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Tom Slee
 
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Default Re: Connecting by web browser to UL 11 - 11-26-2008 , 04:04 PM






Hi Leonel,

There is currently no way to connect to UltraLite from a web browser. It
is possible that we will have announcements in the future on this topic.

Tom Slee


Leonel Pedrozo Quiroz wrote:
Quote:
Hi,

How I can connecto to UltraLite 11 in a PDA by a web browser?. )"... direct
and indirect, to the SQL Anywhere UltraLite component is from a Web
Browser...").

These are part of the terms to 'use of program' -version 11:

3. Use of Program.

3.1 Web Server Database. Each instance of this SQL Anywhere Web Edition
permits you to access the SQL Anywhere Server component from an unlimited
number of Seats, and may include internal users within the Customer's
organization and external users outside the Customer's organization,
provided that (a) except as specifically authorized below, all access,
direct and indirect, to the SQL Anywhere Server originates from a Web
Browser; (b) the primary purpose of the SQL Anywhere Server is to support
interactive Web Browser applications; and (c) the SQL Anywhere Server is
installed on only one Web Server.

3.2 Synchronization. Each instance of this SQL Anywhere Web Edition permits
you to install and use the MobiLink Synchronization Server component,
provided that (a) the MobiLink Synchronization Server consolidated database
is the SQL Anywhere Server described in Section 3.1, a SQL Anywhere Server
with a valid purchased License, or a MySQL database server; (b) all
synchronization requests to the MobiLink Synchronization Server are from SQL
Anywhere UltraLite components described in Section 3.3; and (c) the MobiLink
Synchronization Server is installed on only one computer.

3.3 Local Web Database. Each instance of this SQL Anywhere Web Edition
permits you to distribute and install the SQL Anywhere UltraLite component
on an unlimited number of Seats, and may include internal users within the
Customer's organization and external users outside the Customer's
organization, provided that (a) all access, direct and indirect, to the SQL
Anywhere UltraLite component is from a Web Browser; (b) the sole purpose of
the SQL Anywhere UltraLite component is to support interactive Web Browser
applications; and (c) data stored in the SQL Anywhere UltraLite component is
synchronized using the MobiLink Synchronization Server described in Section
3.2.



Thanks for your comments.

Regards.




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Tom Slee
 
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Default Re: Connecting by web browser to UL 11 - 11-26-2008 , 04:04 PM






Hi Leonel,

There is currently no way to connect to UltraLite from a web browser. It
is possible that we will have announcements in the future on this topic.

Tom Slee


Leonel Pedrozo Quiroz wrote:
Quote:
Hi,

How I can connecto to UltraLite 11 in a PDA by a web browser?. )"... direct
and indirect, to the SQL Anywhere UltraLite component is from a Web
Browser...").

These are part of the terms to 'use of program' -version 11:

3. Use of Program.

3.1 Web Server Database. Each instance of this SQL Anywhere Web Edition
permits you to access the SQL Anywhere Server component from an unlimited
number of Seats, and may include internal users within the Customer's
organization and external users outside the Customer's organization,
provided that (a) except as specifically authorized below, all access,
direct and indirect, to the SQL Anywhere Server originates from a Web
Browser; (b) the primary purpose of the SQL Anywhere Server is to support
interactive Web Browser applications; and (c) the SQL Anywhere Server is
installed on only one Web Server.

3.2 Synchronization. Each instance of this SQL Anywhere Web Edition permits
you to install and use the MobiLink Synchronization Server component,
provided that (a) the MobiLink Synchronization Server consolidated database
is the SQL Anywhere Server described in Section 3.1, a SQL Anywhere Server
with a valid purchased License, or a MySQL database server; (b) all
synchronization requests to the MobiLink Synchronization Server are from SQL
Anywhere UltraLite components described in Section 3.3; and (c) the MobiLink
Synchronization Server is installed on only one computer.

3.3 Local Web Database. Each instance of this SQL Anywhere Web Edition
permits you to distribute and install the SQL Anywhere UltraLite component
on an unlimited number of Seats, and may include internal users within the
Customer's organization and external users outside the Customer's
organization, provided that (a) all access, direct and indirect, to the SQL
Anywhere UltraLite component is from a Web Browser; (b) the sole purpose of
the SQL Anywhere UltraLite component is to support interactive Web Browser
applications; and (c) data stored in the SQL Anywhere UltraLite component is
synchronized using the MobiLink Synchronization Server described in Section
3.2.



Thanks for your comments.

Regards.


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Jim Graham
 
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Default Re: Connecting by web browser to UL 11 - 12-03-2008 , 04:16 PM



You could write a browser add-on that includes UltraLite.

