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Hi, after upgrade to SQL Anywhere 12 MobiLink for Windows x86 I get below error which prevents me to deploy synchronization model from sybase central.

ERROR: Unexpected error encountered while generating event.
Error for: RHS of #set statement is null. Context will not be modified. table- scriptsdownload_delete_cursor.vm [line 44, column 8]

I have seen also below error. Althought this one doesn't worry me becouse I'm using a user-scripts in the afected table.

ERROR: Unexpected error encountered while generating event.
Error for: Method getColumns threw exception for reference $HELPER in template table-scriptsdownload_cursor.vm at [30,29]

asked 01 Sep '11, 05:04

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The errors suggest a problem with the column mappings for the corresponding table mapping(s). After making a backup copy of the synchronization model file, try updating schema for that synchronization model (both consolidated and remote schema), then check the status of the table mappings and column mappings.

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answered 01 Sep '11, 10:35

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Graham Hurst
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Hi Graham, thanks for your reply.

As you suggested, problem was not related to upgrade but column mapping.

I had a consolidated column not mapped to remote database. I fixed it and that resolved the problem.

(01 Sep '11, 14:14) David

David - if Graham's answer solved the problem, please could you mark the answer as Accepted? Thanks.

(01 Sep '11, 20:16) Tom Slee
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