Archidrb <Archi...@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in
> Remind me at some point in the future to explain what ReplicationYou complain that Access folks don't seem to know about SQL Server
> in Access is and how it is completely opposite of what it is in
> SQL. There is a lot of back and forth arguments on this board
> that demonstrates that SQL DBAs don't know about Access and Access
> DBAs need to learn about SQL.
> Next time you are in a .mdb file, go to Tools>Replication>Create
and SQL Server folds don't seem to know about Access, yet what you
write above shows that you are guilty of exactly the crime you are
claiming that the rest of us have committed. The comments above
about replication show that you really don't have much concept of
Jet replication at all, nor that it is a perfectly robust and fully
developed technology that existed long before SQL Server had full
merge replication. Indeed, my understanding is that the SQL Server
team that implemented full merge replication (I think it was SQL
Server 7?) drew some of its personnel from the Jet replication
group. There's solid reason for that because the problems of
replication are the same with any database engine.
You do know that since Jet 4 an MDB can participate as a merge
You seem not to know these things, which makes your accusations of
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