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Schema changes when using the Queue Tran option
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When you use Queue Tran mode, the replication process adds a uniqueidentifier column to all tables or underlying tables in the publication. This column is used to control row versions. Some applications might fail because of the additional column.
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The Failover option enables the subscription for immediate updating with queued updating as a failover. Data modifications can be made at the Subscriber and propagated to the Publisher immediately. If the Publisher and Subscriber are not connected, you can change the updating mode so that data modifications made at the Subscriber are stored in a queue until the Subscriber and Publisher are reconnected. The Queue Failover option enables the subscription as a queued updating subscription with the capability to change to immediate updating mode. Data modifications can be made at the Subscriber and stored in a queue until a connection is established between the Subscriber and Publisher.
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It is important for you to regularly back up your replication databases and test to make sure you can restore those backups. You need to regularly back up the following replication databases: the publication database, the distribution database, subscription databases, and the msdb and master databases at the Publisher, Distributor, and all Subscribers. If you perform regular log backups, any replicationrelated changes should be captured in the log backups. If you do not perform log backups, make sure to perform a backup whenever you change a replicationrelated setting. You can restore replicated databases to the same server and database on which you created the backup. If you want to restore a backup of a replicated database to another server or database, note that replication settings will not be preserved. In this case, you must re-create all publications and subscriptions after you restore the backups.
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Replicated databases have special backup and restore considerations depending on the type of replication you are performing. Covering all these considerations and steps is beyond the scope of this chapter, but for detailed information, see the SQL Server 2005 Books Online topic Backing Up and Restoring Replicated Databases.
PRACTICE
Configuring Snapshot Replication
In the following practices, you create a snapshot replication configuration that uses a single server for testing purposes.
Practice 1: Prepare the Environment for Replication
In this practice, you create the file directories required to configure snapshot replication. One of the folders will hold the Snapshot folders, and another will hold the scripts. You also create a copy of the AdventureWorks database that will be used as a publishing database. Finally, you create an empty database that subscribes to the publication. 1. In the root folder of the C drive, create a folder named ReplicationPractice. This folder will hold the subfolders for the replication practices. 2. In the ReplicationPractice folder, create two subfolders: ReplData and Scripts. The ReplData folder will store the snapshots of publications; the Scripts folder will store replication configuration scripts.
Lesson 2: Setting Up Replication
3. Open SSMS and connect to the default instance of the database engine by using your Windows account. 4. Expand the Databases folder. 5. Right-click the AdventureWorks database, and select Tasks, Back Up. You will back up the AdventureWorks database and use this backup to create a database for testing purposes. 6. If there are any destination files or backup devices in the destination list box, remove them by clicking Remove. 7. Click Add to add a destination file. Name the file AdventureWorks.bak in the default backup path, and click OK. 8. Click OK to back up the database. Wait for the backup process to complete, and then click OK. 9. Right-click the AdventureWorks database and choose Tasks, Restore, Database. You will use the recently created backup to create a testing database. 10. In the To Database text box, type ReplTesting to name the database. You will use the ReplTesting database to create publications. 11. Click OK to initiate the restoration process and then click OK to close the confirmation message displayed when the restore completes. 12. Right-click the Databases folder and choose New Database. You will create an empty database that will subscribe to the publication. 13. In the Database text box, type SubsTesting to name the database. Click OK to create the database.
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