Meanwhile, realignment is redistribution of data between mySAP CRM and mobile clients based on subscriptions. This...
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is to ensure the distributed databases (mobile client databases) remain consistent with the consolidated database (CDB).
The two types of realignment are called minor realignment and major realignment. Minor realignment is triggered by data changes (ex: change of a field value). Major realignment is triggered when there are changes to the mobile client subscriptions. In this case, creation or deletion of BDoc messages will be replicated to the mobile client based on the subscription changes.
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