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UltraLite and M-Business Anywhere

6 posts in General Discussion Last posting was on 2009-02-13 14:36:14.0Z
obeltran Posted on 2007-02-26 21:16:53.0Z
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Can I use the UltraLite that comes with SQL Anywhere Studio
10.0 with M-Business Anywhere 6.2?

With SQL Anywhere Studio 9.0.2 I can have up to 65534 rows
per table in UltraLite Databases.
I'll have tables with more than 65534 rows. I was reading
the ultralite limitations for UltraLite 10.0 and I read that
I could have up to 16 million rows per table with that
version.


Shao Chan Posted on 2007-02-27 09:31:59.0Z
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Hi,

If you haven't started development, I would definately use 10.0 from the
start. Other than not supporting the USM, it is a great way to go. There
are a fair few changes to make if you are going from 9.0.2. to 10.

There were a few issues that I encountered when 10.0 was first released, but
I would assume that the majority of issues are fixed now as it has had time
to stabalised.

Cheers,

Shao

<obeltran> wrote in message news:45e34e45.456c.1681692777@sybase.com...
> Can I use the UltraLite that comes with SQL Anywhere Studio
> 10.0 with M-Business Anywhere 6.2?
>
> With SQL Anywhere Studio 9.0.2 I can have up to 65534 rows
> per table in UltraLite Databases.
> I'll have tables with more than 65534 rows. I was reading
> the ultralite limitations for UltraLite 10.0 and I read that
> I could have up to 16 million rows per table with that
> version.


obeltran Posted on 2007-02-27 20:59:37.0Z
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Thank you,

You are right. I haven't started the development process...

I'd like to be sure about your answer... Do you mean that I
can have M-Business Client (v 6.2) in laptops with local
data in UltraLite 10.0 database without problem?

I need UltraLite v 10.0 because I need to handle more than
900.000 rows per table and I need at least 16 K of row
size...

I want to build an OFFLINE Web-based application with local
data and offline users, but at the beggining I'll have a 200
MB database with few tables (50 tables) and the bigger table
will have 900.000 rows (initialy). Is UltraLite 10.0 enough?

I'll appreciate your suggestions...

> Hi,
>
> If you haven't started development, I would definately use
> 10.0 from the start. Other than not supporting the USM,
> it is a great way to go. There are a fair few changes to
> make if you are going from 9.0.2. to 10.
>
> There were a few issues that I encountered when 10.0 was
> first released, but I would assume that the majority of
> issues are fixed now as it has had time to stabalised.
>
> Cheers,
>
> Shao
>
> <obeltran> wrote in message
> > news:45e34e45.456c.1681692777@sybase.com... Can I use
> > the UltraLite that comes with SQL Anywhere Studio 10.0
> with M-Business Anywhere 6.2? >
> > With SQL Anywhere Studio 9.0.2 I can have up to 65534
> > rows per table in UltraLite Databases.
> > I'll have tables with more than 65534 rows. I was
> > reading the ultralite limitations for UltraLite 10.0 and
> > I read that I could have up to 16 million rows per table
> > with that version.
>
>


forums.sybase.com Posted on 2009-02-13 14:36:14.0Z
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daie co ste news......

<obeltran> ha scritto nel messaggio
news:45e34e45.456c.1681692777@sybase.com...

> Can I use the UltraLite that comes with SQL Anywhere Studio
> 10.0 with M-Business Anywhere 6.2?
>
> With SQL Anywhere Studio 9.0.2 I can have up to 65534 rows
> per table in UltraLite Databases.
> I'll have tables with more than 65534 rows. I was reading
> the ultralite limitations for UltraLite 10.0 and I read that
> I could have up to 16 million rows per table with that
> version.