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Make a table replicable

Make a table replicable

Make a table replicable

I have a database that's been replicated.  Needed to add functionality to the design master and that included a new table.  After implementation, I synchronized, but the replicas do not share the new table.  The table lacks that little yellow "yin-yang" arrow icon that shows the table's been replicated.  How to set that property?

RE: Make a table replicable

 In order to add the new table to your replicas you have to set the property for that table as replicable.  On the database menu right click the table, select properties.  Under attributes check "replicable."  Synchronize your database again and the new table should be replicated.

RE: Make a table replicable

Thanks,  that worked.  Right click did nothing, inexplicably, but I could find the attribute under view::properties.  Also got to it via the replication manager. Thanks again.

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