Table '%1' has at least one timestamp column. Due to a timestamp precision mismatch, downloaded timestamps can lose precision,
resulting in inconsistent data
A remote database is synchronizing a table with at least one timestamp column while the timestamp precision of the remote
database is lower than that of the consolidated database. The downloaded value will lose precision after being stored into
the remote database. This situation creates a virtual difference in the synchronized timestamp data between the consolidated
database and the remote database. To avoid this data inconsistency problem, you should align timestamp precision across all
databases involved in your synchronization system.