SQL Server Performance

Two Way repliaction.

Discussion in 'Performance Tuning for SQL Server Replication' started by krajdba, Aug 16, 2005.

  1. krajdba New Member


    I have a publisher Box and a Subscriber Box.How can we configure Two Way
    replication between publisher and Subscriber.

    All I want is the Data changes in the Publisher should to applied to the
    Subscriber as well as Subscriber Changes should be applied to the Publisher.

    Urgent Please


  2. dineshasanka Moderator

    Use Merge Replication

    Merge replication allows the publisher and subscriber to independently make changes to the database. Both entities can work without an active network connection. When they are reconnected, the merge replication agent checks for changes on both sets of data and modifies each database accordingly. If changes conflict with each other, it uses a predefined conflict resolution algorithm to determine the appropriate data. Merge replication is commonly used by laptop users and others who can not be constantly connected to the publisher.

  3. LongHairedGit New Member

    Faced with this design, I chose to have users update the central database, but use the local database for reading. My app has a very high ratio of reads to writes, and your app may be completely the opposite, in which case ignore me.

    Long Haired Git

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