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  1. We have a complex MySQL and PHP; multi-tenanted application which we are now looking at syncing to an offline portable FileMaker model. I have essentially solved every problem thus far and have MirrorSync running properly. My challenge is this: Our main MySQL database works in tandem with a second MySQL database; the second database contains 25 million property records. The working set of data which needs to be synchronised is a small subset of data from the primary; and a single record from the secondary database into the mobile version of the application which consists of a single FileMaker file with identical tables to that of the primary mysql database and a table identical to that of that of the secondary. How do sync the two seperate databases in a single configuration? Or is that even possible. I could see that I could generate two seperate configurations; and perhaps split the mobile version into two seperate FileMaker files; i'm just wondering if there is a smarter way to go about what I need to achieve.
  2. We have a complex MySQL and PHP; multi-tenanted application which we are now looking at syncing to an offline portable FileMaker model. I have essentially solved every problem thus far and have MirrorSync running properly. My challenge is this: Our main MySQL database works in tandem with a second MySQL database; the second database contains 25 million property records. The working set of data which needs to be synchronised is a small subset of data from the primary; and a single record from the secondary database into the mobile version of the application which consists of a single FileMaker file with identical tables to that of the primary mysql database and a table identical to that of that of the secondary. How do sync the two seperate databases in a single configuration? Or is that even possible. I could see that I could generate two seperate configurations; and perhaps split the mobile version into two seperate FileMaker files; i'm just wondering if there is a smarter way to go about what I need to achieve.
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