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Synchronization Profile Properties window: Miscellaneous Dbmlsync

This tab has the following components:

  • Authentication parameters   Specifies the authentication parameters. Multiple values can be specified, separated by commas. The parameters are sent to the MobiLink server and passed to the authenticate_parameters script or other events on the consolidated database. See -ap dbmlsync option.

  • Upload row count   Specifies an estimate of the number of rows to be uploaded in a synchronization. See -urc dbmlsync option.

  • Log rename size   Specifies an estimate maximum size for the transaction log. After synchronization, if the transaction log is larger than the specified size then it is renamed and restarted. If you specify 0, then after synchronization, the database renames and restarts the transaction log. See -x dbmlsync option.

  • Ignore hook errors   Specifies whether to ignore errors that occur in hook functions. See -eh dbmlsync option.

  • Ignore scheduling   Specifies whether to ignore scheduling instructions so that synchronization is immediate. See -is dbmlsync option.

  • Kill connections   Specifies whether to drop conflicting locks to the remote database. See -d dbmlsync option.

On progress mismatch, use remote progress:

Choose the offsets to use when there is a disagreement between the remote and consolidated database offsets. See Progress offsets.

  • Never   Specifies that the remote offset should never be used to update the consolidated database. Instead, the values from the consolidated database should be used to update the offsets on the remote.

    If there is any disagreement between the remote and consolidated database offsets, the default behavior is to update the offsets on the remote with values from the consolidated and then send a new upload based on those offsets.

  • If less than consolidated progress   Specifies that the remote offset should be used if it is less than the consolidated offset (such as when the remote database has been restored from backup). This is equivalent to the -rb option. See -r dbmlsync option.

  • If greater than consolidated progress   Specifies that the remote offset should be used if it is greater than the consolidated offset. This option is provided only for very rare circumstances and may cause data loss. This is equivalent to the -ra option. See -r dbmlsync option.

  • Always   Specifies that the remote offset should always be used.