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Change in Publication articles in Relication


Change in Publication articles in Relication

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We have transactional replication model. Now the thing is that 20 or 30 tables of publisher’s have changed. So to make it replicated, I am having two options;-



(1) drop these articles from replication and create a new publication

(2) rebuild the publication entirely



What’s ur suggession? Should I go for option 1 or option 2?
Suresh B.
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Schema changes to the tables are automatically replicated in transaction replication of SQL Server 2005 version. There is no need to recreate or rebuild the publication.
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