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SYSSYNC system view

The SYSSYNC system view contains information relating to MobiLink synchronization. Some columns in this view contain potentially sensitive data. For that reason, access to this view is restricted to users with DBA authority. The SYSSYNC2 view provides public access to the data in this view except for the potentially sensitive columns. The underlying system table for this view is ISYSSYNC.

Column name Column type Description
sync_id UNSIGNED INT A number that uniquely identifies the row.
type CHAR(1) The type of synchronization object: D means definition, T means template, and S means site.
publication_id UNSIGNED INT A publication_id found in the SYSPUBLICATION system view.
progress UNSIGNED BIGINT The log offset of the last successful upload.
site_name CHAR(128) A MobiLink user name.
"option" LONG VARCHAR Synchronization options.
server_connect LONG VARCHAR The address or URL of the MobiLink server.
server_conn_type LONG VARCHAR The communication protocol, such as TCP/IP, to use when synchronizing.
last_download_time TIMESTAMP Indicates the last time a download stream was received from the MobiLink server.
last_upload_time TIMESTAMP Indicates the last time (measured at the MobiLink server) that information was successfully uploaded. The default is jan-1-1900.
created UNSIGNED BIGINT The log offset at which the subscription was created.
log_sent UNSIGNED BIGINT The log progress up to which information has been uploaded. It is not necessary that an acknowledgement of the upload be received for the entry in this column to be updated.
generation_number INTEGER For file-base downloads, the last generation number received for this subscription. The default is 0.
extended_state VARCHAR(1024) For internal use only.
Constraints on underlying system table

PRIMARY KEY (sync_id)

FOREIGN KEY (publication_id) references SYS.ISYSPUBLICATION (publication_id)