Replication sync_method set to concurrent in SQL Server 2000

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SQL Server 2000
SQL Server database
SQL Server replication
Hi,

Just wondering what happens to data that are inserted during the time of a snapshot replication generation when the sync_method is set to concurrent, as there are no table locks, are the data insert into the publisher then held in the distribution database and when the snapshot has been completed, the data in the distribution database is replicated to the subscribers?

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Yes, that is precisely what happens.

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