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How to replicate SQL server 2000 database without using replication!

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Hi,

My problem is a practical one.  I have a hosting package that lets me do anything with SQL server as long as it doesn't involve changing permissions. i.e stuff involving sysadmin.  What I want to do is fairly simple and covered perfectly with snapshot replication.  I have a SQL database on my local machine and a SQL database on my hosting company and I want to be able to update my hosted database with changes in my local database.  The changes won't be that often so a manual synchonization will be fine.  

Problem is you need admin or db_owner permissions to create the publications or subscriptions. Now as I can't use them does anyone have any ideas on how I can either update the ten table son my hosted database with the ten on my local machine?  I don't want to DROP, CREATE and INSERT every time is there a more elegnat solution?

Any help greatly appreciated.

Mike
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Can you just use a DTS package?
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Yes, thanks.  I think I got so caught up I didn't think logically.  Thanks for the kick.

Mike
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Really? Wow, that never *cough* every day *cough* happens to me...  :-)
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