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Project Settings (Synchronization) (MySQLToSQL)

SQL Server 2012

The Synchronization project settings let you configure how MySQL database objects are synchronized with SQL Server database objects.

The default actions specify default settings for refreshing objects from the MySQL database and for synchronizing objects with the SQL Server database. For more information, see Refresh from database (MySQLToSQL)

You can access two different Synchronization pages that contain the same settings:

  • To specify settings for all future SSMA projects, on the Tools menu, click Default Project Settings, and then click Synchronization at the bottom of the left pane.

  • To specify settings for the current project, on the Tools menu, click Project Settings, and then click Synchronization at the bottom of the left pane.

Attempts

Gives the information about the number of passes objects take to load into SQL Server. Loading objects into SQL Server is typically performed in multiple passes. Objects that fail to load in the first pass, such as foreign keys, might successfully load in the next pass.

By default the value is 2.

Action on local and remote object change

Specifies the default setting in the Synchronization dialog box when the object definition changes in SSMA and on the database server.

  • If you select Refresh from Database, SSMA will load database definitions into the metadata when the condition is met.

  • If you select Skip, SSMA will not perform any refresh actions.

Action on local object change

Specifies the default setting in the Synchronization dialog box when the object changes in SSMA.

  • If you select Refresh from Database, SSMA will load database definitions into the metadata when the condition is met.

  • If you select Skip, SSMA will not perform any refresh actions.

Action on Remote object change

Specifies the default setting in the Synchronization dialog box when the objects change on the database server.

  • If you select Refresh from Database, SSMA will load database definitions into the metadata when the condition is met.

  • If you select Skip, SSMA will not perform any refresh actions.

Action when local object metadata is missing

Specifies the default setting in the Synchronization dialog box when the local metadata is missing.

  • If you select Refresh from Database, SSMA SSMA will load database definitions into the metadata when the condition is met.

  • If you select Skip, SSMA will not perform any refresh actions

Action on Local and Remote object change

Specifies the default setting in the Synchronization dialog box when the object definition changes in SSMA and on the database server.

  • If you select Refresh from Database, SSMA will load database definitions into the metadata when the condition is met.

  • If you select Write to Database, SSMA will update objects in the database according to SSMA metadata contents when the condition is met.

  • If you select Skip, SSMA will not perform any refresh actions.

Action on local object change

Specifies the default setting in the Synchronization dialog box when the object changes in SSMA.

  • If you select Refresh from Database, SSMA will load database definitions into the metadata when the condition is met.

  • If you select Write to Database, SSMA will update the object in the database according to SSMA metadata contents when the condition is met.

  • If you select Skip, SSMA will not perform any refresh actions.

Action on remote object change

Specifies the default setting in the Synchronization dialog box when the objects change on the database server.

  • If you select Refresh from Database, SSMA will load database definitions into the metadata when the condition is met.

  • If you select Write to Database, SSMA will update the object in the database according to SSMA metadata contents when the condition is met.

  • If you select Skip, SSMA will not perform any refresh actions.

Action when local object metadata is missing

Specifies the default setting in the Synchronization dialog box when local metadata is missing.

  • If you select Refresh from Database, SSMA selects the Refresh from Database option when the condition is met.

  • If you select Write to Database, SSMA will delete the object from the database when the condition is met.

  • If you select Skip, SSMA will not perform any refresh actions.

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