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MobiLink supports two ways to handle rows: SQL and direct. You can use them separately or together.
SQL row handling allows you to synchronize remote data to a supported consolidated database (SQL Anywhere, Adaptive Server Enterprise, Oracle, Microsoft SQL Server, or IBM DB2). SQL-based events provide a robust interface for conflict resolution and other synchronization tasks. You can use SQL directly or you can return SQL using the MobiLink server APIs for Java and .NET.
Direct row handling allows you to synchronize remote data with any central data source. Direct row handling allows you to access raw synchronized data using special MobiLink events and the MobiLink server APIs for Java and .NET.The data sources you can synchronize can be virtually anything, including an application, web server, web service, application server, text file, spreadsheet, non-relational database, or an RDBMS that cannot be used as a consolidated database (such as MySQL). You still need a consolidated database to store your MobiLink system tables, and many implementations of direct row handling will synchronize to both the consolidated database and another data source.
The following diagram shows the basic MobiLink architecture:
The components of direct row handling