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NOTE: You can set up multiple publications for the same database. This is a useful scheme if, for example, you want to make different subsets of data available or if you want to use different replication methods for various Subscribers.
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Click the Properties & Subscriptions button in the Create and Manage Publications window, and you can view all the options that are available for each publication (see Figure 8-17). In some cases, you might want to make minor changes to the publication without going through all the steps in the wizard again. You can also perform other useful tasks, such as generating SQL scripts for creating this publication or setting valid logon information for replication.
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After you set up the various types of publications you want to make available, it s time to create push and pull subscriptions. Like the other tasks related to replication, this can easily be set up by using wizards. The basic steps involve choosing a source publication and then specifying a destination database. In most cases, you ll probably want to create a new database to serve as a container for the replicated items. You ll also be able to specify how often subscriptions are refreshed. Options range from continuous refreshing to running them on specific schedules. For more information on the exact steps required to push or pull subscriptions, use the appropriate wizards or see SQL Server Books Online.
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NOTE: You can set up replication between databases on the same server. Although this might cause an unnecessary decrease in performance, it s a great way to test your replication settings before making them available to other machines across the network.
Using Transact-SQL
Although the quickest and easiest way to configure replication is by using the wizards in Enterprise Manager, you might want to use Transact-SQL commands so that you can access the additional features they offer. Transact-SQL commands can also be used to create custom jobs or modify those that were created in Enterprise Manager. For example, if you want to set up complex replication scenarios on many servers, you can create a single script or stored procedure that quickly performs the necessary operations. Furthermore, Transact-SQL commands support more options than are available using the GUI tools. Table 8-1 lists some of the useful system-stored procedures that can be used to configure and manage SQL Server replication. By using these commands, you can work with replication settings. A good way to learn about how the stored procedures are used to create publications is to generate a
Procedure sp_addarticle sp_droparticle sp_adddistributiondb sp_dropdistributiondb sp_addmergepublication sp_dropmergepublication
Function Creates or removes an article and adds it to or removes it from an existing publication. Creates or drops the distribution database. (Used for storing replication information on a Distributor.) Creates or drops a new merge publication.
Table 8-1.
Useful Stored Procedures for Replication
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Procedure sp_addmergesubscription sp_addpublication sp_droppublication
Function Creates a new push or pull merge subscription. Creates or drops a new publication for use in snapshot or transactional replication. (Articles can be added to the publication with sp_addarticle.) Creates or drops a new Snapshot Agent for refreshing snapshot information. Creates or drops a new pull subscription at the Subscriber. Adds or removes a replication Subscriber; also supports non-SQL Server Subscriber types. Adds or removes a subscription to/from an existing publication. Allows for horizontally partitioning the data in an article. Adds or revokes a login to the access list for a publication. Displays information about articles. Displays information about the distribution database on a Distributor. Displays information about a Distributor and the distribution database. Displays information about existing subscriptions.
sp_addpublication_snapshot sp_droppublication_snapshot sp_addpullsubscription sp_droppullsubscription sp_addsubscriber sp_dropsubscriber sp_addsubscription sp_dropsubscription sp_articlefilter sp_grant_publication_access sp_revoke_publication_access sp_helparticle sp_helpmergearticle sp_helpdistributiondb sp_helpdistributor sp_helpsubscription
Table 8-1.
Useful Stored Procedures for Replication (continued)
script for an existing one. This script can then serve as a template for the proper command syntax. Although the table mentions the most common stored procedures and their functions, the complete list of system-stored procedures used for replication operations is much larger. For a complete list, stored procedure syntax and further documentation, see the Books Online.
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