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Snapshot Replication for the Beginner - Part 2


Snapshot Replication for the Beginner - Part 2

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"Good Karma". I certainly need plenty of that

Very nicely done. Replication tends to be either an underused or misused feature of SQL Server. You've done a great job of getting people started on the right track. For those of you that are just getting into replication, get used to snapshot replication before you dive into merge or transactional. I think there's a specific reason Andy went with "Snapshot Replication for the Beginner" instead of "Transaction Two-Phase Commit Replication with a Publishing Subscriber Heiarchy for the Beginner"





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Gr8 article

thanks

pl. do address how to move tables with identity fields ( auto increment fields ) in this series.





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Very nicely done! The 1st and 2nd articles take a lot of the mystery out of this task and really make it simple. I've not had to do replication before, but it's coming up! Thanks for the leggup.

Yeah... I'd like to know how to replicate with the IDENTITY property intact for making "test" databases. If you get the chance and you already wrote about it, can you post the link here? Thanks, Andy...

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