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Sams Teach Yourself DB2® Universal Database™ in 21 Days, Second Edition by Susan Visser, Bill Wong

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Chapter 18. Replicating Data

DB2 provides integrated replication to enable you to propagate data from a source database to a target database. Today you learn the following:

  • What replication environments are supported by DB2

  • How to create a replication source and target table

  • How to create a subscription set

  • How to administer the Capture and Apply programs

Replication Concepts

Replication is the process of propagating data from the source database and using SQL to transform the data as it is applied to tables at the target site. You can use replication to define, synchronize, automate, and manage copy operations for data across your enterprise. You can automatically deliver the data from a host system to target sites. For example, you can copy data on ...

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