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Following is a list of changes and additions to the software introduced in version 9.0.1.
QAnywhere messaging MobiLink QAnywhere provides application-to-application messaging capabilities. It allows you to write applications that exchange messages with remote applications located on a variety of devices running on Windows or Windows CE operating systems.
External authentication MobiLink user authentication has been enhanced so that you can easily authenticate users using LDAP servers and other external sources such as POP3 email servers.
New MobiLink system tables There are several new MobiLink system tables. The existence of new MobiLink system tables means that you need to upgrade your Adaptive Server Anywhere databases and run upgrade scripts for other consolidated databases.
Configurable script versions You can use the new ml_property MobiLink system table to store properties for script versions.
iAnywhere ODBC drivers There is now an iAnywhere ODBC driver for DB2 available on Windows. This is a wire protocol driver, so DB2 client software is not required.
IBM DB2 setup scripts have version numbers Multiple versions of the MobiLink server can now use the same DB2 server instance. This is possible because the two Java class files that MobiLink uses for DB2 stored procedures now include the SQL Anywhere Studio version number. For the 9.0.1 release they are called SyncDB2_901.class and SyncDB2Long_901.class.
New -us server option A new server option improves performance by preventing MobiLink from invoking unnecessary table scripts.
ActiveSync provider now generates an activity log file The ActiveSync provider can now generate a log of its activities.
Improved application integration for Adaptive Server Anywhere clients A new integration component for dbmlsync provides an easier and more customizable way to create applications with Adaptive Server Anywhere remote databases on Windows platforms.
Resuming failed downloads You can now avoid lengthy retransmission of data when downloads fail for both Adaptive Server Anywhere and UltraLite remote databases. After a partial transmission of a download, failed downloads may be resumed.
Transaction-level uploads for Adaptive Server Anywhere clients You can now choose to preserve transactions on the remote database in your upload, and you can do this per synchronization.
See -tu option.
New way to specify extended options You can use the new hook sp_hook_dbmlsync_set_extended_options to programmatically customize the behavior of an upcoming synchronization.
Automatic device tracking Automated device tracking simplifies the Notification process.
Sybase Central configuration You can now configure notification using the Sybase Central MobiLink plug-in.
Optional delivery confirmation You can now configure your notification so that a confirmation is automatically sent to the consolidated database when a message is received.
New Listener options The Listener has several new command line options, including the ability to listen on more than one channel at a time.
Palm configuration There is now a Palm Listener configuration utility (dblsncfg) that simplifies configuration of Palm devices.
Exporting Monitor data Monitor data can now be exported to a relational database or Excel file.
Enhanced information in Monitor You can now customize which columns are shown in the table. In addition, there are new columns containing information that was previously available only from synchronization properties window, and a new column to uniquely identify synchronizations for a Monitor session.
Improved sorting Sorting for the MobiLink Monitor table has been improved. The sort order is now maintained when data is added or updated.
Enhanced user interface There are new menus and toolbar buttons to zoom in, zoom out, or zoom to selection in the chart. In addition, pausing now controls whether the chart automatically scrolls.
See MobiLink Monitor.
Redirector supports Apache web servers There is a new native Redirector for Apache web servers. Tomcat is no longer a requirement if you want to use an Apache web server.
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