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What is the Difference between 32bit replication and 64bit replication?


What is the Difference between 32bit replication and 64bit replication?

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Hi Friends,
What is the Difference between 32bit replication and 64bit replication?

Thanks in Advance. :-)
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In terms of being able to replicate data between two systems, nothing comes to mind. Why do you ask?

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One guy asked me in the interview? I am new to this Question thats why I posted in the forum...
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Have a look at this article:

http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms143241.aspx

One note from the article:

Because the SQL Server on-disk storage format is the same in the 64-bit and 32-bit environments, a replication topology can combine server instances that run in a 32-bit environment and server instances that run in a 64-bit environment.

Bye!

André CR
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