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dear all,
is the replication get rid of duplication
ex.

i have database offline
client1 and client2 work on database offline

say client1 and client2 save data in order table

client1 enter orderid=1001
also client2 enter orderid=1001

when i do replication is replication get rid of this duplication ?
waiting for your response ,
thanks
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abr_mah (8/19/2009)
dear all,
is the replication get rid of duplication
ex.

i have database offline
client1 and client2 work on database offline

say client1 and client2 save data in order table

client1 enter orderid=1001
also client2 enter orderid=1001

when i do replication is replication get rid of this duplication ?
waiting for your response ,
thanks



I think we need more detail in what you are trying to achieve here, replication does not get rid of duplication. however replication can distinguish between updates to the same data from different machines also known as subscribers.

If you reply with more detail and what you are trying to find out, people here can try and help you further.

~Silverfox~

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There are a few possibilities, but please provide more information as SilverFox has noted.

One way is to set up a surrogate key as a GUID. They can be uniquely generated offline. Or assign a range to each client.

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