This tab has the following components:
Password Type the password for the user. Passwords are case sensitive. See Passwords.
New password Type the new password for the user. Passwords are case sensitive.
Confirm new password Confirm the password that you typed in the New Password field by typing it again. The contents of the two fields must match exactly.
Verbosity Allows you to specify what information is logged to the dbmlsync message log file and is displayed in the dbmlsync messages window. A high level of verbosity may affect performance and should normally be used in the development phase only. See -v dbmlsync option.
None Choose this option to turn off logging. This is the default.
Basic plus the following settings Choose this option to specify that a small amount of information should be logged. Select one or more of the following settings.
Uploads Logs information about the upload steam. See VerboseUpload (vu) extended option.
Downloads Logs information about the download steam.
Row counts Logs the number of rows that are uploaded and downloaded. See VerboseRowCounts (vn) extended option.
Row data Logs the values of rows that are uploaded and downloaded. See VerboseRowValues (vr) extended option.
Options Logs information about the command line options (including extended options) that you specified when starting dbmlsync. See Verbose (v) extended option.
Hooks Logs messages related to hook scripts. See VerboseHooks (vs) extended option.
High Choose this option to turn on all logging options. A high level of verbosity may affect performance and should normally be used in the development phase only. See -v dbmlsync option.
Connection strings Select this option to include the connection string in the dbmlsync message log.
MobiLink passwords Select this option to include the password in the dbmlsync message log.
Background synchronization Allows you to specify options to control the size of the cache dbmlsync uses when uploading and downloading data.
Enable background synchronization Select this option to enable background synchronization.
Number of retries for interrupted synchronizations
Select Maximum and specify an integer value. Dbmlsync retries the synchronization up to the number of times specified until it completes. After the specified number of attempts, if the synchronization has not completed, then it is run as a foreground synchronization so it can complete without interruption.
If you specify 0, then dbmlsync does not retry the interrupted synchronization. See Background synchronization profile option.
Select Unlimited. to have dbmlysnc retry an interrupted synchronization until it completes, successfully or unsuccessfully, without being interrupted. See BackgroundRetry synchronization profile option.
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