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XP and Replication

I'm trying to find a central website/group that lists what is possible
with
regards to replication depneding on your OS. For example, is
transactional
replication supported on XP Pro and SQL Server Standard Edition?

I have a scenario where a machine has XP PRo and SQL Developer's
Edition. If
I recall correctly, transactional publishing is not supported from a
box with
this configuration.

If someone could point me in the right direction, it would be greatly
appreciated!

Thanks!!

Sep 21 '05 #1
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As far as I'm aware, replication has nothing to do with the OS, and it
depends only on the edition of MSSQL - transaction replication is
certainly possible with Standard Edition (MSDE on the other hand can
only be a transactional subscriber). But you'll probably get a more
definite answer in microsoft.publi c.sqlserver.rep lication.

Simon

Sep 22 '05 #2

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