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Keeping two databases in Sync


Keeping two databases in Sync

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Ok, we have an office in London and one in Boston. We have an application (winforms) that connects to the database in Boston (main location). The folks in London are having latency issues, mostly network related.

I am thinking we could just build a sql server over there and give them a copy of the database. However, we need to keep the databases in Sync, (in-realtime if possible) so users from both locations can work on the same data, but just with the server closest to them.

What approach should I take?
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Peer-to-Peer replication??

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gday mate
iv been looking for the same solution, and i know how frustrated to sync two DBA's.
i have got the answer here with a sample.
http://visualstudiomagazine.com/Articles/2012/06/01/Database-Synchronization-with-the-Microsoft-Sync-Framework.aspx?Page=1
Enjoy it :-D

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