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Stairway to SQL Server Replication - LEVEL 8: Merge Replication – How it works


Stairway to SQL Server Replication - LEVEL 8: Merge Replication – How it works

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Sebastian Meine
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I must thank you for the efforts of bringing this subject in the stairway series because as a T-SQL developer I was always a little confused by terms like "subscription", "publisher", and some others. Your articles explain with detail and are easy to read even to beginners in database administration like myself.

I said it before and I'm going to say it again. A lot of SSC articles are better than 400 pages books about the same subject.

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Nice work, Sebastian!
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Hi everybody, i have a question about merge replication.

I would like to known if there is any way to identify with data have been merged between publisher and suscriber when a synchronization has completed

We have an issue with merge replication and we are looking for further information.

Thanks.
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