My Journey – Enterprise Mobility – Sybase Unwired Platform(SUP)

In Enterprise Mobility by NLN2 Comments

Almost 3 years ago, CTO of my first company gave me a DVD and asked me to explore a new Mobile Middleware Platform named SUP 1.0. This is how I got into Sybase Unwired Platform. Even though I was a Windows Mobile Developer and know the basics of Mobility, I had a lot of struggle in installing & configuring SUP. I still remember those days when SUP allowed MBO modelling from Visual Studio(VS) 2008 and the struggle thaMy Journey in Enterprise Mobilityt I had to put to bring the VS plugin up and running. It took about a weeks time to figure out the issue and it was with Java path settings.

I followed the traditional way of learning SUP by reading Sybase’s infocenter help, which was the only material available for SUP at that time. I created one Windows Mobile Application by connecting to the SQLAnywhere Database using out of the box test data base called ‘sampleDB’  in less than an hour. I was very much excited to see the records from sampleDB database on device without much of an effort and realized the power of a Mobile Middleware Platform.

Since then, I have been working with Sybase Unwired Platform, which is now one of the leading Mobile Enterprise Application Platforms (MEAPs) available in the market.

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Comments ( 2 )

  1. harish

    Great Blog..! Really Loved a lot and keep your postings into the blog.
    Currently i am working as a sup consultant in SAP Labs. Basically i am .net developer,so i have small interest to integrate sup and windows mobile but unfortunately i am unable to connect to scc from my code.
    If you have sample code for 2.1.3 or above could you please share with me.
    Previously I tried what was the code available in info center but no use.


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