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replication: Replication (pronounced rehp-lih-KA-shun) is the process of making a replica (a copy) of something.

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SearchDomino

Manage Oct 16, 2002

Replicating Databases

This tip explains how to replicate databases. Continue Reading

SearchDomino

Manage Sep 21, 2001

Selective replication

Tips for a couple of different selective replication problems Continue Reading

SearchOracle

By Harish Harbham Problem Solve Jul 05, 2006

Replication between RACs

Is it possible to establish replication between two RACs? Continue Reading

SearchCRM

By William McKnight Manage Nov 29, 2001

The role of replication

This tip addresses the place for replication in the world of data warehousing. Continue Reading

SearchDomino

Manage Sep 07, 2001

Fast & easy mass replication

Here's how to quickly replicate with a minimum of hassle. Continue Reading

SearchOracle

News Apr 17, 2003

Oracle replication

Database replication can be surprisingly complex. Whether setting up duplicate Oracle databases or synching with SQL Server, Oracle experts Karen Morton and Brian Peasland admit that many decisions factor into ... Continue Reading

SearchStorage

By Christopher Poelker Problem Solve Jan 17, 2003

Seven steps to data replication

Seven steps to data replication Continue Reading

SearchSQLServer

Manage Jul 05, 2005

Snapshot replication

Excerpted from the McGraw-Hill/Osborne Media book SQL Server 2000 Administration, this tip explains why snapshot replication is the simplest to set up and understand. Continue Reading

SearchSQLServer

Manage Jul 05, 2005

Transactional replication

Excerpted from the McGraw-Hill/Osborne Media book SQL Server 2000 Administration, this tip explains how transactional replication works by sending changes to the subscriber as they happen. Continue Reading

ComputerWeekly

Feb 07, 2011

Remote replication: Comparing data replication methods

Learn how remote replication fits into a disaster recovery plan, as well as the various data replication methods available, such as host-based, array-based and network-based replication. Continue Reading