In software, clonation can sometimes turn out to be an extremely helpful technique. More often than not, in fact, you catch yourself duplicating instances of running objects to produce nearly identical objects to be managed codewise in a fairly independent way.
Anyone that has ever forgotten a WHERE clause in an UPDATE or DELETE syntax still has the bruises. Log Explorer 2.0 has a way of reversing your mistakes by peering into the transaction log and rolling back transactions. This, week Brian Knight reviews this product.
If you have Microsoft Windows 2000 or Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.0, Pull subscribers can use the Windows Synchronization Manager (WSM) to synchronize with the publisher.