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Replication - Changes to Server database's impact to local database

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We have a SQLSERVER database that is replicated to many users.
We are currently in an expansion phase where we need to make changes
to the server database. Each time we rollout a new release, we are
deleting the local replicating database and recreating.

Is there any way to automatically transfer the changes from the server
to existing local database without deleting?
Jul 20 '05 #1
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di*******@nswccd.navy.mil (Michael diPilla) wrote in message news:<4e**************************@posting.google. com>...
We have a SQLSERVER database that is replicated to many users.
We are currently in an expansion phase where we need to make changes
to the server database. Each time we rollout a new release, we are
deleting the local replicating database and recreating.

Is there any way to automatically transfer the changes from the server
to existing local database without deleting?


It's not clear what you mean by 'changes' - changes to table
structures can be replicated if you make them through the publication
properties dialogue.

I'd suggest you post this in microsoft.public.sqlserver.replication,
as you'll probably get a better answer there.

Simon
Jul 20 '05 #2

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