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

Intended Audience
Documentation Accessibility
Structure
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Conventions

1 Pre-Installation Requirements

1.1 Include the Latest Patches
1.2 Release Notes
1.3 Oracle Components That Work With Oracle Database Lite
1.4 System Requirements For Mobile Clients
1.4.1 Hardware Requirements For Your Mobile Clients
1.4.2 Software Requirements For Your Mobile Clients
1.5 System Requirements For Windows Systems
1.5.1 Hardware Requirements For Windows
1.5.2 Software Requirements For Windows
1.6 System Requirements For UNIX Systems
1.6.1 Hardware Requirements For UNIX Systems
1.6.2 Operating System Requirements For UNIX
1.6.3 Software Requirements For UNIX Systems
1.7 Recommended System Configuration For UNIX
1.7.1 Setting UNIX Environment Variables
1.7.1.1 ORACLE_HOME
1.7.1.2 JAVA13_HOME
1.7.1.3 DISPLAY
1.7.1.4 TMP and TMPDIR
1.7.2 Creating UNIX Accounts and Groups
1.7.2.1 UNIX Group Name For the Oracle Universal Installer Inventory
1.7.2.2 UNIX Account to Own Oracle Software
1.7.3 Configuring Kernel Parameters and Shell Limits for UNIX
1.7.3.1 Configuring Shell Limits and System Configuration Parameters on AIX
1.7.3.2 Configuring Kernel Parameters on HP-UX
1.7.3.3 Configuring the Kernel Parameters on Linux
1.7.3.4 Set Shell Limits for the User oracle
1.8 Mounting the Installation CD-ROM For UNIX Systems
1.8.1 Mounting CD-ROMs For AIX
1.8.2 Mounting CD-ROMs For HP
1.8.3 Mounting CD-ROMs For Linux
1.8.3.1 Mounting CD-ROMs For Linux With Auto Mounting Software
1.8.3.2 Mounting CD-ROMs For Linux Manually
1.8.4 Mounting CD-ROMs For Tru64

2 Installation of Oracle Database Lite

2.1 Starting Oracle Universal Installer
2.1.1 Starting the Oracle Universal Installer on Windows
2.1.2 Starting Oracle Universal Installer on UNIX
2.1.2.1 Using the oraInventory Directory
2.1.2.2 Location of Files on UNIX
2.2 Installing Oracle Database Lite
2.2.1 Installation of Mobile Development Kit
2.2.2 Installation of Mobile Server
2.2.3 Installation of Multiple Mobile Servers Against the Same Mobile Server Repository
2.2.4 Custom Install
2.3 Starting Mobile Server
2.3.1 Set the DISPLAY Property When Exporting Mobile Manager from a Solaris Machine to a Windows Machine
2.4 Testing Your Mobile Server Installation

3 Upgrade Your Oracle Database Lite

3.1 Understand Desupported Devices
3.2 Upgrade Your Oracle Database Lite Installation
3.3 Upgrade Your Mobile Server Repository
3.4 Upgrade Your Existing Applications
3.4.1 Manual Upgrade Instructions For Web-to-Go Applications in Retrieving the OraUserProfile Class
3.5 Use the Appropriate Context for Your Mobile Server
3.6 Migrate Your Users From the Mobile Server Repostory to the Oracle Internet Directory
3.7 Remove the 5.0.2.x Installation
3.8 New Consolidator Sequence Properties Added During Upgrade

4 Quick Start for Oracle Database Lite

4.1 Installing the Sample Applications
4.2 Starting Oracle Database Lite and Its Job Scheduler
4.3 Starting a Windows 32 Application
4.3.1 Software Requirements for the Win32 Demo
4.3.2 Download the Mobile Client from the Mobile Server
4.3.3 Install the Mobile Client on the Win32 Device
4.3.4 Start the Win32 Sample Application
4.3.5 Enter and View Data in the Win32 Sample Application
4.3.6 Synchronize the Win32 Sample Application Data to the Database
4.4 Starting a Web-Based Application
4.4.1 Download the Mobile Client from the Mobile Server
4.4.2 Install the Web Mobile Client
4.4.3 Enter and Sync Data in the Web Client Sample
4.5 Starting a Windows CE Application
4.5.1 Verify the Software and Hardware Requirements for the Windows CE Demo
4.5.2 Download the Mobile Client from the Mobile Server
4.5.3 Install the Windows CE Mobile Client
4.5.4 Enter and View Data in the WinCE Sample Application
4.5.5 Synchronize the WinCE Application Data to the Database
4.6 Starting a Palm OS Application
4.6.1 Verify the Software and Hardware Requirements for the Palm OS Demo
4.6.2 Download the Mobile Client from the Mobile Server
4.6.3 Install the Palm OS Mobile Client
4.6.4 Execute the Palm OS Sample Application

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