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Chapter 24. Replication Made Easy > Understanding When Replication Isn't Approp...

Understanding When Replication Isn't Appropriate

Despite the many positive aspects of replication, replication is not appropriate in a couple of situations, such as when data consistency is critical. If an application requires that data be current at every given moment, then it isn't a good candidate for replication. Replication is also not effective when a large volume of existing records are modified throughout the day by many different users. In a situation like this, resolving conflicts that happen when multiple users update the same record wouldn't be practical.


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