Dynamic cache sizing supported on Windows CE Windows CE now supports dynamic cache sizing. Like Windows and Unix, on Windows CE the size of the database server cache increases and decreases depending on the load on the database server and the other demands on system memory. This feature removes the need for choosing an explicit cache size under in many circumstances, and can also boost performance. See Dynamic cache sizing on Windows.
Creating proxy ports for Windows CE In previous releases of the software, you had to modify entries in the registry to configure ActiveSync to use a proxy port for connecting to a database on Windows CE devices. The Connect dialog for Interactive SQL, Sybase Central, and the SQL Anywhere Console utility now includes a Setup Windows CE Proxy Port tool that allows you to create proxy ports for connecting to databases on Windows CE devices without editing the registry. See Creating proxy ports for Windows CE devices.
Ability to rebuild databases on Windows CE You can now rebuild your database on Windows CE using a two step process whereby you unload your database to file and then reload it into a new database using the dbunload utility. See Rebuilding databases on Windows CE.
dbrunsql utility The SQL Anywhere Script Execution utility (dbrunsql) allows you to type SQL commands or run command files on Windows CE. See SQL Anywhere Script Execution utility (dbrunsql).
Signed .cab files for Windows Mobile 5 The SQL Anywhere installation includes pre-built .cab files that are signed by Verisign. When you use these .cab files, you do not receive an unknown publisher warning. See Installation considerations: Deploying SQL Anywhere 10 on Windows Mobile 5.