I am currently working on a DB2 project that will use IBM's DB2 Everyplace (Synce Server) Enterprise Edition. I have sent data from the PC to the Palm Pilot and vice versa. Now I have to put my iSeries (V5R1 270) into the mix. I am convinced that I need data propator so installed it on the iSeries. I found the menu CMDDPR that gave me about eight options. What other menus are there and I tried looking at OpsNav, but didn't anything about registering tables for replication. Any insight would be greatly appreciated.
The graphical interface for registering tables for replication is found in the DB2 Control Center (now known as DB2 Replication Center with Version 8). This is part of the DB2 Personal Developer's Edition that can be downloaded
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