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Transactional Replication - Data not copied

Posted on 2009-07-05
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I have implemented "Transactional Replication" using a script for 4 tables on SQL Server 2000 to SQL Sevrer 2008. I have created 4 publications and placed each table as 1 article in each publication:

3 tables are replicated and showed in the subscriber database. But the 4th table is not getting copied. It is a standard push subscription with no updating. For the 4th table there is a primary key and the snapshot is being applied and in the replication monitor i can see there is a buk copy of 213 rows with no errors, even the log reader agent is working fine with no errors reported. But the table is not getting copied in the subscriber database.

There are no triggers at the subscribers database and the data in the database are the 3 tables i have replicated.

I am new to replication and any trouble shooting steps for this scenario is much appreciated !

Thanks
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>>  i can see there is a buk copy of 213 rows with no errors

Then its failing in the subscriber database and glad you checked for triggers.
Kindly check for other related causes like

1. Primary Key violation / Identity Duplicate issues.
2. Foreign Key violations.
3. Check Constraint Violations.
4. Not Null violations.

Hope this helps
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