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The following is a list of behavior changes from previous versions of the software.
Change in the order hooks are called The order in which event hooks are called has been changed. This means that incremental uploads are now more efficient, as the upload events are the only part of the synchronization sequence that is repeated for each incremental update.
Fix to row-wise partitioning for publications for Adaptive Server Anywhere clients Publications containing a WHERE clause now only replicate rows that meet the WHERE condition. From versions 8.0.0 through 9.0.0, a bug existed that caused rows to be replicated when the WHERE clause evaluated to an unknown value. For example, if a publication WHERE clause had "WHERE val = 1", rows where val was NULL would also be replicated. This bug affected both SQL Remote and Adaptive Server Anywhere MobiLink clients.
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