In most applications, tables on the remote and consolidated databases have the same foreign key relationships. In these cases,
you should leave TableOrderChecking at its default value of ON, and dbmlsync ensures that no table is uploaded before another
table on which it has a foreign key. This ensures referential integrity.
This option is useful when the consolidated and remote databases have different foreign key relationships. Use it with the
TableOrder extended option to specify an order of tables that satisfies the referential integrity constraints on the server
even though it may violate those present on the remote.
This option is only useful when the TableOrder extended option is specified.