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From the MobiLink QuickStart Guide it says that the developer creates server synchronization logic to determine how the upload is applied ( synchronization script writing ) -

Does any synchronization logic come out of the box? For example given identical dB schema, can MobiLink just keep the data in sync?

Additionally, is there a document that describes how to update the schema in remote and consolidated dB?

asked 20 Feb '15, 11:11

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For example given identical dB schema, can MobiLink just keep the data in sync?

Do you assume there is already data in the consolidated and/or the remote(s) before you setup MobiLink?

(20 Feb '15, 11:44) Volker Barth

The MobiLink wizard in Sybase Central ALMOST makes synchronization of identical schema out-of-the-box-easy because it simplifies the generation of all the required scripts.

However... if (for example) your databases are large and your tables don't contain last-updated columns in each row being downloaded, then setting up synchronization isn't going to be effort-free.

The SQL Anywhere Help contains a discussion of Schema changes in remote MobiLink clients.

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answered 20 Feb '15, 11:40

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