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Replication jobs showing a status of "No replicated Transactions are available" - why?

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Have setup replication jobs on serverA going to serverB.  When I initially ran the Snapshot and Distribution jobs the jobs worked fine.  The second time the Distribution job ran it is showing a status of "IDLE" when i would expect "SUCCEEDED"  but the Last Action column is showing the text "No replicated Transactions are available" when I would expect it to show "applied the snapshot to the subscriber"

Anyone have any idea why this is happening.
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Looks like nothing have changed since first snapshot, so SQL Server see no needs to make a new snapshot.
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