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Palm OS on Server
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Palm OS on Server

Palm OS on Server

(OP)
Has anyone tried this as an enterprise solution? I've seen something in print about Palm-device servers but don't know of anyone who's used them. Also wondered if there are any Palm dbs that work with Oracle... I don't see any listed at PalmGear.

RE: Palm OS on Server

(OP)
Thanks, DougP, very helpful.

RE: Palm OS on Server

My company is presently evaluating the Palm Hotsync Server product.  This product allows for the inclusion of custom built conduits for connection to internal databases, etc. It is actually made by Aether Software (http://www.aethersoftware.com), and is also sold by them under the name "ScoutSync Server." They appear to have several viable Palm based enterprise products.

Other notable enterprise server based products that I am working with, or have seen:

AvantGo Enterprise Server
Xcellenet Afaria

I am sure there are others.

RE: Palm OS on Server

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Thanks, lauridsd. If you get a chance, please post again when your eval is complete.

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