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WorldSync Releases SyncDeK 5.0 From Macworld

WorldSync Releases SyncDeK 5.0 From Macworld

by , 3:00 PM EST, January 6th, 2004

WorldSync, Inc. has released a new version of SyncDeK from the Macworld Expo. Now at version 5.0, SyncDeK is a utility designed for remote FileMaker database replication. The latest version features a SyncDeK Developer module for maintaining sync configs and tools for simplified synchronization. According to WorldSync, Inc.:

Macworld Expo - WorldSync, Inc. today publicly demonstrated for the first time SyncDeK(R) 5.0, bi-directional asynchronous data replication technology for FileMaker(R) databases.

SyncDeK 5.0 is powerful software that automatically tracks changes and synchronizes specified fields between distributed databases based on configurable rules, using commonly available Internet protocols.

Designed for use by remote sites and mobile workers, often working offline, SyncDeK combines the power of Java-based background services with the flexibility of Internet communication protocols to sync XML data. SyncDeK 5.0 is written in Java, and leverages XML to manage data exchange, automatically and transparently, while providing field-level conflict detection and resolution according to extensible rules.

SyncDeK 5.0 also introduces a new SyncDeK Developer module for establishing and maintaining synchronization settings, controls and options. The SyncDeK Developer provides the advanced tools necessary for developers to simply configure SyncDeK for cost-effective, true synchronization in their FileMaker solutions.

You can find more information about the latest SyncDeK release at the WorldSync, Inc. Web site or at Macworld Expo Booth #SIP3. SyncDeK Developer will be available in the next few weeks for US$1,299.00, while upgrades from purchases made after August 15th are available for free.

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