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Impact of synchronization group in REX

The clinical definition of Synchronization group is as follows.

http://infocenter.sybase.com/help/index.jsp?topic=/com.sybase.infocenter.dc01092.0213/doc/html/aba1251475316418.html

So what does it boils down to REX.

The synchronization in REX is NOT notification dependent, (except Alert sync group) but client driven, which means then when the end user invoke it , it request the sybase server to give the send the object he has created, read any new object and send the difference.

Hence the synchronization interval doesn't play any role in synchronization in REX.

However for Alert sync group, synchronizes alert based on the notification that it receives from sybase server. Hence the synchronization interval plays a role here. The smaller the interval the faster the client get notified if available.Notification also depend on whether application is available and running in device.

Note:  If the interval is set to 0, the user will never get notified. 

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