DB2 mainframe now supported as a consolidated database MobiLink has long supported DB2 LUW (Linux, Unix, and Windows) as a consolidated database. Now it also supports DB2 mainframe.
MySQL now supported as a consolidated database MobiLink now supports MySQL as a consolidated database.
MobiLink System Database (MLSD) Support has been added for a separate database to hold MobiLink system data (MLSD - MobiLink System Database). This feature must be used with Microsoft DTC (Distributed Transaction Coordinator). See -cs option.
New MobiLink server system tables and schema Following are changes to the MobiLink system tables:
Several new MobiLink system tables have been added. See:
Several new MobiLink system procedures have been added. See:
Oracle DSN can store an encrypted password When creating an Oracle ODBC DSN in the Windows ODBC Administrator, you can now choose to encrypt the password that is stored in the DSN. See iAnywhere Solutions Oracle driver.
Oracle ODBC driver supports Microsoft distributed transactions The Oracle ODBC driver now supports Microsoft distributed transactions. In the Windows ODBC Administrator, select Enable Microsoft distributed transactions and make sure that the appropriate DLL is installed with the Oracle client. See iAnywhere Solutions Oracle driver.
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