dbutility clone Command

From a command line, use the dbutility clone command to select the data sets you want to clone. You can use dbutility clone for cloning or recloning; however, you cannot use it for updating. You must use the dbutility process command to update the resulting DATABridge data tables. The dbutility clone command is basically a process command that forces the ds_mode for the listed data sets to be 0 and treats all data sets not specified on the command line as if their active column is 0.

To populate the DATABridge data tables in the relational database via the dbutility clone command, first make sure that the working directory is set to the directory you created for this data source. This must be the same directory as the working directory used when you executed dbutility generate for this data source; otherwise, the DATABridge Client cannot locate the scripts to load the DATABridge data tables.

If you use this command, the tables will not be synchronized until a process command is run. Running a process command allows all the tables to catch up with the tables populated by the clone command. It is recommended that you use the process command rather than the clone command, unless you want to deal only with a specific data set without processing updates at the same time.