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New features

Following is a list of additions to QAnywhere introduced in version 10.0.0.

Mobile web services

Mobile web services provide support for mobile-optimized asynchronous web services. This allows mobile applications to make web service requests—even when they are offline—and have those requests queued for transmission later. The requests are delivered as messages using QAnywhere. A web services connector on the server side takes the client request and forwards it to the web service. It then takes the response from the web service and returns it to the client as a message. A WSDL compiler is provided that facilitates the use of mobile web services from your .NET or Java application.

See Mobile Web Services.

New QAnywhere plug-in for Sybase Central

Sybase Central now includes a QAnywhere plug-in that provides an easy-to-use graphical interface for creating and administering your QAnywhere applications. With the QAnywhere plug-in, you can:

Although QAnywhere is not supported on Unix platforms, you can now use Sybase Central on Unix to track messages.

New QAnywhere client APIs
QAnywhere client API enhancements

The following additions have been made to the QAnywhere client APIs:

QAnywhere Agent new features
Other QAnywhere enhancements