Create Service Wizard enhancements
You can now create services for the MobiLink Relay Server (rshost), relay server outbound enabler (RSOE), Volume Shadow Copy
Service (dbvss11), MobiLink Listener utility (dblsn), and the Broadcast Repeater utility (dbns11) using the Create Service Wizard. See Programs that can be run as Windows services.
View the status of events in Sybase Central
Now you can see the current running state of events in Sybase Central. In the Events folder there is a new Running column that shows the current running state of an event. The contents of the folder are updated whenever the folder is selected
in the left-pane. In addition there is a Running property in the Event Properties window.
The running value shows Yes if the event is running, No if the event is not running, or Unknown if the event exists in a SQL Anywhere 9.0.2 or earlier database.
View the status of maintenance plans in Sybase Central
Now you see the current running state of maintenance plans in Sybase Central. In the Maintenance Plans folder there is a new Running column that shows the current running state of a plan. The contents of the folder are updated whenever the folder is selected
in the left-pane.
The running value shows Yes if the maintenance plan is running, No if the plan is not running, or Unknown if the plan exists in a SQL Anywhere 9.0.2 or earlier database.
Maintenance plan enhancements
The Create Maintenance Plan Wizard now lets you send a test email when you configure the settings to email a maintenance plan report. See Creating a maintenance plan.
Create Procedure Wizard and Create Function Wizard enhancements
Now in the Create Function Wizard and the Create Procedure Wizard, you can choose one of the following SQL dialects or languages to write the procedure or function in: Watcom-SQL, Transact-SQL,
External C/C++, or External Environment. If you choose External Environment, you select one of the following languages: C_ESQL32,
C_ESQL64,C_ODBC32, C_ODBC64, CLR, JAVA, PERL, or PHP. Previously, only Watcom-SQL or Transact-SQL were available choices.
Choosing C/C++ or Java generates a code skeleton for the function or procedure with the EXTERNAL NAME clause. See CREATE FUNCTION statement (external procedures) and CREATE PROCEDURE statement (external procedures)
MobiLink model enhancement for Oracle databases
Now, when you use the Create Synchronization Model Wizard to create a synchronization model that uses an Oracle consolidated database, you can choose to load the entire schema, or
to select a subset of owners whose tables you need for synchronization. Choosing a subset of owners can reduce the schema
MobiLink Model mode support for MySQL
MobiLink Model mode now supports the use of MySQL consolidated databases.