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Transactional Replication and Failover Cluster

Hi All,

I would like to set up transactional replication with failover cluster.
Did anybody tried this? Does it work together? Is there anything I
should be coutios when I set up these together? or Is there any
glitches?

If somebody helps me I will really appreciate it

Thanks

May 11 '06 #1
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laststubborn (ar*********@gmail.com) writes:
I would like to set up transactional replication with failover cluster.
Did anybody tried this? Does it work together? Is there anything I
should be coutios when I set up these together? or Is there any
glitches?

If somebody helps me I will really appreciate it


I would ask that question in microsoft.public.sqlserver.replication. I
know some people who hang out there who should know the answer.

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