Subject Re: [IBO] One Way Replication
Author Jason Wharton
One way means that it is only able to take changes from one source to a
It could be possible to configure two-way with two one way replication if
special care is taken to avoid infinite looping.

Jason Wharton
CPS - Mesa AZ

----- Original Message -----
From: "Gerhardus Geldenhuis" <flooder@...>
To: <>
Sent: Tuesday, November 06, 2001 1:38 AM
Subject: [IBO] One Way Replication

> The help file states that currently replication is only one way. I am not
> totally sure what is meant/implied by one-way.
> Second Question.
> I want to give a short description of my db structure and want to know if
> the replication modules will be able to do the job. If I understand the
> meaning of oneway correctly then my replication need is two way in a
> Table Structure
> Amount Integer
> Code VarChar(25)
> Branch VarChar(25)
> BookType VarChar(25)
> DateTime TimeStamp
> Primary Key(Code,Branch,DateTime)
> This table is used to manage stock, that include the booking to branches
> the sale that happens.
> Typical Entry
> Amount Code Branch BookType DateTime
> 10 A4 GLEN IN 06/11/01 09:30
> -2 A4 GLEN SALE 06/11/01 10:30
> We have multiple branches but each branch only have the data for itself
> not for the other branches. The main branch has to have all the data, for
> itself and for the branches.
> Thus data have to be send from the main branch(workshop) to the other
> branches and the sales data from the branches send to the workshop.
> Records will never be edited so that kind of replication is not necesarry.
> Groete
> Gerhardus