DDH Introduces 2-Way Palm Synchronization

DDH Software Inc. announced a two-way synchronization conduit for its HanDBase relational database application for Palm-based handheld devices.

The new conduit provides Palm users with safeguards against potential lost data that might occur during the synchronization process between the desktop and handheld device.

HanDBase’s new two-way synchronization conduit compares files for new data entered and creates a merged file with updates from both sides included. To further ensure the security and integrity of a user’s data, HanDBase will auto-archive the last ten HotSyncs made on a database in an archive folder.

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