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Transferring an UltraLite Java edition database

Transfer a database using the BlackBerry Smartphone client application.

Prerequisites

There are no prerequisites for this task.

 Task
  1. Run the uljdbt utility, which is located in %SQLANY16%\Bin32\uljdbtserv.cmd, on the BlackBerry smartphone client.

  2. On your BlackBerry's Action screen, click the desired connection method (USB or HTTP).

  3. For a USB transfer, click USB database transfer. For an HTTP transfer, proceed to the next step.

  4. Follow the directions to start the database transfer desktop application.

    Note

    To ensure a successful database transfer, make sure that the device or simulator is connected to the BlackBerry Device Manager. For a simulator, make sure that a USB connection is simulated using USB Cable Connected.

    1. Click Next on the client application.

    2. On the desktop application, make sure USB is selected and click Start.

      The BlackBerry smartphone starts transferring the database to the external device. Progress information appears on the desktop application.

    3. Click OK on both the client and desktop applications to close them.

  5. For an HTTP transfer, click HTTP database transfer.

    1. On the HTTP Transfer screen, click Next.

    2. Specify the following values:

      • Host   The IP address of your desktop.

      • Port   The port specified in Connection Properties on the desktop application.

      • URL Suffix   The hostname of the server receiving the transfer, including the http:// suffix (this is required).

    3. Click Next.

      Note

      To transfer through the BES on a non-ident device, leave Suffix empty. On ident devices, use the suffix ;deviceside=false.

      To transfer through Direct TCP use the suffix ;deviceside=true. Not all carriers support this feature.

      The carrier's WAP gateway can be used if you know the APN information for it. You have to append that information to the suffix as well. Even if you are going through a BES, there may be a firewall between the BES and the device you are running the UltraLite Java Edition Database Transfer utility on. In this case you must use an SSL tunneler. On the HTTP Transfer Parms screen, specify the port and name or IP address of the SSL server running on the BES-side of the firewall. You also need to specify the port the SSL client is mapped to the transfer application.

      If you are transferring a database from a BlackBerry simulator, you must have a BlackBerry MDS simulator running or specify a URL suffix of ;deviceside=true to the UltraLite Java Edition Database Transfer utility running in the BlackBerry simulator.

    4. On the desktop application, make sure HTTP is selected and click Start.

    5. Click Next on the client application.

      The BlackBerry smartphone starts transferring the database to the external device. Progress information appears on the desktop application.

    6. Click OK on both the client and desktop applications to close them.

Results

The database is transferred.