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Figure 4-34 Which peer-to-peer servers
Supply the values for the First server (Server value “DT11” reference A.7a in
Table 4-1 on page 301, Schema value “ITSO” reference A.22 in Table 4-3 on
page 304, and Second server (Server value “D8G1” reference B.7a in Table 4-1
on page 301), Schema value “ITSO” reference B.22 in Table 4-3 on page 304.
Click the ... button for the “First server to second server” to get a list of the
available replication queue maps, as shown in Figure 4-35.
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Figure 4-35 Select Replication Queue Map
Since no replication queue maps have been defined as yet, Figure 4-35 has no
list of existing replication queue maps. A new replication queue map needs to be
created by clicking the New... button. This displays Figure 4-36.
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Figure 4-37 Create Replication Queue Map - Properties
Supply values for the Send queue (“QREP.STLA.TO.POKA.SENDQ” reference
A.18 in Table 4-3 on page 304), Receive queue
(“QREP.STLA.TO.POKA.RECVQ” reference B.19 in Table 4-3 on page 304),
Administration queue (“QREP.STLA.ADMINQ” reference A.17 in Table 4-3 on
page 304), and let other values default.
Click OK to complete the definition, and generate the scripts for creating the
replication queue map objects on the servers, as shown in Figure 4-40.