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Introduction to MobiLink
This tutorial shows you how to develop a MobiLink application, including setting up the consolidated database, creating ODBC data sources and remote databases, and configuring database objects to fine-tune your application.

Writing Synchronization Scripts in .NET
MobiLink supports the Visual Studio programming languages for writing synchronization scripts. To write MobiLink scripts in .NET, you can use any language that lets you create valid .NET assemblies.

Using .NET Synchronization Logic
This tutorial guides you through the basic steps for using .NET synchronization logic.

Tutorial: Introduction to Direct Row Handling

MobiLink Server API for .NET Reference
This section explains the MobiLink .NET interfaces and classes, and their associated methods, properties, and constructors.

SQL Anywhere Supported Platforms and Engineering Support Status
This table lists engineering supported platforms and versions of SQL Anywhere.

Recommended ODBC Drivers For MobiLink
The MobiLink server uses ODBC 3.5 to connect to the consolidated database. This document is intended to help you choose which ODBC driver to use with your consolidated database.

SQL Anywhere for Linux Supported Platforms
The iAnywhere Solutions approach to Linux platform support

Tutorial: Deploying a SQL Anywhere .NET Application Using ClickOnce
While going through this tutorial, we will be deploying and installing a sample ADO.NET application using the ClickOnce deployment method. We will then update the database runtime files and redeploy the application.

SQL Anywhere 12.0.1 Components by Platform
The following tables list components that are available across each platform supported by SQL Anywhere 12.0.1.
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