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Replication differential

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V8.2 on AIX

Update anywhere Replication.

One of the replicated tables shows 1000 rows in site A, and 1001 rows
in site B. And it's been like this for 3 hours. I didn't get any errors
from db2diag.log, or any replication log files. All the other
replicated tables are fine.

1. Is this normal? If so, what prevents that extra row in site B being
replicated to site A? (this is real time update anywhere rep)

2. If this is a problem, what can I do?

Thanks a lot!

Nov 12 '05 #1
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