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Oracle® Database Lite Administration and Deployment Guide
10g (10.0.0)
Part No. B12262-01
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A

Adding Bookmarks, 4.12
Adding New Groups, 5.2.2
Adding New Users, 5.2.3
Administering Mobile Applications
Adding Web Application Archive (WAR) Files, 4.11
Creating Database Tables, 4.6.1
Listing Applications, 4.2
Modifying Data Subsetting Parameters, 4.8
Overview, 4.1
Removing Applications from the Mobile Server, 4.7
Uploading Applications to the Mobile Server Repository, 4.6
Administering the Mobile Server
Resuming the Server, 7.3
Suspending the Server, 7.2
Viewing System Status Reports for the Server, 7.1
Administering Users
Overview, 5.1, 5.1
Standalone Mode, 5.2, 5.2

B

Branch Office
Administration, 15.4
Architecture, 15.3
Connecting Clients to the Branch Office Database Machine, 15.3.2
The Branch Office Environment, 15.3.1
Branch Office Installation and Configuration, 15.2
Introduction, 15.1
Terms and Concepts, 15.2.1

C

certificate authority
examples, 17.1
Checking Sync Service Alerts, 8.3.2
Consolidator Requirements in INIT.ORA
Relationships Between Relevant Parameters, C.1, C.1
Values for Processes and DML Locks, C.2

D

Deployment
Creating an Install CD for Mobile Clients
How to Create an Offline CD for Mobile Clients, 13.1
Installing a Mobile Client from the CD, 13.2
How to Deploy, 12.2
Overview, 12.1
Using the Mobile Client for Web-to-Go
Client Side Configuration for Secure Socket Layer (SSL), 14.3
Installing the Mobile Client for Web-to-Go, 14.2
Overview, 14.1
Support for Non-SSL Mobile Clients, 14.4

E

External Authentication
External Authentication Code Sample, E.2
Using External Authentication, E.1

G

Getting Started
The General Flow, 2.1

I

Introduction
Mobile Server, 1.1

J

Job Scheduler
Administering Scheduled Jobs, 9.3
Overview, 9.1
Managing the Job Engine, 9.2

K

keystore
creating, 17.1
example, 17.1
keytool utility, 17.1
tester, 17.1
keytool utility, 17.1

M

Managing Devices
Administering Devices, 10.4.7
Architecture, 10.1.3
Device Management Client, 10.2
Device Management Agent, 10.2.1
Software Update Client, 10.2.2
Software Version Checker, 10.2.3
Device Management Server, 10.4
Managing Device Commands, 10.4.4
Managing Device Configuration, 10.4.5
Managing Device Platforms, 10.4.3
Managing Network Providers, 10.4.6
Mobile Manager, 10.4.2
Overview, 10.4.1
Overview and Architecture, 10.1
Security, 10.1.4
Software Management Client, 10.3
Installation Configuration File, 10.3.2
Software Installation, 10.3.1
Terms and Definitions, 10.1.2
Managing Synchronization
Monitoring Synchronization, 8.9
Overview, 8.1
The Data Synchronization Manager
Introduction, 8.2
The Message Generator and Processor (MGP), 8.8
Mobile Manager
Logging On, 3.1
Mobile Manager Overview, 3.2
Mobile Devices, 3.2.2
Mobile Servers, 3.2.1
Mobile Server
configuring SSL, 17.2
Getting Started
The General Flow, 2.1
SSL, Preface, 17
Mobile Server Configuration Parameters
CONSOLIDATOR, B.6
DEBUG, B.3
FILESYSTEM, B.2
PUBLIC, B.4
SERVLET_PARAMETERS, B.5
WEBTOGO, B.1
Modifying Application Properties, 4.3
Modifying Registry Entries, 4.9

O

Offline Instantiation
Deploying on Client Machines, 16.8
Overview, 16.1
Setting Up the Mobile Client (Distribution) Root Directory, 16.4
Setting Up the Mobile Client Root Directory, 16.3
Setting Up the Mobile Server Host and Mobile Development Kit Host, 16.2
The OLI CD's Directory, 16.5
The OLI Configuration File
Oli.ini, 16.6
Using the OLI Engine, 16.7
Oracle Database Lite 10g
Concepts and Terminology, 1.2
Conventions, 1.5
Detailed Instructions, 1.4
Implementation Tutorial, 1.3
What is the Mobile Server, 1.1

P

Provisioning Mobile Applications
Managing Access Privileges, 6.1
Managing Snapshots, 6.2

R

Read-Only Snapshots, 6.2.1
Refreshing a Snapshot, 6.2.3
Resuming Mobile Applications, 4.5
Running the Mobile Server in Debug Mode, 11.4

S

Scripting Language for the Mobile Server
Description of the Syntax, D.1, D.1
Examples, D.3
Running a Script INI File, D.2
Selecting Application Files for Public Use, 4.10
Snapshot Template Variables, 6.2.4
SSL, Preface, 17
configuring Mobile Server, 17.2
creating certificate, 17.1
creating keystore, 17.1
disabling, 17.2.2
mixing secure and non-secure sites, 17.3
No available certificate, 17.3
troubleshooting, 17.3
Suspending Mobile Applications, 4.4
Synchronization
Administering the Synchronization Service, 8.5
Administering the Synchronziation Service
Managing Configuration Parameters, 8.5.1
Managing Trace Settings and Trace Files, 8.5.2
Browsing the Sync Repository, 8.6
Displaying Operating System (OS) and Java Virtual Machine (JVM) Information, 8.3.5
Managing Active Sync Sessions, 8.3.3
Managing the Session History List, 8.3.4
Managing the Sync Service, 8.3
Monitoring and Analyzing Sync Performance, 8.4
Analyzing Performance of Publications, 8.4.2
Scheduling MGP Cycles to Run Inside the Mobile Server, 8.7
System Catalog Views
Mobile Server Catalog Views, G.1

T

The Consolidator Client API (OCAPI)
Sync Client Parameters, J.2
Tracing
Editing the webtogo.ora File, 11.3
Setting Trace Parameters, 11.2
Mobile Server Modes, 11.2.1
Troubleshooting
Inspecting Files in the Mobile Server Repository, A.1
Troubleshooting FAQs
Accessing Schema Changes to a Published Application, A.5
Accessing the Client Database Offline, A.4
First Synchronization Causes Browser to Time Out, A.3
Running the Mobile Server in Debug Mode, A.2

U

Updatable Snapshots, 6.2.2
Using External Authentication, E.1
Using the JDBC Driver
Upload the Oracle JDBC Driver, H.1
Using the JDBC Thin Driver
Change the Applet Tag, H.2