The warning messages are written to the MobiLink server message log.
Many of the error messages contain the characters %1, %2, and so on. These characters are replaced by the parameters to the error message.
Each error has a numeric error code. Error codes are always negative. Warning codes are always positive. Zero means no error or warning.
Each warning is assigned a level between 1 and 5. The following table explains each level:
|1||Server or high level ODBC warnings when a MobiLink server starts or shuts down.|
|2||Synchronization and user level warnings when a synchronization starts and ends.|
|3||Schema level (including publications and tables) warnings.|
|4||Script and lower level ODBC warnings.|
|5||Table and row level warnings.|
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