This tutorial describes how to perform a schema change on a remote database involved in synchronization where the dbmlsync ScriptVersion extended option is not being used. In this tutorial, you set up a synchronization system that synchronizes a single table, and then make a schema change to add a column to the synchronizing table and continue synchronizing.
Lesson 1: Creating and configuring the consolidated database
Lesson 2: Creating and configuring the remote database
Lesson 3: Synchronizing the remote database
Lesson 4: Inserting data in the remote database
Lesson 5: Performing a schema change on the consolidated database
Lesson 6: Performing a schema change on the remote database
Lesson 7: Inserting data
Lesson 8: Synchronizing
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