Receive a database using the UltraLite Java Edition Database Transfer utility.
There are no prerequisites for this task.
Run uljdbtserv.cmd from the Bin32 directory of your SQL Anywhere installation.
On the Connect tab, click the desired Connection Method.
Under Connection Properties, specify the following values:
Port This field only applies to HTTP connections. Type the TCP port number that you want the BlackBerry smartphone to connect to. Usually, this port number matches the port number specified to the UltraLite Java Edition Database Transfer utility running on the BlackBerry smartphone; however, if you are using SSL, then this number can be different.
BlackBerry Password This field only applies to USB connections. Type the password used to access the connected BlackBerry smartphone when it is locked. Leave this field blank if there is no password.
Timeout The number of idle minutes before the server application times out and closes the connection.
Output Specify a file name and location to which to save the transferred database.
Click Start to open a connection to the BlackBerry smartphone.
The server application waits until it either times out or establishes a connection. If you have specified an existing file, you are asked whether you want to overwrite it.
The Logs tab provides details on the server status and transfer progress, including error messages.
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