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adminapp / trunk / AdfEmgExtensionsDT / build / bundle.xml

From revision 104 to 105:

--- bundle.xml	(revision 104)
+++ bundle.xml	(revision 105)
@@ -4,12 +4,14 @@
   xmlns:u="http://xmlns.oracle.com/jdeveloper/update">
    <u:update id="org.emg.adf.mobile.extensions">
       <u:name>ADF EMG Mobile Extensions</u:name>
-      <u:version>11.1.2.4.23</u:version>
+      <u:version>11.1.2.4.26</u:version>
       <u:author>ADF Enterprise Methodology Group (Steven Davelaar)</u:author>
       <u:author-url>https://sites.google.com/site/oracleemg/adf</u:author-url>
-      <u:description>Lightweight persistence framework that works on top of Oracle ADF Mobile. It allows you to persist your 
+      <u:description>Lightweight persistence and data synchonization framework that works on top of Oracle ADF Mobile. It allows you to persist your 
 domain object model to a local SQLite database on your mobile device as well as to a remote datasource with a mimimum of Java coding. 
 The framework ships with a number of local and remote persistence providers, and you can easily plug in your own custom persistence provider if needed.  
+When you have configured a remote persistence manager, and you are making data changes in off line mode, those data changes will be stored as 
+pending data sync actions that will be synchronized with the remote server once the device is online again.
 To map your domain object model to database tables, a mapping XML file is used. 
 This mapping XML file is created by using a standard wizard available in JDeveloper: “Create Java Objects from Tables.
 </u:description>
 
 
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