The QAnywhere Agent starts other processes to handle various messaging tasks. Each of these processes is managed by the QAnywhere Agent, and does not need to be managed separately. When you start the QAnywhere Agent, it spawns the following processes:
Do not run dbmlsync on a QAnywhere message store independently of qaagent.
dblsn The dblsn executable is the Listener utility. It receives push notifications. If you are not using push notifications, you do not need to supply the dblsn executable when you deploy your application, and you must run qaagent with -push none.
See -push option.
database server The client message store is a SQL Anywhere or UltraLite database. QAnywhere Agent requires the database server to run the database. For Windows Mobile, the database server is dbsrv11.exe. For Windows, the database server is the personal database server dbeng11.exe.
The QAnywhere Agent can spawn a database server or connect to a running server, depending on the communication parameters that you specify in the qaagent -c option.
See -c option.
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