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A computer that meets the hardware and software requirements for Microsoft SQL Server 2005. SQL Server 2005 Developer, Workgroup, Standard, or Enterprise Edition installed. SQL Server Agent running and configured with a Microsoft Windows service account.
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The SQL Server services (SQL Server, SQL Server Agent, Analysis Services, Report Server, and SQL Server Browser), use accounts to authenticate to the local computer and to the network. These accounts are configured when you install SQL Server, but you can use SQL Server Configuration Manager (SSCM) to change the configuration afterwards. To configure a SQL Server service account using SSCM: 1. Create a Windows user account. Use Local Users And Groups to create the account in the local server s user database, or use Active Directory Users And Computers if the server is a member of an Active Directory domain. Open SSCM. In the console tree, click SQL Server 2005 Services. In the details pane, doubleclick the service you want to configure. On the Log On tab, select This Account. In the Account Name text box, type the name of the Windows account (or click Browse to browse for and select the user account you just created). Type the user s password in the Password and Confirm Password text boxes. Click OK to save your changes. When prompted, click Yes to restart the service. The service now logs on using the user account and password you specified. If you use SSCM to change the SQL Server Agent service account, it is automatically assigned to the SQLServer2005SQLAgentUser$SERVERNAME$INSTANCENAME local group to grant the minimum required rights to operate the service.
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Javier Loria Distributing data geographically is not an easy task when you don t have the right set of tools. I frequently find customers using complex proprietary solutions to distribute data to multiple sites. Most of these solutions do not provide the manageability that replication does. When that is the case, my message to the customer frequently is Don t reinvent the wheel! SQL Server 2005 provides three replication types and a variety of options within those types so that you can create a customized data-distribution solution for your business needs. SQL Server 2005 also gives you the tools you need to efficiently create, manage, and monitor replication, including SSMS, SQL Server Replication Monitor (SSRM), and Transact-SQL replication stored procedures and Replication Management Objects (RMOs). And the best part is that this powerful functionality and these management tools come free as integral parts of SQL Server 2005.
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Managing Replication
Lesson 1: Understanding Replication Types
SQL Server 2005 provides three main types of replication: snapshot, transactional, and merge. These three central types of replication, combined with a variety of options, offer a wide selection of alternatives that you can use to satisfy multiple business needs for distributed computing and high availability. In this lesson, you will learn the key terms and concepts underlying SQL Server 2005 replication and review the three types of replication available.
After this lesson, you will be able to:
Understand replication terminology. Explain the three replication types and their advantages and disadvantages. Understand the roles of the different replication agents.
Estimated lesson time: 20 minutes
Understanding Replication Terminology
SQL Server replication uses a metaphor from the publishing industry to name components in its architecture. The metaphor of a magazine and its components helps communicate to database architects, administrators, and developers a clear image of the role each component plays in a replication solution.
Publications and Articles
SQL Server replication begins with two elements: an article and a publication. An article, the most basic unit of replication, represents the database object that is replicated. SQL Server 2005 replication allows the following articles:
Tables Views Filtered tables or views, by column or row Indexed views Definitions of stored procedures Execution of stored procedures
SQL Server groups articles from the same database in a unit called a publication. The publication element serves two purposes: It simplifies the configuration and management of the replication process, and it provides a unit to assure the logical relationship
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