Ordinarily, SQL Anywhere and UltraLite remote databases automatically log any changes made to tables or columns that are being
synchronized, and then upload these changes to the consolidated database during the next synchronization. This statement allows
you to temporarily suspend logging of delete operations to a SQL Anywhere or UltraLite remote database.
None of the delete operations executed on a connection between the time the connection executes STOP SYNCHRONIZATION DELETE
and the time the connection executes START SYNCHRONIZATION DELETE are synchronized.
A single START SYNCHRONIZATION DELETE statement restarts the logging, regardless of the number of STOP SYNCHRONIZATION DELETE
statements preceding it.
This statement can be useful to make corrections to a remote database, but should be used with caution as it effectively disables
Do not use STOP SYNCHRONIZATION DELETE if your application does not synchronize data.