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Transactional Replication Question - 2008R2

Transactional Replication Question - 2008R2

Transactional Replication Question - 2008R2

I am trying to figure out what all this encompasses. If I make changes on the provider to a table w/o a primary key and a stored procedure that uses that table and then run that stored procedure on the provider, what would you expect to have happen? The table in question is really just a staging table that the stored procedure uses to populate other existing tables with primary keys. What I guess I am really wondering is does the replication try to run the stored procedure again on the subscription server, or does it just replicate the results of the stored procedure running, pushing the table data changes out?


RE: Transactional Replication Question - 2008R2

As I understand the documentation, both are possible. This comes in especially handy for very long running procedures, where you only want the results published. Have a look here:


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