sent: Tuesday, February 19, 2002 5:48 PM
> To: kSync@enhydra.org
> Subject: Ksync: is this list active??
> Hi all,
> i subscribed this list because i'm interested to the 
> enhydra's syncML server, but when i check the list archive 
> from  site 
> http://ksync.enhydra.org/project/mailingLists/ksync/mailists.h
> tml i'm redirected to the home page....
> so.. is this list active??
> best regards,
> Alberto Ferrari. _______________________________________________
> Ksync mailing list
> Ksync@enhydra.org 
> http://support.enhydra.org/mailman/listinfo.cgi/ksync

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