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MobiLink system tables store information about MobiLink users, subscriptions, tables, scripts, script versions, and other information. They are required for MobiLink synchronization. Unlike other system tables, you can modify the MobiLink system tables, although in most cases you do not need to.
MobiLink system tables are created when you run the MobiLink setup script for your consolidated database. They must be stored on your consolidated database. The database user who runs the setup script is the owner of the MobiLink system tables that are created by the script.
See Setting up a consolidated database.
This chapter provides data types for the MobiLink system tables in SQL Anywhere consolidated databases. In some RDBMSs, the data types are slightly different.
DB2 mainframe version 8.1 supports a backward compatibility mode, where column names and other identifiers are limited to a maximum of 18 characters. To support this environment, all MobiLink system objects in DB2 mainframe have names of 18 characters or less. See IBM DB2 mainframe system table name conversions.
IBM DB2 LUW version 5.2 only supports column names and other identifiers of 18 characters or less. In a DB2 LUW 5.2 consolidated database, MobiLink system table names are truncated where necessary.
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