When you have completed the design phase of a SQL Remote system, the next step is to create and deploy the remote databases and applications.
In some cases, deployment is a major undertaking. For example, if you have a large number of remote users in a sales force automation system, deployment involves the following steps:
In the case of large-scale deployments, remote sites are most commonly SQL Anywhere databases, and this chapter focuses on this case.
This chapter covers the following topics:
Creating remote databases Before you can deploy a SQL Remote system, you must create a remote database for each remote site.
Most of the description focuses on creating remote SQL Anywhere databases.
Synchronizing data Synchronization of a database is the setting up of the initial copy of data in the remote database.
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