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I need to develop a process to update remote schemas to match the consolidated database (using MobiLink). I found a TechWave presentation titled "Pushing Schema Changes to Remote Databases using MobiLink" dated August, 2007. Does anyone know if there are any instructions or documentation that is more recent?

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What version of MobiLink are you targeting, and what type of remote databases will you be using (UL or SA)?

(16 Mar '12, 10:18) Reg Domaratzki
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SA 12 / MobiLink 12 Consolidated is ASE 15

(16 Mar '12, 10:24) TL1

In that case, the new features in v12 that deal with Central Administration of Remote Databases is definitely where you should start.

(16 Mar '12, 11:28) Reg Domaratzki
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While the presentation you mention was possibly one of the best ever written, and was presented perfectly at TechWave, a lot has changed in five years.

A significant amount of effort was put into the v12 release around the central administration of the remote databases, of which pushing schema changes is an integral part.

I would start with the documentation link below, and see if the new features in v12 line up with your needs.

http://dcx.sybase.com/index.html#1201/en/mlserver/ml-centraladmin.html

Reg

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