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MobiLink provides the following stored procedures to help you create your applications.
You must add synchronization scripts to system tables in the consolidated database before you can use them. The following system procedures add or delete synchronization scripts in the consolidated database:
When you use the MobiLink server API for Java or .NET, you use these stored procedures to register a method as the script for an event, so that the method is run when the event occurs. You can also use them to unregister your methods.
When you add a script using a system procedure, the script is a string. Any strings within the script need to be escaped. For SQL Anywhere, each quotation mark (') needs to be doubled so as not to terminate the string.
You cannot use system procedures to add scripts longer than 255 bytes to Adaptive Server Enterprise 11.5 or earlier. Instead, use SQL Central or direct insertion to define longer scripts.
IBM DB2 LUW before version 6 only supports column names and other identifiers of 18 characters or less, and so the names are truncated. For example, ml_add_connection_script is shortened to ml_add_connection_.
The following stored procedures can be used to manage remote tasks:
The following stored procedures can be used to setup and manage LDAP authentication:
The following stored procedures can be used to manage schema upgrades: