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Replication Question

2 posts in Replication Last posting was on 2006-11-20 15:37:23.0Z
Joey Jodoin Posted on 2006-11-17 21:01:18.0Z
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From: "Joey Jodoin" <joey@mandatasys.com>
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Subject: Replication Question
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I am trying to do replication on the same server but through different
databases. Everything set up without any problems and the middle table
(with __ in front of the title) is showing that there is pending
replications. With this being done, the other database tables have yet to
be updated per the replication. I looked through the FAQs for replication
and all it said is that if this issue came up was that something was
blocking it and no more information. What would I want to look at to see
about finding what is blocking the transfer?


Edgar Sherman Posted on 2006-11-20 15:37:23.0Z
Date: Mon, 20 Nov 2006 08:37:23 -0700
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You should check the error log for Advantage. The error log will
probably contain errors pertaining to the first record in the
replication queue, and why replication has stopped. (if you are not
ignoring errors, then if any error occurs replication will stop). If
this is the case, resolve the error and replication should begin to work
again. Another thought, check if replication is enabled for your
server. You can check this by opening ARC going to Tools->Remote Server
Info connecting to your server, and finally choose the tab Installation.
Look for the field replication and ensure that it is enabled.

Edgar Sherman
Advantage Support

Joey Jodoin wrote:
> I am trying to do replication on the same server but through different
> databases. Everything set up without any problems and the middle table
> (with __ in front of the title) is showing that there is pending
> replications. With this being done, the other database tables have yet to
> be updated per the replication. I looked through the FAQs for replication
> and all it said is that if this issue came up was that something was
> blocking it and no more information. What would I want to look at to see
> about finding what is blocking the transfer?
>
>