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Does anyone have complete PDF/DOC on SQL Server replication ?


Does anyone have complete PDF/DOC on SQL Server replication ?

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Hello,

Does anyone have complete PDF/DOC on SQL Server replication ? Which includes configuration, scripts, monitoring etc; ? Of course I get everything from Microsoft web site, it's too much in detail. A single doc on that should be more handy.

Thanks in advance.
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Joy Smith San (1/21/2013)
Hello,

Does anyone have complete PDF/DOC on SQL Server replication ? Which includes configuration, scripts, monitoring etc; ? Of course I get everything from Microsoft web site, it's too much in detail. A single doc on that should be more handy.

Thanks in advance.



You haven't even told us what kind of replication you want to setup?

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Hello,

Thanks for the quick response.
It's not for any particular replication but overall. Have somewhat fair idea about replication configuration and have worked on it in the past. Want to go in detail into replication monitoring and troubleshooting especially. I have few books which covers mirroring and log shipping in detail, but not replication. By the way, if you have anything on any particular replication type, fine kindly give it.
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Replication, in all its flavors and in its entirety, might be the most complex HA topic with the most configuration and topology options in SQL Server. It is most certainly worthy of an entire book. Here is one for SQL Server 2005 and the same author reprised the topic for SQL Server 2008 as well. Books Online is pretty darn good too.

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..Thanks. However any free material to download ? :-D
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I guess I do not understand what is wrong with Books Online.

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Not completely comprehensive, but here's a Stairway we did: http://www.sqlservercentral.com/stairway/72401/

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Hello Steve,

Thanks a lot. Yes, was looking for something like that. Covers one by one and not as vast as BOL.
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