In addition to bug fixes, SQL Remote version 6.0.3 includes the following new features. Some features in Adaptive Server Anywhere that are particularly relevant to SQL Remote are also included in this list:
FTP and SMTP/POP support on UNIX The range of message systems supported on UNIX operating systems has been expanded to include FTP and SMTP/POP.
Message link options stored in the database The message link parameters that control SQL Remote behavior over each message system can now be stored in the database as opposed to the registry. This simplifies deployment and management issues related to message link parameters.
Date and time replication formats You can now specify database options that instruct SQL Remote what format to use when replicating dates and times. These options are sr_time_format, sr_date_format, and sr_timestamp_format.
Message Agent and SQL Remote Open Server run as a daemon On UNIX operating systems you can run these applications as a daemon using the -ud option.
Easier unload and reload of Adaptive Server Anywhere databases The Unload [dbunload] utility has been enhanced (-ar option) to allow a single-step unload and reload of a database that can be used whether or not your database is involved in replication.
Enhanced transaction log [dblog] output The Transaction Log [dblog] utility now displays additional summary information, including offset information.
For more information, see Transaction Log utility (dblog).
Log Translation [dbtran] utility enhancements The Log Translation [dbtran] utility permits filtering of the transaction log operations to isolate subsets of operations. This is of particular use to SQL Remote administrators.
For more information, see Log Translation utility (dbtran).