Each SQL Anywhere database that participates in a Replication Server installation needs to be configured before it can do so. Configuring the database involves the following tasks:
Selecting a secure user ID for the maintenance user and the name used by Replication Server when materializing data.
Setting up the database for Replication Server.
Configuring the language and character set, where necessary.
Each primary site SQL Anywhere database requires an LTM to send data to Replication Server. Each primary or replicate site SQL Anywhere database requires an Open Server definition so that Replication Server can connect to the database.
For information about configuring the LTM, see Configuring the LTM.
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