When we know 2 databases have the same content (we inserted the data by the same sql-script) is there a way to update the last sync timestamp in the metadata (scope_info) to simulate we have already synchronized all the data. In that way not all data is
again synchronized during the next synchronization.
For the initial installation we already use the backup/restore/postrestore. But when we change the schema, create a new scope to replace the old scope, we don't want all the data again transmitted to all clients (talking about a few thousands clients and
tables with more than a million records). We know all databases are in sync, but still all data is again transmitted for the new scope. Then we would like to set a value in the scope_info (hack) to let the sync framework know they are already in sync.