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Republishing (Replication)

Posted on 2004-08-12
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Hi experts.
I want to republish data in sql server. Scenario is like this.

SERVER A           SERVER B                        SERVER C
Publisher    -->    Subscriber/Publisher  -->  Subscriber

Server A publish data (Merge/push to SERVER B)
Server B publish data (Merge/push to SERVER C)

Can be done this type of publishing.?
Is there any way to doing this type of publishing.


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by:SNilsson
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Cant you use SERVER A as publisher to both B and C (or is there other data on B that dont exist on A ?)

For complicated data merge and datawarehouse solutions, I think that I would have buildt it in DTS instead.

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by:dishanf
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But whats the meaning of Republishing ? BOL says posible to doing this
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by:SNilsson
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Yes it is, and used to save/optimize bandwith when slower connections exists for exampel.

From Booksonline:
"The republisher model uses two servers to publish the same data. The Publisher sends data to a Subscriber, which then republishes the data to any number of Subscribers. This is useful when a Publisher must send data to Subscribers over a slow or expensive communications link. If there are a number of Subscribers on the far side of that link, using a republisher shifts the bulk of the distribution load to that side of the link."
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Well, since I'm the only one here, I would recommend....me :)

I did answer his question, I belive.
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