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SQL Anywhere 11.0.1 (Français) » UltraLite - Database Management and Reference » Using UltraLite Databases » UltraLite CustDB samples


Lesson 4: Synchronize with the CustDB consolidated database

For synchronization to take place, the MobiLink server must be running. If you have shut down your MobiLink server, you need to restart it. See Lesson 2: Log in and populate the UltraLite remote database.

The synchronization process for the sample application removes approved orders from your database.

You can use Interactive SQL or Sybase Central to connect to the consolidated database and confirm that your changes were synchronized.

♦  To synchronize the UltraLite remote
  1. To synchronize your data, from the File menu choose Synchronize.

  2. Confirm that synchronization took place.

    • At the remote database, you can confirm that all required transactions occurred by checking that the approved order for Apple Street Builders is now deleted. Perform this action by browsing the orders to confirm the absence of this entry.

    • At the consolidated database, you can also confirm that all required actions occurred by checking data in the consolidated database.

♦  To confirm the synchronization (Sybase Central)
  1. Choose Start » Programs » SQL Anywhere 11 » Sybase Central.

  2. Choose Connections » Connect With SQL Anywhere 11.

  3. Click ODBC Data Source Name.

  4. Click Browse and choose SQL Anywhere 11 CustDB.

  5. Click OK.

  6. Click OK.

  7. Double-click Tables.

  8. Double-click ULOrder (DBA).

  9. Click the Data tab and verify that order 5100 is approved, order 5101 is denied, and order 5102 is deleted.

♦  To confirm the synchronization (Interactive SQL)
  1. Connect to the consolidated database from Interactive SQL.

    1. From the Start menu, choose Programs » SQL Anywhere 11 » Interactive SQL.

    2. Click ODBC Data Source Name and choose SQL Anywhere 11 CustDB.

  2. To confirm that the approval and denial have been synchronized, execute the following statement:

    SELECT order_id, status
    FROM ULOrder
    WHERE status IS NOT NULL;

    The results show that order 5100 is approved, and 5101 is denied.

  3. The deleted order has an order_id of 5102. The following query returns no rows, demonstrating that the order has been removed from the system.

    SELECT *
    FROM ULOrder
    WHERE order_id = 5102;