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How to reuse an existing MBO in the server

Hi experts,

Last week, I rent an SUP server instance on Cloudshare and I developed several Mobile Business Objects.

Because that the Sybase Unwired Workspace is installed on the server, I have to develop via remote desktop connection. And, the remote desktop connection is very slow.

Today, I installed the Sybase Unwired Workspace on my local laptop and I want to develop a new app, The new app requires an existing MBO on the SUP server.

Could you tell me how to import the MBO to my local Sybase Unwired Workspace?

Please note that I cannot re-create the MBO from my local laptop because (1) the MBO uses the Sybase sample database as the data source, and (2) I cannot connect to the sample database from my local laptop.

I studied an SUP book. The book said that the MBO is a re-usable data model. However, the book did not mention how to re-use the MBO.

Please help. If you need more details about my problem, please reply.

Thanks a lot.

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  • Posted on Sep 06, 2013 at 09:07 AM

    Michael Lee

    On your local machine, in workspace> file> import

    copy the mbo project to your machine.

    make a zip file of it

    go to file> import>General>Existing projects into workspace

    select archive file>browse to the desired location

    (2) I cannot connect to the sample database from my local laptop.

    since you dont have accessing to backend, it will put you in trouble.

    Imported project would look for backend information. Unavailability of backend details, it will show error.

    You wont be able to deploy mbo to sup server also.

    Rgrds,

    Jitendra

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