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Chapter 17. Access Replication Made Easy > Making a Database Replicable

Making a Database Replicable

A replicable database is simply a database whose Replicable property has been set to True. If a database hasn't been marked as replicable, you can't replicate it. However, when you flag a database as replicable, the Jet Engine makes several changes to it to render it replicable. Until the Jet Engine makes these changes, Access doesn't recognize the database as part of a replication set and you can't synchronize it with other databases.

When you're ready to replicate a database, you should take the following steps:


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