Gets or sets the directory in which batch files are spooled to disk.
Assembly: Microsoft.Synchronization.Data (in Microsoft.Synchronization.Data.dll)
This property is used when an application requires that changes be delivered in batches. Batching is useful in scenarios similar to the following one:
Each client has a limited amount of memory and disk space.
The connections between the server and clients are low bandwidth and intermittent, often resulting in long synchronization times and dropped connections.
The size of the changes (in KB) for a typical synchronization session is large.
Consider potential side effects when choose a batching directory. For example, when the provider is hosted by Internet Information Services (IIS), do not use an IIS virtual directory as the batching directory. IIS can trigger a restart when changes are made to items in a virtual directory, which causes synchronization to fail.
For more information, see How to: Deliver Changes in Batches (SQL Server).