We are working on add-ons for popular browsers that will provide a
JavaScript interface to UltraLite, allowing your browser applications to
have a browser-local UltraLite database. The goal is to make web
applications more responsive by avoiding round-trips to the server and make
some web applications available off-line. There is no fixed timeframe when
these add-ons will be available. We'll be supporting them in a new forum
focused on web development using SQL Anywhere
(http://groups.google.com/group/sql-a...b-development).

Jim Graham
SQL Anywhere Product Management



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Jim Graham
 
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Default Re: Connecting by web browser to UL 11 - 12-03-2008 , 04:16 PM



You could write a browser add-on that includes UltraLite.

We are working on add-ons for popular browsers that will provide a
JavaScript interface to UltraLite, allowing your browser applications to
have a browser-local UltraLite database. The goal is to make web
applications more responsive by avoiding round-trips to the server and make
some web applications available off-line. There is no fixed timeframe when
these add-ons will be available. We'll be supporting them in a new forum
focused on web development using SQL Anywhere
(http://groups.google.com/group/sql-a...b-development).

Jim Graham
SQL Anywhere Product Management



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Jim Graham
 
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Default Re: Connecting by web browser to UL 11 - 12-03-2008 , 04:16 PM



You could write a browser add-on that includes UltraLite.

We are working on add-ons for popular browsers that will provide a
JavaScript interface to UltraLite, allowing your browser applications to
have a browser-local UltraLite database. The goal is to make web
applications more responsive by avoiding round-trips to the server and make
some web applications available off-line. There is no fixed timeframe when
these add-ons will be available. We'll be supporting them in a new forum
focused on web development using SQL Anywhere
(http://groups.google.com/group/sql-a...b-development).

Jim Graham
SQL Anywhere Product Management



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Jim Graham
 
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Default Re: Connecting by web browser to UL 11 - 12-03-2008 , 04:16 PM



You could write a browser add-on that includes UltraLite.

We are working on add-ons for popular browsers that will provide a
JavaScript interface to UltraLite, allowing your browser applications to
have a browser-local UltraLite database. The goal is to make web
applications more responsive by avoiding round-trips to the server and make
some web applications available off-line. There is no fixed timeframe when
these add-ons will be available. We'll be supporting them in a new forum
focused on web development using SQL Anywhere
(http://groups.google.com/group/sql-a...b-development).

Jim Graham
SQL Anywhere Product Management



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Jim Graham
 
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Default Re: Connecting by web browser to UL 11 - 12-03-2008 , 04:16 PM



You could write a browser add-on that includes UltraLite.

We are working on add-ons for popular browsers that will provide a
JavaScript interface to UltraLite, allowing your browser applications to
have a browser-local UltraLite database. The goal is to make web
applications more responsive by avoiding round-trips to the server and make
some web applications available off-line. There is no fixed timeframe when
these add-ons will be available. We'll be supporting them in a new forum
focused on web development using SQL Anywhere
(http://groups.google.com/group/sql-a...b-development).

Jim Graham
SQL Anywhere Product Management



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Jim Graham
 
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Default Re: Connecting by web browser to UL 11 - 12-03-2008 , 04:16 PM



You could write a browser add-on that includes UltraLite.

We are working on add-ons for popular browsers that will provide a
JavaScript interface to UltraLite, allowing your browser applications to
have a browser-local UltraLite database. The goal is to make web
applications more responsive by avoiding round-trips to the server and make
some web applications available off-line. There is no fixed timeframe when
these add-ons will be available. We'll be supporting them in a new forum
focused on web development using SQL Anywhere
(http://groups.google.com/group/sql-a...b-development).

Jim Graham
SQL Anywhere Product Management



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Jim Graham
 
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Default Re: Connecting by web browser to UL 11 - 12-03-2008 , 04:16 PM



You could write a browser add-on that includes UltraLite.

We are working on add-ons for popular browsers that will provide a
JavaScript interface to UltraLite, allowing your browser applications to
have a browser-local UltraLite database. The goal is to make web
applications more responsive by avoiding round-trips to the server and make
some web applications available off-line. There is no fixed timeframe when
these add-ons will be available. We'll be supporting them in a new forum
focused on web development using SQL Anywhere
(http://groups.google.com/group/sql-a...b-development).

Jim Graham
SQL Anywhere Product Management



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Jim Graham
 
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Default Re: Connecting by web browser to UL 11 - 12-03-2008 , 04:16 PM






You could write a browser add-on that includes UltraLite.

We are working on add-ons for popular browsers that will provide a
JavaScript interface to UltraLite, allowing your browser applications to
have a browser-local UltraLite database. The goal is to make web
applications more responsive by avoiding round-trips to the server and make
some web applications available off-line. There is no fixed timeframe when
these add-ons will be available. We'll be supporting them in a new forum
focused on web development using SQL Anywhere
(http://groups.google.com/group/sql-a...b-development).

Jim Graham
SQL Anywhere Product Management



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