You can create a publication that contains all the columns, but only some of the rows, of a table from Sybase Central. In either case, you do so by writing a search condition that matches only the rows you want to publish.
Sybase Central and the SQL language provide two ways of publishing only some of the rows in a table; however, only one way is compatible with MobiLink.
WHERE clause You can use a WHERE clause to include a subset of rows in an article. All subscribers to the publication containing this article receive the rows that satisfy the WHERE clause.
Subscription expression You can use a subscription expression to include a different set of rows in different subscriptions to publications containing the article.
You can combine a WHERE clause and a subscription expression in an article. You can specify them in Sybase Central or in a CREATE PUBLICATION statement.
Use the Subscription expression when different subscribers to a publication are to receive different rows from a table. The Subscription expression is the most powerful method of partitioning tables.
Use the WHERE clause to exclude the same set of rows from all subscriptions to a publication.