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Regarding SQL Replication

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Question's on replication.
My replication-scenario:

Server A -source-tables and capture-server
Server B -destination-tables with CD tables federated in it and

Inert method: ASNLOAD with crossloader

How coul i take care when the first time replication is invovked that
the whole table is refreshed the first time?

When data are replicated at the destination server several file are
created but how could i take care of deleting this files when data are
loaded into destination tables?

Thank you in advance for any hint or tip's.

Jan 17 '08 #1
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