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Trigger on Replicated table from another Database

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I have a problem trying to update a table I replicated from a master table "Details" in database "BRC" on server "Comp24" on to my database "BRCTM" on my local server "Comp28" ,
as in changes made to the master table
"Details"[database "BRC" on server "Comp24"]
should be reflected in the replicated version
"Details" [database "BRCTM" on my local server "Comp28"],
but the reverse should not be possible
Could I please get some guidance as to how to perform this operation ?
Please give the SQL trigger syntax for this operation.
I am using MS SQL Server 2000 Developer Edition
Feb 6 '08 #1
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if you don't need it in real time, why not schedule a job instead that will backup the database and restore it on the local one, overwritting the local one.

if you need it in real time, try replication

-- ck
Feb 6 '08 #2

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