Pol-5174 Connection doesn't exist

I have one PDA for multiple users. So on my mobile server, i publish my application and attach users.
When i do the first synchronization with user1, no problem, the db is created.
But after that, i want to do a synchronization with user2, and then an error occurs : POL-5174 Connection doesn't exist.
What's the problem ? Isn't possible to synchronize a PDA with different users ?

I registered a tar -> 4884342.993 but do not have an answer yet.
An interesting aside is I uninstalled the oracle lite PPC2003 ARMV4 Version 10.2.0.1.0 client.
I then put the oracle lite PPC2003 ARMV4 Version 10.0.0.0.0 client on the pda
and synced to the 10g r2 server and it works. I can sync both users and get the
appropriate data for each user.
I then put the client PPC2003 ARMV4 Version 10.2.0.1.0 client back on and now
get the famous pol-5174 error.

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