Firstly. I didn’t ask for the definition to the word error.
Im glad that you realized that your responses patronize and tend to frustrate rather than acknowledge, align and assist and removed that comment.
You phrase your responses as if I’m the cause of the issue. “You are getting the warning because you are using”
Why does using on demand affect the ability for my database to reconnect automatically with its master in iCloud when I toggle it on?
Why do I even get the warning in the first place.
Can’t the application tell that the database that’s in my app is linked to the one in my iCloud and simply connect. Rather then give me a warning that does not apply to me.
This: “WARNING This database has not been completely downloaded to this device. Uploading it to a new sync location will cause problems because some items will be missing”
What new sync location?
Why does the database need to be completely downloaded to the device?
All I am trying to do is reconnect to my sync location.
Put yourself in the mind of your users.
The warning message needs to be amended or should include a link to more information. I know for a fact that I’m not the only person who has been perplexed by this warning.
I have not found any information anywhere specifically stating that this is what one will encounter if using download on demand after a restore.
Conventional iCloud functionality does not require such, (yes I understand that iCloud does not offer on demand download)
For this reason it is easy to understand why myself or anyone would interpret this as something possibly wrong.
However all in all thanks to you I understand that the warning is just that. And one that may or may not apply.
Thank you for your prompt response.