Relay server The relay server is a set of web extensions that enable secure, load-balanced communication between mobile devices and MobiLink, Afaria and OneBridge servers communicating through a web server. See Introduction to the Relay Server.
Sybase relay server hosting service The Sybase relay server hosting service is a farm of relay servers hosted by Sybase. It is intended to ease the development of mobile applications that use MobiLink data synchronization and to simplify the evaluation process for developers, especially where data is sent using public wireless networks. See Sybase Relay Server hosting service.
Redundant, concurrent synchronizations from the same remote ID are now automatically detected across the entire farm. This removes the need for a load balancer to keep sending the same remote ID to the same MobiLink server.
You can now configure each MobiLink server identically.
Failover is automatically supported for the Notifier and the QAnywhere connector. The farm automatically appoints a MobiLink server to run these, and will elect a new server to run them if the first appointee computer fails.
64-bit Platforms MobiLink server is now fully 64-bit on several 64-bit platforms. For a list of the supported platforms 64-bit platforms, see http://www.sybase.com/detail?id=1002288.
New member for Java DownloadTableData interface getLastDownloadTime method to return last download time for a table. See getLastDownloadTime method.
SQL passthrough The SQL Passthrough feature allows you to download scripts of SQL statements from a consolidated database to a SQL Anywhere or UltraLite client, and have those SQL statements executed on the client at an appropriate time. See Introduction to SQL passthrough.
Info message listening Java and .NET API methods have been added to allow applications to register to receive notifications whenever an info line is printed to the log.
-cs option MobiLink server system objects such as system tables, procedures, triggers, and views can now be stored in a database other than the consolidated database. The database that stores the MobiLink system objects is called the MobiLink System Database or MLSD.
Use -cs to specify connection parameters for your MLSD. See -cs option.
-lsc option Specifies the local server connect information. This information is passed to other servers in the server farm. See -lsc option.
-ss option Enables the MobiLink server to run in a server farm. See -ss option.
The -ss option is a feature of the MobiLink high availability option, which requires a separate license. See Separately licensed components.
-tc option Set the count down timer for SQL script execution. See -tc option.
-tf option Fail the SQL script execution when the count down timer specified with -tc expires (not for Oracle). See -tf option.
Non-blocking download ACK scripts See nonblocking_download_ack connection event and publication_nonblocking_download_ack connection event.
Redirector deprecated The Redirector is deprecated. It has been replaced by the Relay Server. See The Relay Server.
New Relay Server The relay server is a set of web extensions that enable secure, load-balanced communication between mobile devices and MobiLink, Afaria, and OneBridge servers communicating through a web server. See Introduction to the Relay Server.
|Envoyer votre avis sur cette page par email.||Copyright © 2009, iAnywhere Solutions, Inc. - SQL Anywhere 11.0.1|