Specifies the listener objects used to process global synchronization and SQL pass-through messages.
Visual Basic Public Sub SetGlobalListener( _ ByVal syncListener As ULSyncProgressListener, _ ByVal sqlListener As ULSqlPassthroughProgressListener _ )
C# public void SetGlobalListener( ULSyncProgressListener syncListener, ULSqlPassthroughProgressListener sqlListener );
syncListener The ULSyncProgressListener object that implements SyncProgressed(), which is called for global synchronization messages.
sqlListener The ULSqlPassthroughProgressListener object that implements ScriptProgressed(), which is called as each SQL pass-through script is executed.
When the SYNCHRONIZE profileName SQL statement is executed, its progress messages are routed to syncListener, if not null (Nothing in Visual Basic).
A number of SQL scripts may be available and automatically executed when a database is connected. Also, scripts may be passed down in a subsequent synchronization, and executed directly with ULConnection.ExecuteSQLPassthroughScripts(). In either case, script progress messages will be routed to sqlListener, if not null (Nothing in Visual Basic).
To remove either listener pass a null reference in a call to SetGlobalListener. As of 11.0, applications no longer need to remove listeners before exiting.
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