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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 […]

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

What is next for Webtogo users?

March 23rd, 2011 · No Comments

With Oracle’s announcement about the direction of Oracle Lite, Webtogo, and Branch Office, application development teams will be looking for possibly new directions.  So, decisions are going to have to be made.  Those decisions are: Do we keep the JSP/Struts application and run it on another platform like JBoss or Tomcat and just migrate from […]

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Tags: HTML5 · Oracle Lite · Oracle Mobile Server · SQLite · Webtogo

Changes to Oracle Lite Database components coming

August 4th, 2010 · 2 Comments

Before you read too far into the note, this is note for the decommissioning or the Oracle Lite Database Client. The server, sync, and device manager along with the development tools are still being developed. The client database will be Oracle Berkeley DB with SQL support via SQLite. Basically, if you are on Webtogo or […]

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Tags: Berkeley DB · Oracle Lite · SQLite · Webtogo

Upgrading from Webtogo to OC4J

April 21st, 2008 · 1 Comment

Starting upgrading Webtogo to OC4J and here are my likes and dislikes so far:Likes: Full J2EE compliance Easier to develop and debug application code I can specify different JVM from the one that is installed last. Dislikes: Customized workspace is not supported (Although, I think I can get around that) WTGJDBCDriver is doing some really, […]

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Tags: Oracle Lite · Webtogo

Webtogo or OC4J

December 7th, 2007 · No Comments

The mobile system that I designed 2 1/2 years ago has been in production now for almost 6 months and as any new system that goes into production, changes are inevitable. When we designed the system, we had to come up with two applications that would be implemented both on a WebLogic/Sun ONE container and […]

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Tags: Java · Oracle Lite · Webtogo

My last 2 years with Oracle Lite and Webtogo

April 26th, 2007 · No Comments

So, in the last 2 years of working with Webtogo in a international, web farmed environment; here are all the issues I encountered: Oracle Lite did not work with UTF8… but does now The customized workspace likes the use of absolute paths… even though it’s suppose to be your customized workspace! The servlets are hard […]

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String encryption and Webtogo

March 17th, 2007 · No Comments

A couple of weeks ago, I upgraded my client JRE from 1.4.2_03 to 1.4.2_13. When I did this, the Cipher encryption on my site started throwing an exception: java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError at javax.crypto.Cipher.getInstance(DashoA6275) So, I opened a metalink ticket and was able to resolve the issue by adding the following parameter to the webtogo.ora file on my […]

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Tags: Java · Webtogo

WTGJdbcDriver vs. POLJDBCDriver

January 15th, 2007 · No Comments

I found a transaction test that I was performing a while back that might help you. In this example, I am using both drivers, I have an open connection with both drivers and I show an example of updating the dbname database with an insert and update statement. Note that even though I am using […]

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Tags: Java · Oracle Lite · Webtogo