You can specify which features are shown or enabled by the administration tools using the initialization file named OEM.ini. This file must be in the same directory as the JAR files used by the administration tools (for example, C:\Program Files\SQL Anywhere 12\java). If the file is not found, default values are used. Also, defaults are used for values that are missing from OEM.ini.
When you redeploy the administration tools, the tools cannot check for SQL Anywhere software updates. The Check For Updates menu items and options do not appear in redeployed versions.
Here is a sample OEM.ini file:
[errors] # reportErrors type is boolean, default = true reportErrors=true [updates] # checkForUpdates type is boolean, default = true checkForUpdates=true [preferences] directory=preferences_files_directory [dbisql] allowPasswordsInFavorites=true disableExecuteAll=false # lockedPreferences is assigned a comma-separated # list of one or more of the following option names: # autoCommit # autoRefetch # commitOnExit # disableResultsEditing # executeToolbarButtonSemantics # fastLauncherEnabled # maximumDisplayedRows # showMultipleResultSets # showResultsForAllStatements lockedPreferences=showMultipleResultSets,commitOnExit
Any line beginning with the # character is a comment line and is ignored. The specified option names and values are case-sensitive.
The OEM.ini file is divided into the following sections:
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