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Synchronization in direct mode Hide the details
True if the synchronization was performed,False otherwise. For more details about the problem, use ErrorInfo.
Name of replication to synchronize. This name corresponds to the name of the ".wer" file created by ReplicEdit. This file must be found beside the executable.
Synchronization with a replication server Hide the details
Name of replication to synchronize. This name corresponds to the publication name for a replication server.
Type of replication to perform. These options are taken into account for a replication with a replication server. replicaImmediateThe replica is immediately created, during the synchronization.This replication mode can be quite long but it guarantees to be updated from the master database.replicaPeriodic (Default value)The replica that is taken into account is the replica that is available on the server.If the replica is periodically created on the server, the last created replica is taken into account.If the replica is not periodically created on the server, the last generated replica is taken into account. This last replica was generated just after the last synchronization.This replication mode is fast but it does not guarantee to be "entirely updated" from the master database.Versions 19 and laterreplicaNoProgressBarNew in version 19replicaNoProgressBarreplicaNoProgressBarFrom version 190044, a progress bar is displayed by default during the synchronization. This progress bar is adapted to the current platform. This constant allows you not to display the progress bar and to restore the previous behavior. This constant can be combined with the replicaImmmediate and replicaPeriodic constants. Note: you should use the same type of replication as the one defined on the server.
Replication and WithSpace function
Replication via a replication server
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