the process by which the desktop computer and the handheld exchange and update information.
A means of ensuring that replicas of a Directory partition contain the same information as other replicas of that partition. Replica synchronization updates the replicas and runs periodically at a cycle controlled by the network supervisor. Replica
Method by which a handheld computer communicates with a computer to exchange, share, and backup data via a serial port, USB connection, wireless connection, or infrared. Old data on one device is replaced with new data from the other. It is also called HotSync or Sync.
Process of ensuring the files on the Agent computer and the copies on the backup server match. This involves comparing the metadata (for example, security data) for the source files on the Agent computer to the backup copies, and replicating file system changes and changed files to the backup server. See also initial synchronization, replicate, replication.
File synchronization, in its simplest form, is automatic copying. New files created on one system are replicated to the other, as are changes made to existing documents. This allows "offline" work, where a computer disconnected from its file synchronization "partner" can be used to work on the shared files. When the computers are connected again, any changes or additions will be carried over to the other system.
Process by which batch classes and other settings at the central site are downloaded to remote stations. If completed batches exist at the remote station, the batches are uploaded to the central site.
(Replication Synchronization)(Replication) Synchronization is the process of updating a Replicate Table with the changed data of its "chosen" Replication Master Table since the last successful synchronization.
Synchronization takes place when switching from offline to online mode. It updates all reference s and shadow s which have been modified in offline mode, so that the online version of the bibliography reflects the changes made during offline mode.
In Windows Media Player, the process of maintaining digital media files on a portable device based on the rules in a partnership or actions specified by the user. This may require copying digital media files from a computer to a device, updating information on the device, or deleting files from the device.
Synchronization is the process wherein the data on two compatible machines (for example, in the calendar on your compatible phone and Microsoft Outlook on your compatible PC) are made to correspond with each other. This can be done using a cable to connect the phone and PC, with an Infrared connection, or remotely with SyncML technology.
The process of replicating data between databases using MobiLink technology. In SQL Remote, synchronization is used exclusively to denote the process of initializing a remote database with an initial set of data. See also: MobiLink, SQL Remote.
Shuttling your most recent information between your handheld computer and your laptop or desktop computer.
Synchronization is the process of copying files from one device to another (for example, from a palmtop to a desktop computer), and vice versa, so that the files (such as a calendar or address book) update each other with any new information entered into either device. Synchronization also controls the way information gets delivered at specific times to mobile devices, to update information and to keep the devices "in synch" with each other.
The process by which DPM transfers the synchronization log from the file server to the DPM server, and applies the changes stored in the log to the replica of the protected volume.
Also known as "replication," it is the process of uploading and downloading information from two or more databases, so that each is identical.
The process by which your personal computer and handheld update the information that resides on one or both of the devices.