I am very new to Ultralite database to Mobilink server synchronization system. I got an app where this synchronization is already working and records are being synched properly. Now i want to create a new table that should synch as well. I have created a table in remote db and on server db as well but they are not getting synched up. I need a step by step or proper guide how to create a new tables and get them synched properly .Thanks in advance.

asked 06 Nov '16, 00:12

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RTFM :-)

There are various tutorials available, e.g.:

http://dcx.sap.com/index.html#sa160/en/uladmin/fo-custdb.html

http://dcx.sap.com/index.html#sa160/en/mlstart/ml-sc-tutorial.html

Since you didn't mention it, and since it's one of the steps less obvious to beginners, my guess is you forgot to add the new table to a publication in the UL db. The publication(s) control(s) which tables are synchronized.

HTH

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answered 07 Nov '16, 06:57

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Just to add:

Adding a table to a remote database leads to a "schema upgrade".

When supporting more than one remote database with MobiLink, you will ususally have to define a new "script version" to allow both remote databases with the old and the new schema to sync with the consolidated database in parallel, i.e. old remotes would use, say, "version 1" and newer ones "version 2", including the newly added table...

(07 Nov '16, 07:39) Volker Barth
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