How does the Message Agent (DBREMOTE) know where the remote user's address (replication directory) is?
The remote db doesn't seem to hold the replication address for the remote user, only for 'dba'.
I've noticed that the extraction process creates the address of 'dba' as similar to the user being extracted replacing the extracted user id with 'dba'. It's possible to change the address for 'dba' on the remote db, so we can't fully rely on this being similar enough to the remote user's address to use it.
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