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Urgent : Problem with conduit [large records in DB]

Urgent : Problem with conduit [large records in DB]

Urgent : Problem with conduit [large records in DB]


I am creating DB's on the palm which have a special format of record sizes being ~ 63 KB (keeping it well below 64kb limit). I can access read/write successfully to these DB's.
These DB's are also created by a conduit to contain such records.

When I attempt a sync using a emulator, it gives a error "Unknown network error occurred".

But the same program when is run on a palm device using a hotsync app. with a cradle connected to a COM port of a PC, it runs successfully. I am able to sync.

I would have not given much attention to this problem, but now when I sync using a mobile phone or a modem (where connections speeds are low)  the earlier error occurs.

Can someone please help me to resolve this problem? Any hints or suggestions are wellcome.

Thanks in advance,


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