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Can you configure and initiate Server Syncs through JavaScript?

2 posts in General Discussion Last posting was on 2004-08-10 23:00:02.0Z
Seth Huhnerkoch Posted on 2004-08-05 03:19:19.0Z
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In I-Anywhere Client 5.5 if it is possible to configure the
sync parameters:

- Hostname
- Port
- Username
- Password

for a server sync (with I-Anywhere 5.5 Server) in JavaScript
code on a PPC device and initate the sync request through a
JavaScript API or POD call?

We have a user base who continually changes server settings
and I want to control the config and syncing of our
application through an HTML/JavaScript page.


Christopher Grim Posted on 2004-08-10 23:00:02.0Z
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Seth,

Not in 5.5, sorry.

Chris...

On 8/4/04 8:19 PM, in article 4111a737.46f5.1681692777@sybase.com, "Seth

Huhnerkoch" <Seth Huhnerkoch> wrote:

> In I-Anywhere Client 5.5 if it is possible to configure the
> sync parameters:
>
> - Hostname
> - Port
> - Username
> - Password
>
> for a server sync (with I-Anywhere 5.5 Server) in JavaScript
> code on a PPC device and initate the sync request through a
> JavaScript API or POD call?
>
> We have a user base who continually changes server settings
> and I want to control the config and syncing of our
> application through an HTML/JavaScript page.