What means the "Shared Sign" under a SQL DB 
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 What means the "Shared Sign" under a SQL DB
Can anyone tell me what the hand under an SQL DB that
looks like the shared sign in Windows explorer and how do
you create it.

Iwan



Sat, 28 Feb 2004 18:31:01 GMT
 What means the "Shared Sign" under a SQL DB

This means the database is replicated.  Look at replication in BOL.

Barry


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> Can anyone tell me what the hand under an SQL DB that
> looks like the shared sign in Windows explorer and how do
> you create it.

> Iwan



Sat, 28 Feb 2004 18:51:26 GMT
 What means the "Shared Sign" under a SQL DB
It means its enabled for replication

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