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CONVERTING A DATABASE TO A REPLICA

Calling the MakeReplicable method on a database automatically converts the database to a replicable format. A new feature in Access 2000 is the ability to track data changes at the column (cell) level as well as the row (record) level. A column is the most basic unit of information recognized in replication when the ColumnLevelTracking, sometimes referred to as CLT, is set on a table. The ColumnLevelTracking property is a custom property, which exists both on the database and on each individual table. ColumnLevelTracking is the default on each table when the ColumnLevelTracking property is set to TRUE on the database. The database CLT property can be set only when making the database replicable. When a table's ...

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