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SQL 2008 R2 Replication help


SQL 2008 R2 Replication help

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We have two separate production db servers whose only difference is data content. We are trying to publish the data from each server to a single separate distribution server (separate distrib dbs) and then replicate all the data to tables named by server on a third remote subscriber box.

We were successful at setting up the first distributor, publication and subscription using t-rep. However, when setting up the second server publication and subscription the new one is taking over and the first one stops running.

What am I doing wrong?
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