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Best Practices for Oracle Database Lite (Olite) (Doc ID 405572.1)

Last updated on JULY 20, 2022

Applies to:

Oracle Lite - Version 10.2.0.1.0 to 10.3.0.3.0 [Release 10.2 to 10.3]
Information in this document applies to any platform.
Affected Database: Oracle

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This article is to reference all useful notes in Oracle Lite and help to make a best approach in Oracle Lite.

This is a complement of Documentation

Oracle� Database Lite Getting Started Guide
10g (10.2.0) and 10g (10.3.0) 

Limitations

<Document 399831.1> Oracle Database Lite Limitations

Administrations

<Document 429287.1> How To Check If Some Client Are Synchronizing

<Document 400725.1> How To Obtain Sync And Sql Trace Files on Oracle Lite clients

<Document 412982.1> How To Install Different JRE On The Client Webtogo Setup.exe

<Document 412785.1> How To Delete An Device From Mobile Server by Java API*

*Warning the java code API in Oracle Lite 10.3 can be deprecated during compilation.

<Document 234117.1> How to resolve the PoL-2000 error on a Client

<Document 463100.1> How to install samples demos without use repwizard tool

<Document 473461.1> How Create Publication Items On Base Tables With Unsupported Data Types

<Document 463309.1> How To Create an new Administrator User Into and OID / SSO

<Document 413563.1> Changing Webtogo Port With Mobile Server Running into OAS 10.1.2.0.2

<Document 368353.1> How to Install Lite10G Client for Pocket PC on Windows Mobile 5 Device

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