Changes to property values only affect synchronization requests made after the property value was changed.
The server path property can be set to specify the directory from which the client should start dbmlsync.exe when the StartServer method
is called. When this property is not set, dbmlsync.exe is found using the PATH environment variable. If there are multiple
versions of SQL Anywhere installed on your computer, it is recommended that you specify the location of dbmlsync.exe using
the server path property because the PATH environment variable may locate a dbmlsync executable from another installed version of SQL Anywhere.
ret = cli->SetProperty("server path", "c:\\sa12\\bin32");
The properties control the types of events that are returned by the GetEvent method. By disabling events that you do not require
you may be able to improve performance. An event type is enabled by setting the corresponding property to "1" and disabled
by setting the property to "0".
The following is a table of available property names and the event types that each name controls: