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Old February 19th, 2005, 10:29 PM
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In SQL Server 2000, during replication, I added 3 new articles to the subscription from the publisher. I ran the wizard which reinitialized and ran the snapshot agent. It ran ok. It looked ok in the snapshot folder. But the distribution agent didn't create new tables in the subscriber db. No errors that I could see. Publisher and subscription are on the same server. Worked ok in the past when I added articles. Any ideas

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u said that the publisher and the subscribtion are on the same server. the publisher is a server itself. if u mean to say publication that the subscription is a push subscription.try running the snapshot agent manually. if it is a transactional publication try running the log reader agent and then the distributor agent manualy this should do.

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It is a push subscription. I did run the snapshot agent manually the 3rd time I tried. It showed the status of the tables being reinitalized and the number of records in each table. But when it finished all the tables in the subscription were empty! I've run it before the same way and it reinitalized and populated the subscription tables.

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