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REPLICAS

Discussion in 'Information Technology' started by DREAMER, Jul 28, 2006.

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  1. DREAMER

    DREAMER
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    Hello,

    I have created only one REPLICA of one MDB (that has only tables) with Access XP and have distributed 10 COPIES of same (Copy and paste) to the different ones PCs in the network .....

    QUESTIONS:

    1 - When it synchronizes the 10 copies (that in fact are the same one, but copied) with the main design, I can experience some problem?

    2 - When each one of those REPLICAS generate his ID, it can happen that different registries are superposed, erasing data of another synchronization?

    I hope understand my questions.

    Thanks!

    Dreamer. -
     
  2. Larry Linson

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    There are some good articles on replication at http://www.trigeminal.com.

    You may get some good answers here, but the articles there are worth the
    time and effort to read. (Replication is, as they say, "not for the faint of
    heart.") If all the PCs are on the network, I wonder why you chose
    replication -- it is generally used for PCs that are not networked together
    (for example, an office with multiple sales or service reps who carry
    notebook PCs off-site) and, thus, could not share a back-end containing
    tables, relationships, and data on a shared disk but can obtain access from
    time to time for synchronization. The multiuser environment with a shared
    data MDB is simpler and more straightforward than replication.

    Larry Linson
    Microsoft Access MVP


    "DREAMER" <LG@ARGENTINA.COM> wrote in message
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    Hello,

    I have created only one REPLICA of one MDB (that has only tables) with
    Access XP and have distributed 10 COPIES of same (Copy and paste) to the
    different ones PCs in the network .....

    QUESTIONS:

    1 - When it synchronizes the 10 copies (that in fact are the same one, but
    copied) with the main design, I can experience some problem?

    2 - When each one of those REPLICAS generate his ID, it can happen that
    different registries are superposed, erasing data of another
    synchronization?

    I hope understand my questions.

    Thanks!

    Dreamer. -
     
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