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change MIAUTH name in MEl.jar

hello all,

i have a problem:

i need to change the name of syncbo MIAUTH (e.g. from MIAUTH to ZMIAUTH) in my MEl.jar webapp in my client MI 2.5 sp13.

anyone can explain me what are others authoritative syncobjects in smart sync framework?

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    Posted on Mar 25, 2006 at 04:53 PM

    hello eliana,

    actually you are not allowed to change it.

    but if you made a copy of your MIAUTH syncBo definition to

    customer namespace like ZMIAUTH, you can modify its name

    in the meRepMeta.xml that is shipped together with your MI

    client. this modification however had to be done BEFORE the

    first synchronization of your client.

    try these steps:

    -install a fresh MI client

    -locate the meRepMeta.xml in the <MI_DIR>\settings\meta folder

    -open the file using any text editor and change the SyncBo

    ID of the MIAUTH syncBo

    -overwrite the xml file.

    -try to synch twice and check whether a download request

    is sent to the middleware (use worklist monitor)

    on your application, you need to use the new syncbo name

    as you had modified...

    regards

    jo

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