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Deploy Synchronization Model wizard: Introduction

When you have completed your model, you deploy it with the Deploy Synchronization Model wizard. There are multiple things that can be deployed:

Deploying to the consolidated database

The Deploy wizard provides two options for deploying to the consolidated database:

Deploying remote databases

You can choose to use an existing remote database or have the wizard create one for you. The wizard can create remote databases directly or you can have it create a SQL file that creates the remote databases.

The wizard creates a remote database (either SQL Anywhere or UltraLite) with default database creation options using the database owner that you specified in the model. Alternatively, you can create a remote database outside of the Create Synchronization Model wizard with your own custom settings and use the wizard to add the required remote tables, or you can deploy to an existing remote database that already has the remote tables.

Deploying batch files to run synchronization tools

The wizard can create the following batch files:


After deploying a model, you can alter it. The best way to alter the model is to make changes in Sybase Central Model mode and then re-deploy it. You can also alter your deployed system in Sybase Central Admin mode or by directly changing the database using system procedures or using other methods. However, when you alter a deployed model, you cannot reverse-engineer it back to the model.

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