There is now a native ODBC driver for Oracle called iAnywhere Solutions 10 - Oracle.
Previously, iAnywhere rebranded an Oracle driver that was created by a third party. Now, iAnywhere has its own Oracle ODBC
driver for use by SQL Anywhere applications. Using this driver, you can expect faster bug fixes and improved functionality
when dealing with international CHARacter data. If you have MobiLink deployments using an Oracle consolidated database or
you use remote data access to connect to Oracle, you are strongly urged to switch to this new driver.
New certificate utilities
Two new utilities, createcert and viewcert, allow you to make, modify, and view security certificates. Previously,
the utilities gencert, reqtool, and readcert were used for this purpose (those utilities have been deprecated).
Viewcert allows you to view several types of PKI object. Previously, you could only view certificates. Viewcert also allows
you to view both PEM and DER objects; previously, you could only view PEM objects. With viewcert you can also convert between
PEM and DER, as well as encrypt or decrypt passwords.
Createcert combines the functionality of the old gencert and reqtool utilities, and provides new functionality. When creating
an ECC curve, you can now choose your curve; previously you had to use sect163k1. You can use key sizes from 512 to 16384
bits; previously, the size limit was 512 to 2048 bits. There is now a default GUID serial number; previously there was no
default. You can now optionally create certificates that can sign other certificates. You can also specify advanced options
that determine how a certificate's private key can be used. Finally, you can now use unencrypted private keys; previously,
all private keys had to have a password.