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Database Studio Help

Hello i am using Database Studio downloaded from sdn but i cant find the synchronization manager functions and the specific help about this software, if i try to use the help i am redirected to maxdb help with tutorials and topics of sql studio and database manager, can i launch the synchronization manager in the actual version? and where can i find the help? great work with this software, looks very good.

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    Posted on Dec 04, 2007 at 02:00 PM

    but database studio have the syncman functions or should i use instead the old syncman program?, i cant find synchronization functions in database studio.

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      Hello,

      the Database Studio contains the functionality of the old SyncManGUI. It is connected to a permission of the Database Studio User (e.g.: Local).

      Please go in the explorer tree up to the "World" node. Then you can open the "Users" folder. Double click the user "Local". In the upcoming editor give the user the permission "Replication".

      After this you should see a "Synchronization" folder under the Login of the replication database user and the tables should provide a "Synchronize" menu.

      Regards

      Wolfgang

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    Posted on Dec 04, 2007 at 12:53 PM

    Hello,

    the new help files for Database Studio are currently developed. They will be included in one of the next Database Studio releases.

    Maybe you can use the online help for the Synchronization Manager http://maxdb.sap.com/currentdoc/67/73f34026d70b06e10000000a155106/content.htm for your questions.

    Regards

    Wolfgang

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