SQl Server Replication Internals

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SQL Server administration
SQL Server replication
Can someone please explain me the internals of SQL Server replication. I need to know what happens when a new data is inserted, which all views and triggers get initiated and how the whole process works. Thanks.
ASKED: November 9, 2009  5:19 AM
UPDATED: November 10, 2009  6:24 AM

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The basic process is that the row is inserted into the table. When this happens the transaction is logged into the transaction log. The log reader reads the log and gets the information from the transaction log and writes it to the distribution database. From there the distribution agent (or merge agent if you are using merge replication) picks up the value from the distribution database and puts the changes into the subscription database.

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