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Sybase Replication Server: Out of Mutexes? wtf?

For those of us that use Sybase’s Replication Server, we have long ago been pacified into believing that there really isn’t much that can be done with Replication Server’s quirks but to endure them. In today’s edition of the Sybase RepServer Quirks we take a...

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FW Ken Rearick: repserver exception list/deleter

My good friend Ken Rearick wrote a rather clever little stored procedure for managing all the exceptions that are raised in the life of a Sybase Replication Server.  He posted this on sybase.public.rep-server a few days ago: This is a rewriten rs_delexception script that will...

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Sybase Replication Server: ignoring duplicate keys

Sybase’s Replication Server allows you to replicate data entry from one database into another (there can be more than one replicate database).  They don’t necessarily have to be even from the same vendor. Duplicate rows will occur when an application inserts data into the primary...

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