Controls which levels of warning message to display.
mlsrv11 -c "connection-string" -zw levels
MobiLink has five levels of warning messages:
|0||Suppress all warning messages|
|1||Server and high ODBC level: warning messages when the MobiLink server starts|
|2||Synchronization and user level: warning messages when a synchronization starts|
|3||Schema level: warning messages when a MobiLink server is processing a client schema|
|4||Script and lower ODBC level: warning messages when a MobiLink server fetches, prepares, or executes scripts|
|5||Table or row level: warning messages when a MobiLink server performs table operations in an upload or download|
To specify the level of warning messages you want reported, you can separate levels with a comma, or separate a range with two dots. For example, -zw 1..3,5 is the same as -zw 1,2,3,5.
The reporting of messages has a slight impact on performance. Levels with a higher number tend to produce more messages.
If -zw is used more than once in the same command line, MobiLink recognizes only the last instance. If settings of -zw, -zwd, and -zwe conflict, MobiLink gives priority to -zwe, then -zwd, then -zw.
The default is 1,2,3,4,5, which indicates that all levels of warning message should be displayed.
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