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SQL Anywhere 12.0.1 » UltraLite - Java Programming » Tutorial: Building an Android application


Lesson 2: Starting the MobiLink server

In this lesson, you start the MobiLink server.

 Start the MobiLink server and synchronize the application
  • Start MobiLink by running the following command from %SQLANYSAMP12%\MobiLink\CustDB\:

    mlsrv12 -v+ -zu+ -c "DSN=SQL Anywhere 12 CustDB;UID=ml_server;PWD=sql" -x http(port=80) -ot

    The -c option connects MobiLink to the SQL Anywhere CustDB database. The -v+ option sets a high level of verbosity so that you can follow what is happening in the MobiLink server messages window. The -x option specifies the port number being used for the communications. The -ot option specifies that a log file ( is to be created in the directory where you started the MobiLink server.

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