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Summary

Replication is a very complex and robust Access feature. It can be used at the most basic level to synchronize changes between two databases, or, in an enterprise-wide application, to synchronize changes between many machines on a WAN (Wide Area Network). The easiest, but least robust, way to implement replication is by using the Access user interface or the Windows 95 Briefcase. However, with the Replication Manager, you can schedule and manage synchronization activity, as well as handle the most complex of replication topologies. Finally, by using code, you can customize the behavior of your application's synchronization activities.


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