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In SQL 2008 Standard Edition - using Transactional Replication - Am I able to replicate A to B, and...


In SQL 2008 Standard Edition - using Transactional Replication - Am I able to replicate A to B, and B to C, daisy chain?

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I have a database in production currently replicating to a second server using transactional replication, I'd now like to replicate this database on the second server into a third server. Is this possible to daisy chain the replication of the same database across three servers, or is this a no no. Should I instead of be replicating A to B, and A to C?

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Kyle
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Hi,
It is better to have multiple subscribers rather than setting up daisy chain setup.
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SqlSWAT (2/14/2013)
It is better to have multiple subscribers rather than setting up daisy chain setup.


Hi SqlSWAT,

Why do you say so? What factors play into the decision, etc? I'd appreciate any additional info or background you can give.

(Sorry to resurrect this old thread, but I'm facing the same choice with my own application's databases, and have had trouble finding advice one way or the other.)

Thanks,
-Jason
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