You may want to include the features of dbmlsync in your application, rather than provide a separate executable to your remote users.
There are two ways to do this:
Use the Dbmlsync Integration Component.
For more information, see Dbmlsync integration component (deprecated).
If you are developing in any language that can call a DLL, then you can access dbmlsync through the DBTools interface. If you are programming in C or C++, you can include the dbtools.h header file, located in the SDK\Include subdirectory of your SQL Anywhere 11 directory. This file contains a description of the a_sync_db structure and the DBSynchronizeLog function, which you use to add this functionality to your application. This solution works on all supported platforms, including Windows and Unix.
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