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SQL Anywhere 11.0.1 » QAnywhere » Mobile web services » Introducing mobile web services

 

Setting up mobile web services

The following steps provide an overview of the tasks required to set up mobile web services.

Overview of setting up mobile web services
  1. Set up a server message store, if you don't already have one.

    See Setting up the server message store.

  2. Start the MobiLink server with the -m option and a connection to the server message store.

    See Starting QAnywhere with MobiLink enabled.

  3. Set up client message stores, if you don't already have them. These are SQL Anywhere databases that are used to temporarily store messages.

    See Setting up the client message store.

  4. Run the iAnywhere WSDL compiler to create classes you can use in your application.

    See Running the iAnywhere WSDL compiler.

  5. For each client, write a web service client application that uses the classes generated by the WSDL compiler.

    See Writing mobile web service applications.

  6. Create a web services connector.

    See Web service connectors.

  7. For each client, start the QAnywhere Agent (qaagent) with a connection to the local client message store.

    See Starting the QAnywhere agent.

Other resources for getting started