- SQL Backup to the CAD database Publisher 2 - Disabling the replication between 2 servers 3 - Insulation the 2 databases of the 2 sides 4 - Reactivation of replication
after this we faced the issue of database size mismatch which was solved this way
This is a problem of SQL that generates the disappearance of the job SQL 'REPL-Merge'. According to TAC, a first solution is to run the following action plan:
1 - Disable the replication of databases using the CAD tool and postInstall by logging in as local Administrator on the PG 2 - Enable the replication database using the CAD tool and postInstall by logging in as the local Administarteur PG 3 - Check that the SQL job REPL-Merge 4 - Check that the account used by the job REPL SQL-Merge is CADSQLAdminUser otherwise modify the job to use this account 5 - Make a daily check (for 5 days) to verify that the SQL job still exists REPL-Merge
I've been through a few issues with replication and have solved it a few times now - including dealing with growth of the DB to over 2GB where it gets into an "Unknown" state (that's a good one to fix). Wrote an extensive paper for myself so I would not forget again.
You are right about the job owners. A Calabrio guy showed me that all those jobs should be owned by the CADSQLAdminUser.
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