Closed as program error.
The "encryption level on device" properties on some tables in the same subscription are changed incorrectly from 56-bit to 192-bit after removing a table from a JDBC subscription. Originally the "encryption level on device" properties on all the tables in a JDBC subscription are 56-bit. After removing a table from this subscription regardless of whether using XML scripts or MDAC, the "encryption level on device" properties on some of the rest of the tables are changed to 192-bit. This problem may cause failures of client synchronization or local database operations on the device. To recreate: 1) Create a JDBC subscription and include several tables with 56-bit encryption level on device. 2) Remove a table from the subscription using XML scripts or MDAC. 3) Check the rest of the tables to see if there is any table whose encryption level on device is changed to 192-bit.
Manually change encryption levels back to 56 bit.
The problem is caused by a programming error in DB2 Everyplace Sync Server.
The problem will be fixed in DB2 Everyplace version 18.104.22.168
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