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Posted - 08/26/2003 :  11:30:49  Show Profile  Visit AskSQLTeam's Homepage  Reply with Quote
This article was submitted by Sujoy Paul. He writes "The plethora of mission critical databases in most companies has made it imperative to harness the valuable data by integrating across various database vendors and on different platforms. The seamless integration of the complexities involved is made possible by using replication across heterogeneous sources. MSSQLServer 2000 enables the usage of both snapshot and merge replication to take place across heterogeneous databases by OLEDB and ODBC. This article explains the usage of replicating data from MSSQLServer 2000 database to Access database."

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