SQL Server Database Replication

SQL Server Database Replication
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Database replication is the technology to distribute data from the primary server to secondary servers. Replication works on Master-slave concept where Master database distributes data to one or multiple slave servers. Replication can be set up between multiple SQL Server instance on the same server, OR it can be set up between multiple database servers within same or geographically separated data centers. Read More

How to create Snapshot Replication

How to create Snapshot Replication
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The concept of snapshot replication is simple. It generates and distributes the snapshot of schema and data of articles, appeared at a specific time and updates the changes on subscriptions. When we create snapshot replication, SQL Server creates a Snapshot Agent Job which generates a snapshot of publication database objects. Snapshot is stored on either network location or on the hard drive. You can define the interval to generate the snapshot using the SQL Job schedule. Read More

How to create Transactional Replication

How to create Transactional Replication
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In this article, I am going to demonstrate how to create transactional replication.

Transactional replication generated a snapshot of publication DB objects and data within it. After the snapshot is generated, all the data changes and schema changes occurred on the publisher database are delivered to subscriber databases. In transactional replication, data and schema changes are almost real-time, hence transactional replication can be used to offloading reports and sometimes can be used as DR Site.

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Configuring Heterogeneous Database Replication – SQL Server to Oracle

Configuring Heterogeneous Database Replication – SQL Server to Oracle
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Introduction

SQL Server Replication is an SQL Server feature that allows us to transfer data from one instance to another for such purposes as consolidating data into a reporting environment or migrations. I personally would not consider SQL Server Replication as a high availability technology even though some people consider it to be.

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