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Replicated Changes not distributing to all subscribers


Replicated Changes not distributing to all subscribers

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Hi,
Is it possible to identify records that still need to be replicated to subscribers?

I have a stituation where some changes do not get replicated to all subscribers (one in particular). There are no conflicts in the conflict log.

For example a transaction is loaded on a subscriber - > replicated to publisher/distributer -> replicated to other subscribers except one.Crazy

This seems to happen at least once a week.

Thanks!

Setup:
Publisher/Distributor - SQLServer 2005 - 9.00.3054.00 SP2 Standard Edition
Subscribers (identical hardware) - SQL server 2000 - 8.00.2050 SP4 Standard Edition
Merge Replication (push) with Continuous updates.
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