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This tab provides options for the dbmlsync SQL Anywhere client synchronization utility.
This tab has the following components:
Publication Type the name of the publication that is to be synchronized.
If there is only one publication in your database, you do not need to enter anything in this field.
ML password Type the MobiLink password for user authentication. If you have not entered a password, you must enter one here. If you are being prompted for a password, this is likely the only field you must complete. The password is case sensitive.
Change password Select this option to change the MobiLink password when synchronization occurs. Unless you are changing the MobiLink password, leave the checkbox blank.
New When changing the MobiLink password, type the new password. Unless you are changing the MobiLink password, leave this field blank.
Verify When changing the MobiLink password, type the new password again for verification. Unless you are changing the MobiLink password, leave this field blank.
Extended option Supply extended options to customize synchronization. You can supply schedule specifications and other extended options. For a list of available extended options, click the Extended Option Help button. This field is optional.
Site script Type the name of the script to be executed after synchronization. You can click Browse to locate the site script. This field is optional.
Retry on remote progress If the consolidated and client databases have different information about the last synchronization, you can select this option to retry the upload operation.
By default, uploads continue from the offset recorded by the consolidated database. If you select Retry on Remote Progress, the upload continues from the offset recorded in the client database as long as the offset recorded in the consolidated database is ahead of that at the client database.
If, in addition, you select Remote is Ahead, the upload is retried starting from the offset recorded in the client database even if the offset recorded in the client database is ahead of that recorded in the consolidated database. This option should be used with care. If the offset mismatch is the result of a restore of the consolidated database, changes that happened in the client database in the gap between the two recorded offsets are lost. The Remote is Ahead option may be useful when the client database transaction log has been truncated after the last successful synchronization.
Remote is behind Select Remote is Behind to retry the upload from the consolidated database's offset as long as the consolidated database's offset is ahead of that at the client database. This option is only enabled when you select Retry on Remote Progress. This is the default setting.
Remote is ahead Select Remote is Ahead to retry the upload from the offset recorded in the client database even if the client's offset is ahead of that recorded at the consolidated database. This option is only enabled when you select Retry on Remote Progress. This option should be used with care.
This option may be useful when you do not want to upload changes between the last successful synchronization and the recreation.
Verbose operation Select this option to record debugging and other diagnostic information in a log file. This field is optional.
Drop conflicting connections Synchronization requires access to all rows on the tables to be synchronized. Select this option to force connections with locks on these tables to be dropped. This field is optional.
Cmdline help Each option on the DBMLSync tab has an equivalent command line option. Click Cmdline Help to view a list of options and their description.
Extended option help Click to view a list of the names, default values, and descriptions of available extended options. You can also supply these options in the Extended Option field to customize synchronization.
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