Use this statement to stop the logging of deleted rows for MobiLink synchronization.
STOP SYNCHRONIZATION DELETE
UltraLite databases automatically log changes made to rows that need to be synchronized. UltraLite uploads these changes to the consolidated database during the next synchronization. This statement allows you to stop the logging of deleted rows, previously started using a STOP SYNCHRONIZATION DELETE statement. This command can be useful when making corrections to a remote database, but should be used with caution as it effectively disables MobiLink synchronization. You should only stop deletion logging temporarily.
When a STOP SYNCHRONIZATION DELETE statement is executed, no further delete operations executed on that connection are synchronized. The effect continues until a START SYNCHRONIZATION DELETE statement is executed.
Do not use STOP SYNCHRONIZATION DELETE if your application does not synchronize data.
The way in which UltraLite traces row states is unique. Be sure you understand the implication of deletes and row states. See UltraLite row states.
The following sequence of SQL statements illustrates how to use START SYNCHRONIZATION DELETE and STOP SYNCHRONIZATION DELETE.
STOP SYNCHRONIZATION DELETE; DELETE FROM PROPOSAL WHERE last_modified < months( CURRENT TIMESTAMP, -1 ); START SYNCHRONIZATION DELETE; COMMIT;
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