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satya

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    1. Bhavani
      Hi Satya, I'm struggling hard to get few data about replications could you please help me out. I would like to know how to identify the list of DB's on a servers which are subscribed. I'm not even able to identify whether a SQL server has any subscriptions. I want system Stored procedure which returns this information, not by looking into the Object Explorer.
    2. MichaelB
      got a book now? cool! congrats!
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    Satya Shyam K Jayanty is a Principal Consultant & Director for D Bi A Solutions (Europe) Limited, specialised in data platform performance tuning, security review, high availability solution and SQL Server health-check review.

    In 1992, Satya started his career in the IT industry as a computer operator and assistant programmer, and then in 1996 transformed his career as a SYBASE DBA. He has been working with SQL Server (beginning from version 4.2) for more than 15 years and is an accomplished Microsoft SQL Server MVP since 2006. He is a regular speaker and SME volunteer at major technology conferences such as Microsoft Tech-Ed (Europe, India, and North America), SQL PASS (Europe and North America), SQL Bits—UK, and manages the Scottish Area SQL Server user group based in Scotland. He is also a moderator in most web-based SQL Server forums (Microsoft Technet and www.sql-server-performance. com ), a writer, a contributing editor, and blogs at www.sqlserverqa.net knowledge sharing network. Tweets - @sqlmaster