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    Unanswered: Replication !!!

    Replication vs DProp.

    As I understand Dprop is to be used for cross-platform or multi-vendor RDBMS.

    Does Dprop is available for NT/Unix Platform ???..if available ..

    Does it make sense in using DProp rather then using
    Replication ? (Source DB as well as target DB is existing
    both on NT or both on UNIX)

    Or is there any advantage of using Dprop on NT. ?

    Any inputs on the same will be highly appreciated.


    Thanks/Regards,
    Ssuresh

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    Re: Replication !!!

    I have always assumed that DB2 Replication works on DProp Principles ...

    Cheers
    Sathyaram

    Originally posted by sbas
    Replication vs DProp.

    As I understand Dprop is to be used for cross-platform or multi-vendor RDBMS.

    Does Dprop is available for NT/Unix Platform ???..if available ..

    Does it make sense in using DProp rather then using
    Replication ? (Source DB as well as target DB is existing
    both on NT or both on UNIX)

    Or is there any advantage of using Dprop on NT. ?

    Any inputs on the same will be highly appreciated.


    Thanks/Regards,
    Ssuresh
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    Replication is what IBM now calls DPropR now that it is part of UDB (LUW).

    Andy

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