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  1. #1
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    Unhappy Unanswered: Damm Replication!

    I have A split database, both the back-end and the front-end are located on the server. The front-end is then copied onto the client machines, and as long as they have the required map drive, it works. Before the database was split, the users had tried to create a replication set but they had deleted the replica. I managed to break the replication set, and split the database and it all worked fine.

    Now the user wants to change the back-end but they noticed that the replication is back! Because this not the design master (which I am unsure how that happened) they can't make changes to any database objects. Im not sure whether or not they have created the replication but how do I go about removing the replication set when I can't locate the design master and the database is split?

    Thankyou for any assistance anyone might have...
    Last edited by quantumleaders; 09-05-02 at 04:55.
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  2. #2
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    Re: Damm Replication!

    Have you tried recovering the design master? So You can make the changes....
    In Access 2000
    Tools>Replication>RecoverDesignMaster
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    Re: Damm Replication!

    Thanks, but its all done in Access 97..
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    I recall reading something at http://www.trigeminal.com which gives instructions on how to fix your problem.

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    ...

    Interesting resource, they had quite a lot of information for using replication... thankyou for the URL...
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