Publications define a set of articles that describe the data to be synchronized. Each article can be a whole table, or can define a subset of the data in a table. You can include an optional predicate (a WHERE clause) if you want to define a subset of rows from a given table.
Publications are more flexible than creating tables with SYNCHRONIZE OFF. To synchronize data subsets of an UltraLite database separately, use multiple publications. You can then combine publications with upload-only or download-only synchronization parameters to synchronize high-priority changes efficiently.
The maximum number of user publications in UltraLite is 63.
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