IBM® DB2® Everyplace is a relational database and enterprise synchronization server that enables enterprise applications and enterprise date to be extended to mobile devices, such as personal digital assistants (PDAs) and smart phones.
When designing your usage of the synchronization capabilities of the DB2 Everyplace Enterprise solution, a significant part of that design will be deciding what rows of a table will be synchronized to each mobile device. The intent of this article is to expand the IBM DB2 Everyplace Sync Server Administration Guide manual with additional examples, complex examples, and screen shots of MDAC as the examples are explained.
- Explanation of filtering
- Filtering based upon a value in a table
- Filtering based upon a value in a related table
- Table definitions
- XML definitions
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John Casey is an IBM Certified IT Specialist focused on application development . During his 29 years at IBM, he has been involved in many application projects on both distributed and zSeries platforms. He has authored and conducted technical workshops both inside and outside of IBM. In his current role, he assists IBM customers throughout the world in understanding and using IBM development tools, such as Rational Developer for zSeries and Rational Asset Analyzer, to address their Enterprise Modernization needs.