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The function that receives the publication. This is typically another SQL Server 2005 server, but it can include client workstations or devices. You can also replicate to non SQL Server databases for example, Oracle and Microsoft Access.
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Lesson 1: Designing a Strategy to Manage Replication
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Publish all referenced objects.
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If you are publishing a database object that depends on other database objects, you must publish all referenced objects. For example, if you publish a view that depends on a table, you must also publish the table.
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A replication model is a map of how data is distributed across your SQL Server 2005 network and how you configure your servers during replication implementation. When you choose a replication model, you need to bear in mind the physical layout of your Publisher, Distributor, and Subscriber databases. You can implement one (or more) of the following models:
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Peer-to-Peer Allows replication between identical participants in the topology. This model enables roles to move dynamically between nodes for the purposes of maintenance and failure management. The disadvantage of the Peer-to-Peer model is the additional administrative overhead involved with moving roles. Central Publisher Maintains the Publisher and Distributor roles on the same
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SQL Server 2005 server, with one or more Subscriber roles configured on other servers. This model provides ease of maintenance and management but places a significant additional workload on the publication server.
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Implements the Publisher and Distributor roles on separate SQL Server 2005 servers, with one or more Subscriber roles configured on other servers. The workload is more evenly distributed than on the Central Publisher model, but you need to maintain an additional server.
Central Publisher with Remote Distributor Central Subscriber Provides a Subscriber role on a single server that collects
information from several Publishers. The Central Subscriber collates the information, and you can optionally configure it to then republish the collated information to other servers. If you use this replication model, you need to ensure that all tables used in replication have a unique primary key.
Obtains data from a Publisher and relays it to other Subscribers. You typically use this model with one of the other models. For example, you could configure a Publisher to replicate to a publishing Subscriber at a remote location. The publishing Subscriber can then replicate the information to other Subscribers at its location.
Publishing Subscriber
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Replication
Designing and Configuring Replication Alerts
If you have chosen the appropriate replication model, ensured that your servers have sufficient resources to cope with their assigned roles (for now and in the foreseeable future), and configured replication correctly, the process should occur without user intervention. However, this does not mean that you can ignore it. You need to monitor the replication process, and you need to configure alerts to warn you when anything goes wrong.
Predefined Alerts
SSMS and Microsoft SQL Server Agent enable you to use alerts to monitor events for example, replication agent events. SQL Server Agent monitors the Windows application log for events that are associated with alerts. If such an event occurs, SQL Server Agent responds by executing a predefined task, sending an e-mail or a pager message to a specified DBA, or both. SQL Server 2005 provides a set of predefined replication alerts for replication agents. Table 10-1 lists the predefined alerts that SQL Server 2005 installs when a computer is configured as a Distributor.
Table 10-1 Predefined Replication Alerts
Predefined Alert Replication: agent success Replication: agent failure Replication: agent retry
Condition That Causes the Alert to Fire The replication agent shuts down successfully. The replication agent shuts down with an error. The replication agent shuts down after unsuccessfully retrying an operation. Typically, this happens when the agent encounters an error such as server not available, deadlock, connection failure, or time-out failure. An expired subscription is dropped. The response job Reinitialize subscriptions on data validation failure reinitializes a subscription successfully.
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