Allows you to specify the encryption key for strongly encrypted databases directly on the command line.
dbmlsync -ek key ...
If you have a strongly encrypted database, you must provide the encryption key to use the database or transaction log in any way, including offline transactions. For strongly encrypted databases, you must specify either -ek or -ep, but not both. The command fails if you do not specify a key for a strongly encrypted database.
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