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In this lesson, you start the MobiLink server with the Notifier so that push notifications can be sent to devices.
At a command prompt, navigate to the directory of your consolidated database. Type the following on a single line:
mlsrv11 -notifier -c "dsn=SIS_CarDealer_LP_DBLSN_CONDB" -o ml.log -fr -v+ -zu+ -x tcpip
The following table describes each option used with the mlsrv11 utility. The options -o and -v provide debugging and troubleshooting information. Using these logging options is appropriate in a development environment. For performance reasons, -v is typically not used in production.
Starts all enabled Notifiers for server-initiated synchronization.
See -notifier option.
Specifies a connection string.
See -c option.
Specifies the message log file ml.log.
See -o option.
Prevents the MobiLink server from aborting if a synchronization does not include at least one script that uploads and one script that downloads data. This option is required for this tutorial which uses download-only synchronization.
See -fr option.
The -v option specifies what information is logged. Using -v+ sets maximum verbose logging.
See -v option.
Adds new users automatically.
See -zu option.
Sets the communications protocol and protocol options for MobiLink clients.
See -x option.
A window appears to indicate that the MobiLink server is running. The Notifier indicates that it is ready to receive push notification requests from devices.
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