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So I have a SQL Server 7.0 database that can not be upgraded. it is only allowed to have data read and written in it. I created a SQL Server 2008 R2 database which is the same structure. I want to synchronize the data between both so whatever happens on the SS7.0 happens in the SS2008 R2, and vice versa, is there a way to do so? I'm not asking for a ready answer, I just want a trail to follow, tips and such. So far I only managed to export a copy of the data with bcp, but I can't do it each time

  • Publisher has to be higher or equal version than subscriber in order to be supported. SQL Server 7.0 is totally not supported. So you are on your own. I guess, your as is implementation of bcp out and bcp in data is the way or look for a 3rd party who still supports this. – Kin Shah Nov 17 '16 at 15:37
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You can find a lot of articles about MS-SQL Server 7.0 replication in Technet and MSDN.

Two-Way Replication with SQL Server 7.0

Microsoft SQL Server 7.0 Replication Made Easy

Replication for Microsoft SQL Server Version 7.0

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I would 'start' by doing some Internet searches for 'sql server 7 transactional replication'

This article appears to have quite a bit of useful information about this topic, but I'm not 100% sure if everything in the article is still relevant.

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