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Migrate Oracle Database Lite 10g Release 3 to Oracle Database Mobile Server 11GR1 (Doc ID 1466176.1)

Last updated on JULY 25, 2023

Applies to:

Oracle Database Mobile Server - Version and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.Purpose

 This is the first version of the Oracle Database Mobile Server, which contains most of the components of the previous Oracle Database Lite product, with a few exceptions. The Oracle Lite client is no longer supported. Instead, all synchronization originates from either a Berkeley DB or SQLite client. Thus, if you have been using Oracle Database Lite in the past, all Oracle Database Lite Mobile Clients will need to be migrated to either of these supported mobile clients. In addition, your mobile server needs to be upgraded to the 11g version of the mobile server.


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In this Document
 1.1 Pre-Upgrade Instructions
 1.2 Mobile Server Farm Upgrade
 1.3 Migrate Oracle Database Lite to Oracle Database Mobile Server
 1.3.1 Decision to Upgrade to the Same or a Separate ORACLE_HOME Migrating in the Same ORACLE_HOME Migrating in a Separate ORACLE_HOME
 1.3.2 Upgrade Your Mobile Server Repository
 1.4 Upgrade Your Existing Applications
 1.4.1 Migrate Your Users From the Mobile Server Repository to Oracle Internet Directory (OID)
 1.5 Upgrade Mobile Clients
 1.5.1 Upgrade Oracle Mobile Clients from De-Supported Mobile Client Platforms

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