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SQL Anywhere 10.0.1 » MobiLink - Server Administration » Writing Synchronization Scripts in .NET » Writing .NET synchronization logic

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Printing information from .NET


You may choose to add statements to your .NET methods that print information to the MobiLink log using System.Console. Doing so can help you track the progress and behavior of your classes.

Performance tip

Printing information in this manner to the MobiLink log is a useful monitoring tool, but is not recommended in a production scenario.

The same technique can be exploited to log arbitrary synchronization information or collect statistical information on how your scripts are used.