Configuring Synchronization Services

Use

You need one synchronization service for each master instance and each client instance that participates in the synchronization.

Prerequisites

You are logged on to the computer that hosts the database instance <database_name> for which you want to configure the synchronization service.

Procedure

Carry out the following steps for the master instance and all the client instances involved in the synchronization.

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       1.      Execute the following command:

<independent_program_path>\bin\syncservice config –d <database_name>

       2.      Enter the following information:

Property

Value

synchronization user

Name of the synchronization user

synchronization user password

Password of the synchronization user

message server host

Computer on which the message server is running.

synchronization service admin port

Administration port of the synchronization service (the default value is 7223)

If multiple synchronization services are started on the same computer, select a separate administration port for each service, such as 7223 and 7224

JNDI port of message server

JNDI port, message server (default value 7221)

If you selected a different port than the default value when configuring the message server, enter this port here.

service port of message server

JMS port, message server (default value 7222)

If you selected a different port other than the default value when configuring the message server, enter this port here.

See also:

Starting and Stopping Synchronization Services