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Sybase to SQL Server Replication setup

Posted By:      Posted Date: October 25, 2010    Points: 0   Category :Sql Server

Dear Tech experts,

Currently we have customers extensively using online replication between their production , BCP and reporting servers. We have to provide a similar replication toppology in the SQL Server 2008 environment. With a sequenced rollout of applicaitons across their business units, there will be coexistence of Sybase and SQL Server platforms (heterogeneous replication).

Pls guide us with relevant links/info on this along with your comments

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