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Part: III Building SyncML Applications > Interoperability Verification

Chapter 13. Interoperability Verification

For a seamless end-user experience and for a successful standard, it is important that Clients and Servers be interoperable. To ensure this, SyncML® has introduced interoperability testing. This test must be passed in order to use the label SyncML conformant and the SyncML Interoperability Logo. The test ensures that products aspiring to be SyncML conformant and Interoperable actually conform to the specifications and interoperate with other implementations. This chapter covers the steps required to pass the SyncML Conformance [SCTP02] and Interoperability Testing Process [SITP02].

The goal of SyncML is to provide global data synchronization. It could be jeopardized if a consumer with a SyncML conformant Client is unable to synchronize with a SyncML conformant Server (assuming they are using the same communication bearer and the same data types).


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