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Posted Tuesday, May 21, 2013 11:11 AM
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Bueno, luego de leerlo todo, trataré de seguir las mejores técnicas en el plan de réplica de datos desde una base de datos DB2 a otra SQL Server 2012, luego les contaré al final del proyecto cuales fueron los caminos elegidos y por que.

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Well, after reading it all, try to follow the best techniques on data replication scheme from a DB2 database to another SQL Server 2012, then I will tell you at the end of the project which were the paths chosen and why.

Best Regards, MauricioP.


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