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->Also please let me know how the Oracle Lite is licenced if I have 300 odd users of this offline applications
you should speak to your local oracle rep about that, for us for example they gave a pretty cheap packet for olite 10gr3+ 11g repository
->need to use only database part of Oracle Lite and not mobile server.
you cant do that. mobile server is the application server that handles the synchronization process from the server side. when a client tries to sync he actually connects to the mobile server and asks for the database changes , the mobile server know what the client must get so he packs it and give it to him
->you can ofc make lightweight .net apps using olite. we make olite apps even for wince handhelds. so yes ofcourse you can. olite had a win32 client also.
->can it run from usb.
ok here to be honest ive never tried that myself, looks kinda weird as a requirement to be honest but i dont see why it shouldnt run. if you set up the paths correctly you shouldnt have a problem i think.
->offline application will have more or less similar data entry forms and storage structure
yes ofcourse , if i have 3 tables in server i can choose to have 2(or all ) of them on the client too. i can even separate which client gets what. for instance if client a sells houses in new york he will get only the house table rows for new york. if another sells for chicago he will get those instead and etc.
->all client apps are offline and sync periodically (when you choose) to the server
Please be aware that Oracle Lite is no longer available, and is not being actively developed.
For the Lite Client Database, the recommended replacement product is Berkeley DB
For sync and device management, the recommended replacement product is Database Mobile Server
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