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Is there any way to start DBREMOTE so that it replicates only specific publications? Something like the option -n in DBMLSYNC.

asked 23 Apr, 07:09

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AFAIK, no, there is no such option.

DBREMOTE sends and/or receives modifications for all according publications. IMHO, that is a design choice and does manifest in the fact that the according SYS.SYSREMOTEUSER table stores the sent/received transaction log offsets per remote database, not per publication. – In contrast, MobiLink does manage those per publication, cf. SYSSCYNC/SYSSYUNC2.

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answered 23 Apr, 07:55

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Thanks, this was also my point, I wanted just to get a confirm.

(23 Apr, 07:57) Sarkis
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Well, "AFAIK":) - possibly Reg has some smart workaround?

(23 Apr, 08:05) Volker Barth
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