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Updated data on my iPad was overwritten with old data in iTunes when I did a sync.

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Oct 3, 2011 8:42 PM

Using Filemaker GO, I did a bunch of work adding/changing/deleting records to a filemaker go database on my iPad. When I did a sync to my iMac with iTunes, rather than transfering the database from the iPad to iTunes, just the opposite happened. As a result of my work was wiped out and the obsolete copy of the database from iTunes was moved to the iPad. This is the first time I have observed this behavior. It's possible it happened before and I did not determine that it was the fault of the sync. But it sure was this time. I probably did more work on the iPad copy of the database than usual, but it doesn't seem logical that would have caused the problem. The date/time on the iPad are correct, so that would not have caused some kind of timestamp problem.



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