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SQL Anywhere 12.0.0 » MobiLink - Server-Initiated Synchronization » Setting up server-initiated synchronization » Gateways and carriers » Device tracking gateways

 

Quick guide to device tracking gateway configuration

 To set up device tracking
  1. Set up a SYNC, UDP, or SMTP gateway.

    When you start the MobiLink server, these gateways are already set up with the default settings. For more information about configuring properties or creating your own gateways, see MobiLink server settings for server-initiated synchronization.

    Note

    The SMTP gateway requires carrier configuration. See Carriers and carrier configuration.

  2. Create a new Notifier and set up your request_cursor event with the following conditions:

    • The gateway name must be set to the name of a device tracking gateway you want to use. The default gateway is named Default-DeviceTracker. This name is represented by the first column of the result set.

    • The address name must be set to the remote ID of the device. Use the dblsn -t+ option to register the remote ID with the MobiLink server. This name is represented by the fourth column of the result set.

    For more information about setting up a request_cursor event, see request_cursor event.

  3. Add the MobiLink Listener name to the ml_user system table.

    The default MobiLink Listener name is device_name-dblsn, where device_name is the name of your device.

    Run the MobiLink Listener to view the device name, which can be found in the MobiLink Listener message window. Alternatively, you can set the device name using the dblsn -e option, or set a different MobiLink Listener name using the dblsn -u option. See -e dblsn option and -u dblsn option.

    For more information about registering MobiLink users, see Creating and registering MobiLink users.

  4. Start a MobiLink Listener with the required options. For more information about starting a MobiLink Listener, see MobiLink Listener utility for Windows devices (dblsn).