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SQL Anywhere 11.0.0 » SQL Anywhere 11 - Changes and Upgrading » What's new in version 8.0.1 » Behavior changes in version 8.0.1

 

UltraLite behavior changes

  • Palm database backup¬†¬† In previous releases, if the ULUtil application was used to back up a database, the database would be backed up on each subsequent HotSync operation.

    Most UltraLite data is effectively backed up by synchronization. As the most common use of an explicit backup is to create an initial database for deployment, continuing to make backups on HotSync is not the desired behavior in most cases. Now, each time an UltraLite application starts, it disables backups on future HotSync operations.

    If you want to explicitly require backups for databases every time a HotSync is performed, you can do so by setting the palm_all_backup parameter in the UL_STORE_PARMS macro.

Deprecated and unsupported features

UltraLite support for synchronization on the Palm Computing Platform using ScoutSync technology is deprecated. Version 8.0.x will continue to support ScoutSync up to version 3.6, but the next major release of SQL Anywhere Studio will not support ScoutSync.