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Replication - Not replicating deletes

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Hi, does anyone know how to avoid replicating delete statements?

I have a table in a source database. This table is pruned
occasionally. I'd like to have a copy of this table in a second
database, containing every row that ever existed in the source table.
So, when a "delete from srouce where ..." is execute, that delete is
not replicated, but all other SQL statements against the source table

Is there a sane way to do this with DB2 replication?


Nov 12 '05 #1
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