You can create push requests in any way that you cause data to be inserted into a table. Following is a list of common ways
to create push requests:
- Specify SQL synchronization logic in Notifier properties. The most obvious property for creating push requests is the begin_poll
A benefit of creating push requests inside the Notifier is that contention is minimized because only one database connection
is used for push requests.
See begin_poll property.
- Define a database trigger. For example, create a trigger that detects when a price changes and then inserts push request data
into a table of push requests.
See Introduction to triggers.
- Use MobiLink synchronization logic to create push requests that notify other MobiLink users. For example, create an end_upload
script that detects that a specific change has been uploaded and then creates a push request to update other users who should
have the same data.
See end_upload table event.
- Use a database client application that inserts data into a push request table directly.
- Manually insert push request data using an Interactive SQL utility.