1 Internet Synchronization with Microsoft Jet 3.5 Michael Wachal, Microsoft Corporation, Redmond WA Published 1998 For the latest information, see Internet Synchronization with the Microsoft Jet Database Engine: A Technical Overview Internet synchronization allows users of a replicated database to exchange updates by way of a series of message files transferred using the FTP protocol. Internet synchronization can also be used on a local area network, sometimes called an intranet, in place of standard indirect synchronization. Internet synchronization (unlike indirect synchronization) does not require a Synchronizer on the client computer to synchronize a database. Instead, the Jet database engine and Microsoft Windows DLLs handle all aspects of synchronization. You cannot perform a direct synchronization between two databases when you use Internet synchronization. To initiate synchronization over the Internet, the client computer must make an HTTP connection to an Internet or intranet server. Depending on how the client computer and the server are configured, establishing a connection with the server may result in the display of a logon dialog box at the client computer. In this case, the synchronization will not occur unless a user at the client computer types the appropriate user name and password in the logon dialog box. Once connected, the client computer builds a message file containing all the database changes that have occurred since the replicas were last synchronized, and places the message file in an FTP file location on the Internet or intranet server. The Internet Synchronizer applies these changes to the base replica, unless you specify a replica other than the base replica by using Visual Basic for Applications code. The base replica is determined by three criteria: it must be a full replica, the Synchronizer must manage it, and it must have the lowest Replica ID of all the managed replicas at that Synchronizer. (If there is no full replica available to the Internet Synchronizer, a partial replica will be used in the synchronization; however, this will result in unpredictable data exchange to the incomplete set of data in the partial replica.) After these changes have been applied to the base replica, the Internet Synchronizer builds a message file containing all the database changes from the base replica (or the replica specified in code), that have occurred since the client and server replicas were last synchronized, and places the message file in the same FTP file location. The Internet server sends the name and location of the message file back to the client computer. The client computer then transfers the message file from the server using FTP, and all the changes specified within the message file are applied to the client replica. Preparing for Internet Synchronization Before you can synchronize over the Internet, you must properly configure your Internet server and the Replication Manager. If you're new to the Internet, here is the easiest way to configure everything:
2 1. Set up your Internet server with an operating system and server software. For example, you can use Microsoft Windows NT 4.0 with Microsoft Internet Information Server (IIS). 2. Install Microsoft Access 97 on the same computer. Install Microsoft Replication Manager on the same computer. Note The Replication Manager runs on Intel server platforms only, and supports the Microsoft Internet Explorer and Netscape server platforms. Internet proxy servers are not supported. 3. Create a replica on the Internet server computer and manage it using the Replication Manager. This will "stamp" the replica with information about the Internet server's HTTP address and other internal system information. 4. Create a copy of the replica and distribute this copy to your users. When they open the replica in Microsoft Access and synchronize, they will be able to synchronize back to the replica on the Internet server by using the automatically configured HTTP address. This paper describes configuring your Internet Server, configuring Microsoft Replication Manager 3.5, and creating and distributing the replica set. For more information about installing Microsoft Access 97, see the documentation provided with your product. Configuring your Internet/Intranet Server The first step in preparing for Internet synchronization is to configure your Internet or intranet server. The following section details the steps for configuring several different Microsoft Internet servers. Follow the configuration steps only for the product that applies to your situation. For Internet or intranet synchronization to be successful, you will need two directories (folders) managed by your Internet server program. The first directory should be part of the WWW service. This directory is used to house the copy of the Internet Synchronizer program that handles the exchange of information with Internet or intranet replicas that are requesting synchronization. Because the Synchronizer will be running in this folder, it must have execute permissions enabled for it in the WWW service. The second directory should be part of the FTP service. This directory will serve as the exchange point for the message files that hold the database changes from each replica involved in the synchronization. Because both the Synchronizer and the remote replica will be using this directory, it needs both read and write permissions enabled for it in the FTP service. The following examples for configuring an Internet or intranet server are specific to the product(s) listed at the beginning of each section. The steps to configure your Internet or intranet server may be different. Microsoft Access support engineers do not directly support the configuration of Internet or intranet servers. If you have questions regarding the configuration of an Internet or intranet server, contact the manufacturer of that server. For questions about Microsoft Internet servers, please call (425) , 6:00 A.M. to 6:00 P.M., Pacific time, Monday through Friday, excluding holidays and ask for support on your specific server product. Or, visit our support site at:
3 Microsoft Internet Information Server (IIS) 3.0 for Windows NT 4.0 Server and Peer Web Services for Windows NT 4.0 Workstation Microsoft Internet Information Server 3.0 and Peer Web Services have a similar interface called the Microsoft Internet Service Manager. The steps to configure them are identical. 1. Create a directory called "synch" on your Internet server under the C:\InetPub folder. 2. Create a directory called "ftpsynch" on your Internet server under the C:\InetPub\FTProot folder. 3. Start Microsoft Internet Service Manager. 4. On the View menu, click to select FTP and WWW. 5. Check the State column for both the WWW and FTP service to ensure that they are running. If they are not running, start them by selecting the icon for the service you want to start, and then on the Properties menu, click Start Service.
