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Each script corresponds to a particular event in the synchronization process. You write a script only when some action must occur. All unnecessary events can be left undefined.
The two principal parts of the process are the processing of uploaded information and the preparation of rows for downloading.
The MobiLink server reads and prepares each script once, when it is first needed. The script is then executed whenever the event is invoked.
For information about the full sequence of MobiLink events, see Overview of MobiLink events.
For the details of upload processing, see Writing scripts to upload rows.
For the details of download processing, see Writing scripts to download rows.
While each table can have its own table scripts, you can also write table-level scripts that are shared by several tables.
handle_error( error_code, error_message, user_name, table_name )
For reference material, including detailed information about each script and its parameters, see Synchronization events.
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