Your consolidated database holds system objects that are required by MobiLink. Usually, it also holds your application data, but you can hold all or part of your application data in other forms as well.
MobiLink supports consolidated databases for Windows and Linux on 32-bit and 64-bit environments. Your consolidated database can be one of the following ODBC-compliant RDBMSs:
For version support information, see http://www.sybase.com/detail?id=1002288.
For information about recommended ODBC drivers for MobiLink, see http://www.sybase.com/detail?id=1011880
Your SQL Anywhere installation includes a MobiLink setup script for each type of RDBMS. You need to run the appropriate setup script to use that RDBMS with MobiLink. The setup script adds tables and stored procedures that are required by MobiLink.
For information about setting up each type of RDBMS as a consolidated database, see Consolidated database setup.
For information about writing synchronization scripts for particular consolidated databases, see RDBMS-dependent synchronization scripts.
How remote tables relate to consolidated tables
Consolidated database setup
RDBMS-dependent synchronization scripts
Synchronization of spatial data
Adaptive Server Enterprise consolidated database
IBM DB2 LUW consolidated database
Microsoft SQL Server consolidated database
MySQL consolidated database
Oracle consolidated database
SQL Anywhere consolidated database
Sybase IQ consolidated database
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