This section introduces enhancements made to the appearance, organization, or navigation of the Adaptive Server Anywhere documentation for version 9.0.1. It provides an exhaustive listing of major changes.
MobiLink Server-Initiated Synchronization The MobiLink server-initiated synchronization feature has been moved into its own book.See MobiLink - Server-Initiated Synchronization.
QAnywhere Messaging There is now a book describing the new MobiLink messaging application, QAnywhere.See QAnywhere?
New MobiLink tutorials There are new tutorials describing how to use Java and .NET scripting logic with Adaptive Server Anywhere remote databases.See Tutorial: Using Java Synchronization Logic and Tutorial: Using .NET Synchronization Logic.
New chapter describing the dbmlsync integration component See Dbmlsync Integration Component.
Combined UltraLite C/C++ books The documentation for UltraLite C/C++ interfaces (embedded SQL, Static C++ API, and the C++ Component) has been combined into a single book, together with the new ODBC interface.See UltraLite® - C and C++ Programming.
UltraLite for M-Business Anywhere The new UltraLite for M-Business Anywhere component has its own book.See UltraLite® - M-Business Anywhere Programming.
Adaptive Server Anywhere Getting Started and Introducing SQL Anywhere Studio books merged The Adaptive Server Anywhere Getting Started and Introducing SQL Anywhere Studio books have been merged into one book. The new book is called Introducing SQL Anywhere Studio.
Enhanced PDF books Some people find PDF to be a useful alternative to HTML-based online books, particularly for conceptual material. The PDF version of the online books is now installed by default, and can be accessed from the Windows start menu or from the online books by clicking the PDF item at the top of each topic.The PDF files feature clickable links not only within a book, but to other books and to material on web sites. The behavior of these features depends on whether you read the files from within a browser plugin or directly from Acrobat Reader. For the best experience, use Acrobat Reader directly.
Help on help A new section describes the differences between the online books in Windows HTML Help format, and the online books in PDF format. It also describes how to use the various help features to navigate the documentation and access the information you are looking for.