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sql server 2008 replication: Subscription not showing up in Local Subscriptions


sql server 2008 replication: Subscription not showing up in Local Subscriptions

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Pub & Sub: 2008R2 Ent 64bit
Distribution:20012 Ent 64bit.

When I try to add new Subscription to the Local Publication.
It say successfully created, I can see the Subscription under that publication.

But I cant see it on Local Subscription on Subscription server.

can help can be greatly appreciated.
thanks
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When I check Subscription properties on the publisher server.

in Subscription Option status: pending
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Hi,
Are you able to see in Subscriber server?

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Can you please use T-SQL commands to create subscription.

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chandan_jha18 (8/27/2012)
Can you please use T-SQL commands to create subscription.

Chandan
Although I prefer that myself, how does this help the issue? To the OP, is your distributor local to the publisher or separate (obviously a different instance since it is a different version)? Also, did you get any warnings when you created the subscription? Have you tried deleting it and recreating it? What are your linked server settings?

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