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How to identify a database is configured for replication or not?

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I would like to identify my DB is subjected to or configured for replication. How to achieve it? Please suggest.
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Question by:Easwaran Paramasivam
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I suggest you look at the sys.databases catalog VIEW.  Specifically the following:
select name, is_published, is_subscribed, is_merge_published, is_distributor
FROM sys.databases 

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Thanks.
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