Difference Between SQL Server Compact Edition (CE) and SQL Server Express Edition

http://blog.sqlauthority.com/2009/04/22/sql-server-difference-between-sql-server-compact-edition-ce-and-sql-server-express-edition/

SQL SERVER – Difference Between SQL Server Compact Edition (CE) and SQL Server Express Edition

April 22, 2009 by pinaldave

I often received question regarding what are difference between SQL Server Compact Edition (CE) and SQL Server Express Edition. In one line – SQL Server CE is for mobile application and embaded systems where as SQL Server Express Edition is limited feature light version of SQL Server Standard.

SQL Server Compact Edition SQL Server Express Edition
ClickOnce Deployment ClickOnce Deployment
Installed centrally with an MSI Installed centrally with an MSI
XML storage XML storage
Transact-SQL Transact-SQL
Subscriber for merge replication Subscriber for merge replication
Simple transactions Simple transactions
Database size support – 4GB Database size support – 4GB
Number of concurrent connections – 256 Number of concurrent connections – Unlimited
Privately installed, embedded, with the application
Non-admin installation option
Runs on Windows Mobile platform
Runs in-process with application
Data file storage on a network share
Support for different file extensions
Code free, document safe, file format
Remote Data Access (RDA)
ADO.NET Sync Framework
Subscriber for merge replication
Simple transactions
Runs as a service
Procedural T-SQL
Distributed transactions
Native XML, XQuery/QPath
Stored procedures, views, triggers
Role-based security

I am interested to know if my readers have used any of these servers what was the real life application for the same.

Reference : Pinal Dave (http://blog.SQLAuthority.com)

Source :http://blog.sqlauthority.com/2009/04/22/sql-server-difference-between-sql-server-compact-edition-ce-and-sql-server-express-edition

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