SyncML®: Synchronizing and Managing Your Mobile Data By Uwe Hansmann, Riku Mettälä, Apratim Purakayastha, Peter Thompson, Phillipe Kahn
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Chapter 13. Interoperability Verification
One of the most frequently asked questions is when an implementation needs to be recertified. Recertification is required as soon as the implementation goes through a major change for example, it was updated to the next major release.
No recertification is required if the implementation only has minor changes or is executed on another operating system. Let's take a synchronization Server written in Java as an example. If this implementation was certified on one operating system and only minor adjustments had to be made to get the implementation working on the other operating system, then the SyncML Logo could also be used for the other operating systems. The same is true for a SyncML Client for an operating system that is included in several devices from the same or from different manufacturers (Symbian OS®, for example).