You can create a SQL Anywhere database for your Windows Mobile device:
With the Sybase Central Create Database Wizard to create a database that can be copied directly to your Windows Mobile device.
With the dbinit utility to create a database that can be copied manually to your Windows Mobile device.
With the CREATE DATABASE statement in Interactive SQL to create a database that can be copied manually to your Windows Mobile device.
If you want the Create Database Wizard to automatically copy a new database to your Windows Mobile device, then Sybase Central must be the same bitness as ActiveSync or Windows Mobile Device Center (32-bit or 64-bit). For Windows XP and earlier, only 32-bit software is supported.
For information about decisions you need to make creating a Windows Mobile database, see:
When you run a database on Windows Mobile, the database server automatically turns on write checksums. This behavior helps to provide early detection if the database file becomes corrupt. See Corruption detection using checksums.
Creating Windows Mobile databases using Sybase Central
Creating a Windows Mobile database using dbinit
Creating a Windows Mobile database using the CREATE DATABASE statement
Copying a database to your Windows Mobile device
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