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Oracle® Database Lite Getting Started Guide
10g (10.0.0)
Part No. B14138-01
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A

accounts
UNIX, 1.7.2
administrator
default username, 4.2
application
deployment
example, 4
install samples, 4.1
upgrade, 3.4
Application Upgrade Assistant, 3.4

B

BIG-IP
using as load balancer, 2.2.3

C

client
Palm OS download, 4.6.2
Web download, 4.4
Win32 download, 4.3.2
WinCE download, 4.5.2
Consolidator
upgrade, 3.8

D

datafile
specifying location, 1.3
db_create_file_dest parameter, 1.3
deinstalling
Oracle Lite 5.0.2, 3.7
deployment
example, 4
devices
desupported, 3.1
DISPLAY property, 1.7.1.3, 2.3.1

E

environment variables
UNIX, 1.7.1
EPOC devices
desupported, 3.1

G

groups
UNIX, 1.7.2

H

hardware requirements
Mobile Clients, 1.4.1
UNIX, 1.6.1
Windows, 1.5.1
HTTP listener port
configure, 2.2.2

I

INCREMENT_BY property, 3.8
install, 2
custom, 2.2.4
instructions, 2.2
log files, 2.2.2
Mobile Client, 4.3.3
Mobile Development Kit, 2.2.1
Mobile Server, 2.2.2
multiple servers, 2.2.3
Oracle software requirements, 1.3
repository, 2.2.2
sample applications, 4.1
system requirements, 1, 1.4, 1.5, 1.6

J

JAVA13_HOME, 1.7.1.2
Job Scheduler
starting, 4.2

K

kernel parameters
configuring, 1.7.3

L

LD_LIBRARY_PATH, 1.7.1
LIBPATH, 1.7.1
load balancing, 2.2.3

M

MIN_VALUE property, 3.8
Mobile Client
download, 4.3.2, 4.4.1, 4.5.2, 4.6.2
hardware requirements, 1.4.1
install, 4.4.2, 4.5.3, 4.6.3
software requirements, 1.4.2
system requirements, 1.4
Mobile Development Kit
install, 2.2.1
Mobile Manager
GUI, 4.2
Mobile Server
GUI, 4.2
install, 2.2.2
load balancing, 2.2.3
logging in, 4.2
multiple servers, 2.2.3
port number, 4.2
quick start, 4
starting, 2.3, 4.2
testing install, 2.4
Mobile Server Repository, see repository
mounting
UNIX, 1.8

O

OC4J
port number, 2.2.2
starting, 4.2
OID
migrating to use, 3.6
migrating users, 3.6
operating system
UNIX requirements, 1.6.2
Oracle Database Lite
quick start, 4
starting, 4.2
upgrade, 3.2
Oracle Internet Directory, see OID
Oracle Lite 5.0.2
removal, 3.7
Oracle WebCache
using as load balancer, 2.2.3
ORACLE_HOME, 1.7.1.1
Oracle9iAS
port number, 2.2.2
OracleAS
port number, 2.2.2
OraUserProfile class
upgrade requirements, 3.4.1

P

Page Not Found error, 2.3
Palm OS
application example, 4
client download, 4.6.2
environment, 4.6
example, 4.6
hardware requirements, 4.6.1
install client, 4.6.3
sample application, 4.6
synchronizing data, 4.6.4
software requirements, 4.6.1
port number
conflict, 2.2.2
Mobile Server, 4.2
retrieving, 2.2.2

Q

quick start, 4

R

repository
install, 2.2.2, 2.2.2
migrating users to OID, 3.6
schema name, 2.2.2
upgrade, 3.3
Repository Wizard
command-line startup, 4.1
install, 2.2.2
samples, 4.1

S

samples
install, 4.1
Palm OS, 4.6
Web application, 4.4
Win32 application, 4.3
WinCE application, 4.5
SEQUENCE_MODE property, 3.8
Sequences
upgrade, 3.8
servlet context
Web-to-Go applications, 3.5
shell limits
UNIX, 1.7.3
SHLIB_PATH, 1.7.1
SID
retrieving, 2.2.2
software
distribution, 4
Mobile Client requirements, 1.4.2
UNIX requirements, 1.6.3
Windows requirements, 1.5.2
Solaris
exporting Mobile Manager, 2.3.1
synchronizing data
example, 4
sample application, 4.3.6, 4.5.5
system requirements, 1, 1.4, 1.5, 1.6
hardware, 1.4.1, 1.5.1
Oracle software, 1.3
software, 1.4.2, 1.5.2

T

THRESHOLD property, 3.8
TMP, 1.7.1.4
TMPDIR, 1.7.1.4
troubleshooting
Page Not Found, 2.3

U

UNIX
creating accounts, 1.7.2
creating groups, 1.7.2
environment variables, 1.7.1
hardware requirements, 1.6.1
kernel parameters, 1.7.3
mounting, 1.8
operating system requirements, 1.6.2
shell limits, 1.7.3
software requirements, 1.6.3
system configuration, 1.7
system requirements, 1.6
upgrade
applications, 3.4
Consolidator, 3.8
Mobile Server Repository, 3.3
Oracle Database Lite, 3.2
OraUserProfile class, 3.4.1
Web-to-Go applications, 3.4.1, 3.5
users
migrating to OID, 3.6

W

Web application
client download, 4.4.1
environment, 4.4
example, 4, 4.4
install client, 4.4.2
sample application
creating data, 4.4.3
synchronizing data, 4.4.3
Web Cache, 2.3
Web-to-Go applications
servlet context, 3.5
upgrade, 3.4.1, 3.5
Win32
client download, 4.3.2
default client username, 4.3.3
environment, 4.3
example, 4
install client, 4.3.3
sample application, 4.3
creating data, 4.3.5
synchronizing data, 4.3.6
software requirements, 4.3.1
WinCE
application example, 4
client download, 4.5.2
desupported devices, 3.1
environment, 4.5
example, 4.5
hardware requirements, 4.5.1
install client, 4.5.3
sample application
creating data, 4.5.4
synchronizing data, 4.5.5
software requirements, 4.5.1
WINDOW_SIZE property, 3.8
Windows
hardware requirements, 1.5.1
software requirements, 1.5.2
system requirements, 1.5
using Mobile Manager, 2.3.1
Windows 32, see Win32
Windows CE, see WinCE