Synchronize two separate databases

Synchronize two separate databases

Post by Ivan Arjentinsk » Thu, 22 Mar 2001 17:27:05



Hi,

I remember reading somewhere (what's new for 2000?!?) that it is possible to
initiate merge synchronization of two databases that have never
synchronized. Of course the schema is the same at both databases, but the
data is different. Long time ago the two databases started from a common
ancestor, but now they are updated a lot.

Is this possible?
How this fits in the Publisher/Subscriber metaphor?

Thanks
Ivan Arjentinski

 
 
 

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