New ODBC driver for Oracle There is now an ODBC driver for Oracle called iAnywhere Solutions 10 - Oracle that is custom-tailored for MobiLink applications.
Restructured encryption layer The MobiLink encryption layer has been restructured and improved. This change is transparent and does not require any changes to applications.
MobiLink Server Log File Viewer A new window has been added that allows you to view MobiLink log files. The Log File Viewer provides enhanced functionality such as filtering logged information and viewing summaries and statistics.
Improved memory use On Windows, the MobiLink server (a 32-bit process) will now use more memory if required. Previously, it was limited to less than 2 GB, but it can now use significantly more memory if more is required and available. Use the mlsrv10 -cm option to set the maximum size for the server memory cache. More memory can lead to less paging to disk, which can improve performance.
New functionality in Model mode
Table Mapping It is easier to create and change table and column mappings. You can enable a table mapping by selecting from a dropdown list in the Mapping Direction column for a table. Similarly, you now specify whether a column is mapped in the Column Mappings tab. The New Table Mappings wizard has been removed.
Create new remote tables It is easier to create new remote tables based on the consolidated database schema. You can create a new remote table with the same name and columns as a table in the consolidated database using the Create New Remote Tables window. This window also maps the remote database tables to the consolidated tables in the model.
Delete remote database tables and columns You can now delete remote database tables and columns in the Mappings tab. You can remove a remote table or column from the remote database schema in the model by selecting the table or column and choosing Edit » Delete.
More convenient way to specify network name on Windows CE You can now specify the keywords default_internet or default_work as the name in the network_name protocol option so that your default setting is the name that is used.
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