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How to use SQL Anywhere as OData Provider to build a UI5 app with the local Web IDE

Posted by Alexander Ilg on Apr 11, 2016 10:15:22 AM

There are a number of technologies that are becoming more and more important in the SAP world. Next to SAP's new flagship HANA we are talking about OData and SAP UI5. Therefore it is no surprise that SAP enabled their SQL Anywhere database to speak OData as well.

This blog will show how to enable the SQL Anywhere database to become an OData provider and how to consume this service from a locally installed WebIDE.

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Topics: MobiLink, SQL Anywhere, Odata, UI5, Web IDE

How to shrink the growing SAP Mobile Platform 2.3 Database

Posted by Klaus Rollinger on Mar 13, 2016 1:11:04 PM

The SQL Anywhere middleware database of SMP 2.3 tends to gow over time. This is using up a lot of discspace and can cause issues. This blog shows step by step how to shrink the database size.

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Topics: SQL Anywhere, SMP, SAP

A whole SAP Plant Maintenance System Offline on an Oil Rig with SAP MobiLink

Posted by Alexander Ilg on Mar 13, 2016 11:51:58 AM

We discussed the synchronization of high data volumes for offline availability before. SAP has used a similar architecture with MobiLink, the Exchange Framework and SAP UI5 in what they called the SAAP - SAP Always Available Platform. Breck Carter has written a great blog post about it - SAAP Is Built On SQL Anywhere.  

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Topics: MobiLink, SQL Anywhere, SAP, Exchange Framework

How to export/import data from and to a SQL Anywhere database

Posted by Valantis Giogiakas on Jan 13, 2016 3:00:00 PM

In order to move certain data from a SQL Anywhere database from the development system to the productive system, we found a way which suits perfectly to us. This blog describes the required steps.
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Topics: MobiLink, SQL Anywhere