hi all,

is there any document i can refer to develop app for windows mobile using ultralite?

please let me know.

best regards, Mohan

asked 06 Feb '12, 05:52

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Have you already considered the following parts of the v12.0.1 doc sets on Ultralite

and the following platform summary?

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answered 06 Feb '12, 06:02

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edited 06 Feb '12, 06:03

hi Volker, thanks for the reply. Yes i did have a look into the link you mentioned. However i am having difficulty in defining the connection paramters. Would you happen to know any other link for the same?

Thanks in advance.

(06 Feb '12, 06:07) Mohan
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I have no particular link (and no Windows Mobile knowledge, either) - but you might just tell what connection parameters you are using and what error you get.

With a particular question it's easier to give a fitting answer:)

(06 Feb '12, 06:31) Volker Barth
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Usually for UltraLite the connection parameters are just the database file: "dbf=my_database.udb". You may need the full path to the udb file.

(06 Feb '12, 09:14) Tom Slee

If you're looking for an actual demo application, we published one in the SQL Anywhere for Windows Mobile Developer Center: http://www.sybase.com/developer/library/sql-anywhere-techcorner/windows-mobile.

The link for the app is: http://www.sybase.com/detail?id=1065480.

José

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