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dbmlsync syntax


Use the dbmlsync utility to synchronize SQL Anywhere remote databases with a consolidated database.

Syntax

dbmlsync [ options ] [ transaction-logs-directory ]

Option

Description

@data

Read in options from the specified environment variable or configuration file. See @data option.

-a

Do not prompt for input again on error. See -a option

-ap

Specify authentication parameters. See -ap option.

-ba file-name

Apply a download file. See -ba option.

-bc file-name

Create a download file. See -bc option.

-be string

When creating a download file, add a string. See -be option.

-bg

When creating a download file, make it suitable for new remotes. See -bg option.

-c connection-string

Supply database connection parameters in the form parm1=value1; parm2=value2,... If you do not supply this option, a dialog will appear and you must supply connection information. See -c option.

-d

Drop any other connections to the database whose locks conflict with the articles to be synchronized. See -d option.

-dc

Continue a previously failed download. See -dc option.

-dl

Display log messages on the console. See -dl option.

-drs bytes

For restartable downloads, specify the maximum amount of data that may need to be resent after a communications failure. See -drs option.

-ds

Perform a download-only synchronization. See -ds option.

-e "option=value"...

Specify extended options. See MobiLink SQL Anywhere Client Extended Options.

-eh

Ignore errors that occur in hook functions.

-ek key

Specify encryption key. See -ek option.

-ep

Prompt for encryption key. See -ep option.

-eu

Specify extended options for upload defined by most recent -n option. See -eu option.

-is

Ignore schedule. See -is option.

-k

Close window on completion. See -k option (deprecated).

-l

List available extended options. See -l option.

-mn password

Specify new MobiLink password. See -mn option.

-mp password

Specify MobiLink password. See -mp option.

-n name

Specify synchronization publication name(s). See -n option.

-o logfile

Log output messages to this file. See -o option.

-os size

Specify a maximum size for the output log, at which point the log is renamed. See -os option.

-ot logfile

Delete the contents of the log file and then log output messages to it. See -ot option.

-p

Disable logscan polling. See -p option.

-pc+Maintain an open connection to the MobiLink server between synchronizations. See -pc option

-pd dllname;...

Preload specified dlls for Windows CE. See -pd option.

-pi

Test that you can connect to MobiLink. See -pi option.

-pp number

Set logscan polling period. See -pp option.

-q

Run in minimized window. See -q option.

-r[ a | b ]

Use client progress values for upload retry. See -r option.

-sc

Reload schema information before each synchronization. See -sc option.

-tu

Perform transactional upload. See -tu option.

-u ml_username

Specify the MobiLink user to synchronize. See -u option.

-uo

Perform upload-only synchronization. See -uo option.

-urc row-estimate

Specify an estimate of the number of rows that will be uploaded. See -urc option.

-uxFor Solaris and Linux, open the console. See -ux option.

-v[ levels ]

Verbose operation. See -v option.

-wc classname

Specify a window class name. See -wc option.

-x

Rename and restart the transaction log. See -x option.

transaction-logs-directory

Specify the location of the transaction log. See Transaction Log File, below.

Remarks

Run dbmlsync on the command line to synchronize a SQL Anywhere remote database with a consolidated database.

To locate and connect to the MobiLink server, dbmlsync uses the information on the publication, synchronization user, synchronization subscription, or command line.

Transaction log file    The transaction-logs-directory is the directory that contains the transaction log for the SQL Anywhere remote database. There is an active transaction log and transaction log archive files, both of which may be required by dbmlsync to determine what to upload. You must specify this parameter if all of the following are true:

For more information, see Transaction log files.

dbmlsync event hooks    There are also dbmlsync client stored procedures that can help you customize the synchronization process. For more information, see Introduction to dbmlsync hooks and Event Hooks for SQL Anywhere Clients.

Using dbmlsync    For more information about using dbmlsync, see Initiating synchronization.

See also