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Pitfalls with Merge Replication in a SQL 2000 Environment

, 12 Jun 2007
This article covers pitfalls found while doing a merge replication in SQL 2000

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Psycho-*Coder*-Extreme
Software Developer (Senior)
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I received my Bachelors from the University of Georgia in 1989 and have been a Windows programmer ever since. I have worked with encryption algorithms, online payment systems, Windows Development, MSSQL 4 and above, VB 4 and above. I received my .Net Certification in 2005 and currently work as a Software Developer in a .Net House (mainly VB.Net, but I also do some C# on the side). I run a small Web & Software Development company from my home and (as stated) work full-time as a .Net programmer.

Update: I am now Senior Application Developer for a small upstart company. I develop solely in C# utilizing MSSQL

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