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New Release of Oracle Database Mobile Server

October 11th, 2011 · No Comments

The 11g version is finally out. I have yet to play with the new version of the product and will download it in the coming weeks. But in short, here is what the release notes contain:

  • The Oracle Database Mobile Server 11g supports synchronization from only two mobile clients, the Berkeley DB Mobile Client and the SQLite Mobile Client, to a back-end Oracle database.
  • Automatic synchronization is supported for the Android platform.
  • Device management is supported for the Android platform.
  • Support for Berkeley DB encryption.
  • Load balancing is now available through Oracle WebLogic Server Clusters or the Glassfish Cluster Server Instance instead of WebCache.
  • Because of the removal of Web-to-Go, OC4J, and an installed application server, several of the configuration files, configuration parameters and utility names have been eliminated or modified. Refer to the documentation for specific details on each of these changes.
  • There are new Java, native, and ADO.Net client synchronization and Sync Agent APIs. There is also a new pure Java synchronization client.
Things that are deprecated or de-supported in this release are:

  • The Oracle Lite Mobile Client is desupported in this release. The Sync Control APIs for the Oracle Lite Mobile Client are still provided in this guide, but will be removed when the Oracle Lite Mobile Client is fully deprecated.
  • Formerly this product shipped with two built-in servlet containers; OC4J on the server side, and Web-to-Go on the client side. However, as of Oracle Database Mobile Server 11g does not ship with a built-in Web application server, neither on the server nor the client side. Users will need to install a supported application server before installing the Oracle Database Mobile Server or mobile clients. On the server side, Oracle WebLogic Server (WLS), Glassfish, and OracleAS are supported. On the client side, the users can choose any servlet container that suits their needs.

Tags: Android · Berkeley DB · Java · Oracle Lite · Oracle Mobile Server · SQLite · Webtogo

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