You can use direct row handling to communicate remote data to any central data source, application, or web service other than a supported consolidated database.
In this tutorial you learn how to use the MobiLink server APIs for Java or .NET for simple direct row handling. You also learn how to synchronize the client RemoteOrders table with the consolidated database and add special direct row handling processing for the OrderComments table.
Lesson 1: Setting up a text file data source
Lesson 2: Setting up your MobiLink consolidated database
Lesson 3: Creating a table in your MobiLink consolidated database
Lesson 4: Adding synchronization scripts
Lesson 5: Creating a Java or .NET class for MobiLink direct row handling
Lesson 6: Starting the MobiLink server
Lesson 7: Setting up your MobiLink client database
Lesson 8: Synchronizing
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