4 Double-click on the computer hosting the WWW service to open the WWW Service Properties dialog box. 6. On the Service tab, click to select the Allow Anonymous check box. 7. Click the Directories tab. 8. Click Add. 9. In the Directory Properties dialog box, click Browse, select the C:\InetPub\synch folder that you created in step 1, and then click OK. 10. Type synch in the Alias text box. 11. Click to select the Execute check box under the Access section, and then click OK.
5 12. The C:\InetPub\synch directory will now appear in the directory list with an alias of "synch." Click OK to close the service properties for the WWW service. 13. Double-click on the computer hosting the FTP service to open the FTP Service Properties dialog box. 14. Click to select the Allow Anonymous Connections check box. 15. Click the Directories tab. 16. Click Add. 17. In the Directory Properties dialog box, click Browse, select the C:\InetPub\FTPRoot\ftpsynch folder that you created in step 1, and then click OK. 18. Type ftpsynch in the Alias text box. 19. Click to select the Read and Write check boxes under the Access section, and then click OK.
6 20. The C:\InetPub\ftproot\ftpsynch directory will now appear in the directory list with an alias of "ftpsynch." Click OK to close the service properties for the FTP service. 21. On the Properties menu, click Exit. You have now added the required directories to your WWW and FTP services to use Internet or intranet synchronization. From here, you need to configure the Microsoft Replication Manager. To do so, see the Configuring Microsoft Replication Manger 3.5 section later in this paper. Microsoft Internet Information Server 4.0 for Windows NT 4.0 Server and Personal Web Server 4.0 for Windows NT 4.0 Workstation Microsoft Internet Information Server 4.0 and Personal Web Server 4.0 on Windows NT 4.0 Workstation are based on the same Internet server software. Both are configured identically using the Internet Service Manager. 1. Create a directory called "synch" on your Internet server under the C:\InetPub folder. 2. Create a directory called "ftpsynch" on your Internet server under the C:\InetPub\FTProot folder. 3. Start the Microsoft Internet Service Manager, which is a plug-in component of the Microsoft Management Console. 4. Expand the Internet Information Server folder and the Computer icon for your computer name. Check to make sure both the Default FTP Site and the Default Web Site are running. If they are listed as Stopped, select the Site and click the Start button. The Start button looks like the play button on a VCR and is on a toolbar near the top of the console.
7 5. Click once on the Default Web Site to select it. Drop down the Action list, point to New, and then click Virtual Directory. 6. A wizard to walk you through creating a Virtual Directory will run. Add the folder that you created in step 1 (C:\InetPub\synch) to the Default Web Site. 7. On the first page of the wizard, type synch in the Alias to be used box, and then click Next. 8. On the second page of the wizard, enter the path to the directory you created in step 1, or click Browse and select the directory, and then click Next. 9. On the third page of the wizard, click to select the Allow Read Access and Allow Execute Access check boxes, and then click Finish. (You may also select Allow Script Access, but that is included in the Execute Access.)
