Replicate new and modifed document since last replication

I am trying to set up a replica on my local machine for a database on a server

I essentilly want to :
1. Create a new replica
2. For subsequent replications, only replicate the documents that have been creted or modified since the last replica

The replication should send and recieve documents

I have tried using a selection formula and a view with little success, i.e.

@created>?? & modifed > ?? where ?? is the last replication date.

and I have looked at the Replication settings but I cannot find "last Replcated date"

Is there a way of doing this?
the_sleeper1928Asked:
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Sjef BosmanGroupware ConsultantCommented:
I sense a misunderstanding.

I assume you created a replica already? Then there's nothing you have to do, except for enabling replication in your Location document. Replication already works the way you describe. No view needed, no replication formula.

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