This page allows you to choose advanced options for the UltraLite Synchronization utility (ulsync).
This page has the following components:
If you want to specify additional command-line options for ulsync, type them below Type any additional command-line options for ulsync.
The following table lists the options you can specify.
|-c "connection-string"||Required. Connect to the database as identified in the DBF or file_name parameter of your connection-string. If you do not specify both a user ID and a password, the default UID of DBA and PWD of sql are assumed.|
|-oa||Cancel the process if it identifies that the database was created by a previous version of UltraLite (which would cause the database to be upgraded).|
Synchronize the database in read-only mode. UltraLite makes a copy of the original file, and then uses the copy to test your scripts without altering the database. Changes to the copied file are discarded upon completion.
If you are connecting directly from the desktop to a database already deployed to a Windows Mobile device, the parameter is not supported.
|-ou||Upgrade the database if it was created with an older UltraLite release.|
Synchronize using the named sync profile, equivalent to:
where sync options are taken from the trailing ulsync options. For example:
|-q||Set the utility to run in quiet mode. Suppress informational banners, version numbers, and status messages. Error messages are still displayed, however.|
|-r||Display last synchronization results and exit.|
|-s||Run available SQL passthrough scripts after syncing. Note that SQL passthrough functionality has been deprecated. Changing SQL passthrough information will only affect version 11.x clients.|
|-v||Display synchronization progress messages. This also determines whether progress is displayed for any synchronization, whether using the C++ API or the SQL synchronize profile statement. See CREATE SYNCHRONIZATION PROFILE statement [UltraLite] [UltraLiteJ].|
Where do you want to save the command file that will be generated for starting ulsync? Type the location where you want the command file saved, or click Browse to select the file.
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