To use a SQL Anywhere database as a primary site, you need to use the Log Transfer Manager (LTM), the replication agent for SQL Anywhere. The LTM supports Replication Server version 10.0 and later. See http://www.sybase.com/detail?id=1002288.
The following diagram illustrates the components required for SQL Anywhere to participate in a Replication Server installation as a primary site. The arrows in the diagram represent data flow.
The SQL Anywhere database server manages the database.
The SQL Anywhere Log Transfer Manager connects to the database. It scans the transaction log to pick up changes to the data, and sends them to Replication Server.
Replication Server sends the changes to replicate site databases.
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