8 10. Select the new "synch" directory in the Console Manager, and then click Properties on the toolbar. 11. In the Synch Properties dialog box, click the Directory Security tab, and then click Edit under Anonymous Access and Authentication Control. 12. Make sure that Allow Anonymous Access is selected, and then click OK twice. 13. Click once on the Default FTP Site to select it, and then click Properties. 14. In the Default FTP Site Properties dialog box, click the Security Accounts tab. 15. Click to select the Allow Anonymous Connections check box, and then click OK. 16. With the Default FTP Site still selected, drop down the Action list, point to New, and then click Virtual Directory. 17. Using the wizard again, add a Virtual Directory for the folder that you created in step 2 (C:\InetPub\ftproot\FTPSynch) to the Default FTP Site. 18. On the first page of the wizard, type FTPSynch in the Alias to be used... box, and then click Next. 19. On the second page of the wizard, enter the path to the folder that you created in step 2, or click Browse, select the directory, and then click Next. 20. On the third page of the wizard, click to select the Allow Read Access and Allow Write Access check boxes, and then click Finish You have now added the required directories to your WWW and FTP services to use Internet or intranet synchronization. From here, you need to configure the Microsoft Replication Manager. To do so, see the Configuring Microsoft Replication Manger 3.5 section later in this paper. Microsoft Personal Web Server 1.0a for Windows 95 Microsoft Personal Web Server 1.0a is the version that ships on the CD-ROM with both Microsoft FrontPage 97 and Microsoft FrontPage 98. It can be
9 installed from the PWS\ENU directory. This version is different from the version available on the Microsoft Web Site as of the writing of this document. 1. Create a directory called "synch" on your Internet server under the C:\Webshare folder. 2. Create a directory called "ftpsynch" on your Internet server under the C:\Webshare\FTPRoot folder. 3. Double-click the Personal Web Server shortcut in Windows Control Panel to view the properties for Microsoft Personal Web Server. 4. Select the Services tab. Verify that both the HTTP and FTP services are running. If either service is not running, select it from the Services list, and then click Start.
10 5. Select the Administration tab, and then click Administration. This should start the Internet Services Administrator for Microsoft Personal Web Server. 6. Click the WWW Administration hyperlink. 7. Click to select the Allow Anonymous check box. 8. Click the Directories tab. 9. Click the Add hyperlink. 10. Click Browse, select the C:\Webshare\synch folder that you created in step 1, and then click OK. 11. Type synch in the Directory Alias text box. 12. Click to select the Execute check box under the Access section, and then click OK.
11 13. The C:\Webshare\synch directory will now appear in the directory list with an alias of "synch." Click OK to close the WWW Administrator. 14. Click the FTP Administration hyperlink. 15. Click to select the Allow Anonymous Connections check box. 16. Click the Directories tab. 17. Click the Add hyperlink. 18. Click Browse, select the C:\Webshare\FTPRoot\ftpsynch folder that you created in step 1, and then click OK. 19. Type ftpsynch in the Directory Alias text box. 20. Click to select the Read and Write check boxes under the Access section, and then click OK.
12 21. The C:\Webshare\FTPRoot\ftpsynch directory will now appear in the directory list with an alias of "ftpsynch." Click OK to close the service properties for the FTP service. 22. On the File menu, click Close to quit the Internet Services Administrator. You have now added the required directories to your WWW and FTP services to use Internet or intranet synchronization. From here, you need to configure the Microsoft Replication Manager. To do so, see the Configuring Microsoft Replication Manger 3.5 section later in this paper. Microsoft Personal Web Server 4.0 for Windows 95 Microsoft Personal Web Server 4.0 no longer supports the FTP protocol. Because the FTP protocol is required for Internet and intranet synchronization, Microsoft Personal Web Server 4.0 can not be used in the Windows 95 environment to support Internet or intranet synchronization. Configuring Microsoft Replication Manager 3.5 To configure Microsoft Replication Manager 3.5 on your Internet server for use with Internet replication, follow these steps: 1. Install Microsoft Replication Manager 3.5 (available with Microsoft Office 97, Developer Edition) on your Internet server. 2. Start Microsoft Replication Manager If this is the first time you have run Microsoft Replication Manager, you will be prompted to configure it. If this is not the first time and you are not prompted, on the Tools menu, click Configure Microsoft Replication Manager. 4. Read the text on this screen of the wizard, and then click Next.
13 5. If this Synchronizer will participle in Indirect Synchronization, click to select Support Indirect Synchronization, and then click Next. If this Synchronizer will not be used for Indirect Synchronization, do not select it, click Next, and go to step Read the text on this screen of the wizard, and then click Next. 7. Select a shared network folder on this or another computer, and then click Next. The folder you are selecting will be used as a dropbox folder for indirect synchronization of replicas over your local area network. Note You should select a different folder than the FTP folder that you created as your dropbox for Internet synchronization in step 2 of the section that discusses how to configure your Internet server earlier in this paper. It is possible to use the same folder as your dropbox for both Internet and local area network synchronization; however, it will be possible for outside users to read and write files to your FTP folder. 8. When prompted if your computer is an Internet server, click Yes, and then click Next.
14 9. When prompted if you want to synchronize replicated databases over the Internet, click Yes, and then click Next. 10. Enter the name of the Internet or intranet server, and then click Next. If the computer is an Internet server that is accessible from the World Wide Web, do not include " or "www" with the server name. For instance, if your Internet server is accessible over the World Wide Web as " you would only enter "abc.com" as the Internet server name. If the computer is an intranet server, you would enter just the name of computer, as the following illustration shows. 11. Click Browse, and select the folder that you created in step 1 of the section that discusses how to configure your Internet server earlier in this paper. 12. Type synch in the share name text box, and then click Next.
