bidirectional replication


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bi·di·rec·tion·al rep·li·ca·tion

a situation in which DNA replication proceeds with two replication forks moving in opposite directions around a circle or D-loop-type structure.

bidirectional replication

A type of DNA replication which occurs in opposite directions from the same point of origin, thus creating 2 replication forks.
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The error is in a statement about the bidirectional replication capabilities between Oracle and Microsoft(R) SQL Server(TM).
In addition to the new bidirectional replication functionality included in beta 2, Host Integration Server 2000 highlights Microsoft's commitment to providing support and integration possibilities for back-end and host systems through increased performance and ease of configuration for DB2 access and COM+ support for integrated Consumer Information Control System (CICS) and Information Management System (IMS) transactions.
0 and SQL Server 2000 databases, and a reliable, scalable bidirectional replication component capable of synchronizing data between productivity appliances and a centralized, SQL Server-based data store.
SQL Server for Windows CE supports all of the major CPUs for Windows CE and offers three key components: a robust data store for data persistence; a query processor to simplify and optimize complex queries; and reliable and scalable bidirectional replication capabilities to allow for the automated synchronization of data between productivity appliances and a centralized, SQL Server-based data store.
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