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Quentin S Miller, Donald J McNamara, Avner Sander: Atomic message division. Microsoft Corporation, Workman Nydegger, February 26, 2008: US07337239

Synchronizing a client and server version of a hierarchical data structure having several atomically-editable components. At synchronization time, the server identifies all of the changes that need to occur to the client version in order to properly synchronize the client version of the hierarchical ...


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Miller Quentin S, Mcnamara Donald J, Sander Avner: Atomic message division. Microsoft, July 7, 2004: EP1435715-A2

Synchronizing a client and server version of a hierarchical data structure having several atomically-editable components. At synchronization time, the server identifies all of the changes that need to occur to the client version in order to properly synchronize the client version of the hierarchical ...


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Quentin S Miller, Donald J McNamara, Avner Sander: Atomic message division. Rick D Nydegger, Workman Nydegger & Seeley, May 27, 2004: US20040103141-A1

Synchronizing a client and server version of a hierarchical data structure having several atomically-editable components. At synchronization time, the server identifies all of the changes that need to occur to the client version in order to properly synchronize the client version of the hierarchical ...


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Mcnamara Donald J, Sander Avner, Miller Quentin S: Atomic message division. Microsoft, li jialin, June 16, 2004: CN200310116495

To appropriately synchronize versions of the client, which has a hierarchical data structure, and the server, the server identifies all necessary changes that occur in the version of the client. Each of the changes includes editing one or more components, which can finely be edited, in the data stru ...


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Miller Quentin S, Mcnamara Donald J, Sander Avner: Atomic message division using synchronization mechanism of hierarchical data structure. Microsoft, May 27, 2004: KR1020030081313

PURPOSE: Atomic message division is provided to enable a server computing system to synchronize a server version of a hierarchical data structure with a client version even if a reception buffer of the client computing system has a memory insufficient to include a single message having all synchroni ...