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This examples explains how to use the universal replication to synchronize data of different sites.
The universal replication is used to synchronize the data of a site (master site) with the same data of one or more replicated sites (subscriber sites). The data structures are identical on each site but they can be exploited via different data managers. HFSQL Classic and Access will be used in this example.
The example presents the processes that must be included in your applications to allow the user, via a simple action (menu, button, ...), to:
- create a master replica,
- create one or more subscriber replicas,
- see and modify the data of these replicas,
- export the created or modified data to a site (portable replica),
- import the created or modified data into another site...