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Availability group planning with MSDTC as a requirement


Availability group planning with MSDTC as a requirement

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We've got a number of clustered SQL 2008 instances and currently use transactional replication to copy data off to a secondary database to use as a datasource for reporting purposes.

I'd like to migrate to SQL 2012 and utilize availability groups to point reporting to a read-only secondary replica to eliminate database replication. The application we have requires the use of MSDTC.

Where I'm kind of running into a brick wall is on what this means for my use of availability groups. Does this mean that I can't use availability groups AT ALL? Or does it just mean that I need to utilize FCI based instances for my availability group members?

Basically, I want read-only secondary replicas AND MSDTC, am I asking too much? Smile
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