A Replication Server warm standby application maintains two Adaptive Server databases, one of which functions as a standby or backup copy of the other. Replication Server’s connection to the active and standby databases is called a logical connection.
create logical connection – creates a logical connection.
alter logical connection – changes the characteristics of a logical connection.
drop logical connection – removes a logical connection.
configure logical connection – configures a logical connection.
switch active – changes the active database.
abort switch – aborts the switch active command, if possible.
wait for switch – in an interactive or script-based Replication Server session, prevents commands from executing until the switch to a new active database is complete.
wait for create standby – in an interactive or script-based Replication Server session, prevents Replication Server from accepting commands until the standby database is ready for operation.