Practice 2: Configure Publishing and Distribution in Visual Studio .NET

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Practice 2: Configure Publishing and Distribution
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In this practice, you will use the Configure Distribution Wizard to configure your server as a Publisher and Distributor. You will also generate the scripts to document the configuration. 1. If necessary, open SSMS and connect to your server by using Windows authentication. 2. Right-click the Replication folder and choose Configure Distribution. The Configure Distribution Wizard starts. 3. On the Configure Distribution Wizard page, click Next. 4. On the Distributor page, leave the default option (COMPUTERNAME Will Act As Its Own Distributor; SQL Server Will Create A Distribution Database And Log)
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and then click Next. This option provides steps to create the distribution database. If you want to use a remote server, there is no need to create the distribution database.
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By default, replication uses SQL Server Agent jobs to execute replication agents. If SQL Server Agent is stopped or configured for manual startup mode, the Configure Distribution Wizard will have to perform additional steps to start SQL Server Agent and to change its configuration to automatic.
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5. On the Snapshot folder page (see Figure 19-9), set the path to C:\ReplicationPractice\ReplData and click Next.
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Figure 19-9 Configuring the Snapshot folder
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Snapshot folder path
Specifying a local path for the Snapshot folder limits the replication process to push subscriptions only. In the next lesson, you will use a UNC network path to configure the Snapshot folder, which allows both push and pull subscriptions.
6. Review the distribution database default settings and click Next. The distribution database will store data and log files in the default folder.
Lesson 2: Setting Up Replication
7. On the Enable Publishers page, review the authorized publishers. Confirm that the local server is selected and click Next. 8. On the Wizard Actions page, select both check boxes. You will create the distribution database, configure the server, and create the script to document the configuration. Click Next. 9. On the Script File Properties page, use the path and file name C:\ReplicationPractice\Scripts\ConfigureDistribution.sql and select Overwrite The Existing File. (You will use this script in other practices.) Click Next. 10. On the Complete The Wizard page, review the configured options and then click Finish. 11. Wait for the configuration of the Distributor and Publisher to complete and then click Close.
Practice 3: Configure a Snapshot Publication
In this practice, you will create a snapshot publication with four articles: three tables and one stored procedure. The tables Product, BillOfMaterials, and UnitMeasure will have the schema and data published. You will also publish the schema of the uspGetBillOfMaterials stored procedure. 1. If necessary, using SSMS, connect to the server by using Windows authentication. 2. Expand the Replication folder and right-click the Local Publications folder. Choose New Publication. The New Publication Wizard starts. 3. On the New Publication Wizard page, click Next. 4. On the Publication Database page, select the database ReplTesting and click Next. This step will configure the publishing database. 5. On the Publication Type page, verify that Snapshot Publication is selected. Click Next. 6. On the Articles page, shown in Figure 19-10, expand Tables and select the BillOfMaterials, Product, and UnitMeasure check boxes. Expand Stored Procedures and select the uspGetBillOfMaterials check box. The publication will copy the schema and data of the tables and the schema of the stored procedure. Click Next.
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Figure 19-10 Selecting different object types to publish
7. Read the Article Issues warning and then click Next. The warning informs users that the stored procedure depends on other objects that might not be published; it might not behave as expected if objects it depends on do not exist in the Subscriber database. In this case, you are publishing all the required objects. 8. On the Filter Table Rows page, click Next. 9. On the Snapshot Agent page, select both check boxes. You want the Snapshot Agent to run immediately and to create a scheduled job. Click Change to configure the schedule. 10. In the Frequency section of the Job Schedule Properties dialog box, select Weekly from the Occurs drop-down list. Verify that the Sunday check box is selected. In the Daily Frequency section, select Occurs Once At to configure the job to run at midnight. Click OK to confirm the schedule, which schedules the agent to run once a week, every Sunday, at midnight. The Snapshot Agent will generate schema and bulk copy (BCP) files once a week. Click Next to continue. 11. On the Agent Security page, click Security Settings. 12. Select Run Under The SQL Server Agent Service Account and leave the default option, By Impersonating The Process Account, in the Connect To Publisher section. Click OK to confirm the security configuration and click Next to continue.
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