You can use direct row handling to communicate remote data to any central data source, application, or web service.
This tutorial guides you through the basic steps for using direct row handling to synchronize data in a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet with MobiLink clients. It shows you how to implement MobiLink direct row handling using a Java implementation as an example so that you can use a data source other than a supported consolidated database.
Lesson 1: Setting up an Excel worksheet
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 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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