15 13. Type ftpsynch in the FTP alias name text box, and then click Next. 14. Select a path for the log file, and then click Next. 15. Select a name for the Synchronizer, and then click Finish. Distributing a Replica Set on the Internet/Intranet After configuring Microsoft Replication Manager on your Internet or intranet server, you must manage at least one member of the replica set on the server. This stamps the replica with the Internet address of the Synchronizer managing it. After managing the replica in Microsoft Replication Manager, you should synchronize with other members of the replica set. This propagates the Internet address of the Synchronizer managing the hub replica to other members of the replica set, and enables them to synchronize to it over the Internet. To distribute a replica set over the Internet or intranet you can either send out copies of the replica that is managed by the Replication Manager or place a
16 member of the replica set into the FTP directory on your Internet server and allow people to download copies using the FTP protocol. Although the copy of the Replica set that is placed in the FTP directory does not have to be managed, it does have to be aware of the Internet address of the Synchronizer as described earlier. To properly distribute a replica set on the Internet or intranet, you will have to convert a database to a Design Master, make a hub replica that is managed by the Replication Manager and is available for FTP download, and finally, synchronize over the Internet/intranet after a copy of the replica has been distributed. Creating a Design Master and Hub Replica 1. Open Microsoft Replication Manager. 2. On the Tools menu, click Convert Database to Design Master. 3. The Convert Database to Design Master Wizard will run. Read the information on the first page, and then click Next. 4. Click to select Yes, I want to make a backup, and note the directory location of the backup file, and then click Next. It is important to make a backup file to maintain a copy of your original database in a non-replicated form.
17 5. Enter a descriptive name for the replica set, and then click Next. 6. Click to select Make all objects available to the entire replica set to make a full replica, and then click Next. 7. Click to select I want to be able to create read/write replicas, and then click Next. Note If you select the option to make read-only replicas, you will not be allowed to enter data into any of the replicas made from this Design Master. 8. Click to select No, don t manage it with this synchronizer, and then click Next. Note It is recommended that you do not manage the Design Master, but instead use a replica as the hub for synchronization.
18 9. On the File menu, click New Replica. 10. The New Replica Wizard will run. Read the information on the first page, and then click Next. 11. Type the path to the Design Master that you created earlier into the Source replica set member box, or click Browse and select the Design Master. 12. Type the path and name for a new replica that resides in the FTPSynch folder that you created in the setup example for your Internet server, or click Browse and locate the FTPSynch folder, and then enter a name for the replica. 13. Click Next. 14. Click to select I want to be able to make data changes in the replica, and then click Next.
19 15. Click to select Yes, manage this replica with this Synchronizer, and then click Next. 16. Click Finish to create the new replica. 17. On the File menu, click Managed Replicas. 18. In the Managed Replicas dialog box, select the replica that you created in step 9-16, and then click Open. 19. The Replication Manager window will now show you a topology including a Synchronizer and your unmanaged Design Master. Downloading and Synchronizing the Replica 1. Use your favorite FTP program to download a copy of the managed replica to a remote client computer. 2. Open the replica in Microsoft Access. 3. On the Tools menu, point to Replication, and then click Synchronize Now. 4. In the Synchronize Now dialog box, click to select the A member of the replica set on the Internet option, and then click OK. 5. In the Synchronize Database dialog box, select the name of the Internet Server to which you want to synchronize, select the Send And Receive Changes option, and then click Synchronize.
20 6. When you receive confirmation that the synchronization was complete, click OK. Microsoft Access will close and re-open the database. You can now either continue to use the replica normally or resolve any conflicts that occurred during synchronization. REFERENCES For more information about configuring an Internet server for Internet replication, search the Microsoft ODE Tools Help Index for "Replication Manager, Internet or intranet servers." For more information about Microsoft Replication Manager, please see the Microsoft Jet Replication white paper. This white paper is included with Microsoft Office 97, Developer Edition. You may also obtain this white paper from the Microsoft Software Library on the World Wide Web. For more information on how to obtain the Microsoft Jet Replication white paper, please see the following articles in the Microsoft Knowledge Base: ID: Q ID: Q ID: Q ACC97: Jet 3.5 Replication White Paper Available on MSL How to Configure and Administer Personal Web Server How to Create a Virtual Directory
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