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replication

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Hi SQL server people,

I want to replicate data from one sql server 2000 to another sql server 2000. I have on each server an identical database. Now in the publisher database there are a lot of INSERTS, which need to be replicated to the subscriber database on the second server. But once a week, the publisher database will be cleaned (all rows from the tables will be deleted), but this should not happen in the subscriber's database. How should I configure this?

Regards and thanks for any help!

RE: replication

Replication will transfer the delete as well as the inserts.  You can modify the delete procedure on the subscriber so that it doesn't actually delete the data.

You would also need to setup the subscription so that it doesn't delete the data on the subscriber when it initalizes the subsription.

This should handle your requirements.

Denny
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