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SQL Anywhere 11.0.0 » SQL Anywhere 11 - Changes and Upgrading » What's new in version 10.0.0 » MobiLink » Behavior changes and deprecated features

 

Miscellaneous MobiLink behavior changes

Version support
  • Support for clients prior to version 8.0.0 removed   The MobiLink server no longer supports SQL Anywhere clients prior to version 8.0.0. To use older databases with the version 10 MobiLink server, you need to follow upgrade procedures.

    See Upgrading SQL Anywhere.

Name changes

The following utility names have changed:

Old utility name New utility name
dbmlsrv9 mlsrv10
dbmluser mluser
dbmlmon mlmon
dbmlstop mlstop
dbasinst mlasinst

The following file names have changed:

Old file name New file name
dbmlsv9.dll mlodbc10.dll
dbasdesk.dll mlasdesk.dll
dbasdev.dll mlasdev.dll
dbmlsrv.mle mlsrv10.mle
syncasa.sql syncsa.sql
ODBC driver enhancements

MobiLink now uses new drivers for Adaptive Server Enterprise and DB2 consolidated databases.

See: Changes to ODBC drivers used by MobiLink, QAnywhere, and remote data access.

Server-initiated synchronization
  • Windows SDK removed   The SDK for creating support for more Windows devices has been removed. It is replaced by improved support for SMS. The Palm SDK remains.

  • Listener -g option is replaced   The dbsln -g option is replaced with the dblsn -ni option.

Other MobiLink behavior changes
  • Support for Windows Performance Monitor is dropped   MobiLink no longer supports Windows Performance Monitor. You should use the MobiLink Monitor instead.

    See MobiLink Monitor.

  • Server-initiated synchronization no longer supports Kyocera devices   There is no longer a Palm SDK for Kyocera devices. The Palm Listener continues to support Treo devices.

    See MobiLink Listener SDK for Palm.