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Rejoining replicating servers

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Jim
We had a two-site system go badly wrong as a result of something. The net
result of this was that the publisher had to be completely reformatted and
reinstalled. The server has, as a result of this, been given a different
name (went from being a named instance to not being one).

Currently the publisher doesn't know it's a replicating system.

Is there any way to join these two together so that they just start
from where they left off, or will I have to re-do all the replication
from scratch by various SELECT INTOs to get the data across, then
pushing out fresh subscriptions?

Thanks,

Jim
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Sep 21 '05 #1
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You might get a better response in
microsoft.public.sqlserver.replication.

Simon

Sep 21 '05 #2

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Jim
In article <11*********************@g14g2000cwa.googlegroups. com>, Simon Hayes wrote:
You might get a better response in
microsoft.public.sqlserver.replication.


Thanks.

Jim
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the letters up a bit." - Dr. House.
Sep 21 '05 #3

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