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Hi Experts!

Is it possible to use dbmlsync to replicate a ultralite database? If so, how? If not, is there a similar utility for ultralite databases?

Thank you in advance! Paula

asked 12 May '14, 11:14

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In addition to what Tom answered, there is the ulsync command line utility.

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answered 12 May '14, 11:56

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Thanks a bunch! The ulsync is what I'm looking for.

(12 May '14, 13:02) Paula M

UltraLite has a synchronization client built in, so the equivalent to running dbmlsync is to call the synchronize() function in whichever programming language you are using.

(If you want to use a similar interface to both an UltraLite and a SQL Anywhere database, both support a SYNCHRONIZE SQL statement: in SQL Anywhere this runs dbmlsync, and in UltraLite it uses the client features built into the library.)

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answered 12 May '14, 11:17

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