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Default Replication with SQL2005

I have a database which houses management information, including the business contacts and appointments diary ... a number of our people regularly work offline and would be interested in knowing how I can synchronise the SQL data out to an Access database.

We already have an offline application that works with Access, so I presume that if I nail the idea of replication that I can then do some cleverness in SQL and/or Access so that we don't need to re-write a whole load of stuff.

Any advice is welcomed.


Sean Anderson

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