A type of replication in SQL Server in which Publishers and Subscribers can work autonomously and later reconnect, synchronize, and merge data changes to achieve convergence among all nodes in the topology. Merge replication is typically used in server-to-client environments.
A bit of background. We developed an app that uses merge replication. Right now, we are currently publishing about 212 articles, and everything is fine, as it appears to fall into the 256 article ...
I have a database on the publisher that is involved in replication (publication configured for merge and transaction). Trying to regain control of the log file for this particular database (VLF count, ...
I set up merge replication with SQL Server 2008, I am having issues when creating new data on clients and trying to synchronize with the remote server. Pulling data from the server works fine. But ...
I got a suggestion over at Stackoverflow to post here....greatful for any and all help. Please bear with me I think this might take a while to explain. For many years now my company has hosted a ...
Possible Duplicate: Hard limitation for merge replication article count? I am using merge replication in SQL 2012. I am looking here: Maximum Capacity Specifications for SQL Server (2012) ...
I have a merge subscription with the ExchangeType parameter set to 1 (upload only). Rows are transferred to the publisher as expected. If I delete a row at the subscriber, the corresponding row at ...