DBPass property for PowerScript controls
MLSync and SyncParm
Password for the SQL Anywhere remote database. Setting this
property value is equivalent to including the
-c dbmlsync option,
where myPassword is the password for the database
At design time, you can enter a DBPass value on the SQL Anywhere
Connect tab of the Properties view for an MLSync object. At runtime,
application users can enter DBPass values on the SQL Anywhere tab
page of the default synchronization options window generated by
the MobiLink wizard.
You can modify DBPass values in script as follows:
mySync.DBPass = "myPassword"