You can create a publication that contains all the rows, but only some of the columns of a table from Sybase Central or by listing the columns in the CREATE PUBLICATION statement.
If you create two publications that include the same table with different column subsets, then any user that subscribes to both publications is unable to synchronize.
An article must include all the primary key columns in the table.
Connect to the remote database as a user with DBA authority using the SQL Anywhere plug-in.
Open the Publications folder.
Choose File » New » Publication.
In the What Do You Want To Name The New Publication field, enter a name for the new publication. Click Next.
On the Available Tables list, select a table. Click Add.
In the Available Columns list, expand the list of available columns. Select a column and click Add.
Connect to the remote database as a user with DBA authority.
Execute a CREATE PUBLICATION statement that specifies the publication name and the table name. List the published columns in parenthesis following the table name.
The following statement creates a publication that publishes all rows of the id, company_name, and city columns of the customer table:
CREATE PUBLICATION pub_customer ( TABLE customer (id, company_name, city ) )
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