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SQL Anywhere for BlackBerry
This paper introduces SQL Anywhere for BlackBerry, with its UltraLiteJ relational database. Learn why SQL Anywhere is the right choice for developers looking to build line-of-business BlackBerry smartphone applications.
Choosing an UltraLite Programming Interface
This paper outlines which programming interface to use for developing UltraLite applications.
Building an UltraLite Palm Application Using MobileBuilder
This paper provides a tutorial that guides you through the process of developing an UltraLite application for the Palm Computing Platform using MobileBuilder. It also describes how to add synchronization to your application.
UltraLiteJ Security on BlackBerry Devices
This article presents an overview of security issues on BlackBerry devices and discuss how an
UltraLiteJ application developer may address them based on their security needs.
SQL Anywhere and Microsoft .NET
This whitepaper provides an overview of SQL Anywhere support for the Microsoft .NET Framework.
The UltraLiteJ Database Transfer Utility
The UltraLiteJ database transfer utility transfers UltraLiteJ databases from a BlackBerry smartphone to an external machine. This process is described in this document.
SQL Anywhere 11 New Features Guide
This document describes the main new features included in SQL Anywhere 11. All sample is also provided.
SQL Anywhere Studio 9 and Microsoft .NET
This whitepaper provides an overview of SQL Anywhere Studio 9 support for Microsoft .NET
SQL Anywhere Studio 9 and Unicode
This whitepaper focuses on the Adaptive Server Anywhere 9 database and Unicode support, but also describes support in MobiLink synchronization and in UltraLite databases.
SQL Anywhere and Unicode
This whitepaper focuses on the SQL Anywhere database and Unicode support, but also describes support in MobiLink synchronization and in UltraLite databases.