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In previous versions of UltraLite, 10 and 12 and UltraLite.Net 17, the ULConnection object contains an object call SyncParams where we set its fields for syncing. We did not have to build a Sync string. Now in UltraLite for WinRT we have to build a Sync string with these parameters and values delimited by a semicolon. I have been searching for a definitive list of parameters and the proper syntax for each, esp. the “stream” parameter. But I have not been able to find one. I really don’t want to play a guessing game on which parameters are still valid and whether I’m spelling them correctly and using them correctly. Could some provide a link to such a place? Thanks.

asked 17 May '17, 15:22

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The format of the string is the same as for a "synchronization profile", as shown here: DCX CREATE SYNCHRONIZATION PROFILE, or on the ulsync utility command line.

The main parameters list is here: DCX UltraLite synchronization parameters. Also DCX UltraLite synchronization profile options

The network protocol options (which go in the brackets following the stream type in the stream parameter) list is here: DCX MobiLink client network protocol options

UltraLite should tell you if you spell anything incorrectly.

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answered 17 May '17, 16:05

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