Join me and the Enterprise Developers Guild on Tuesday, July 28, at 6:00 PM in the Multi-Purpose Room (MPR) of the Microsoft Charlotte Office. Replication is a tool in the relational database realm to keep two databases in sync. It is used to set up a child server to use a report server or to allow individual users to maintain subsets of data for their use without impacting other user’s data. Replication may take the form of transaction replication which moves data on an individual command basis in one direction, merge replication which moves the data in both directions and snapshot replication which takes a point in time snapshot of the data and moves it in one direction. In this talk, you will learn the ins and outs of SQL Server replication and how to more effectively set up replication using database driven methodologies. You will also receive information on some of the gotchas they may face in using replication.
The meeting presenter is Eric Notheisen.
Eric Notheisen sees himself as a businessman who solves business problems using automation. He is a Dot NET application developer with over 35 years experience in hardware and software technologies and 20 years experience in Windows and Web application development. He has held positions as an consultant, application developer and system/application architect. Eric is currently a application development consultant with TekSystems on contract with the Compass Group in Charlotte, NC.
Eric has been on the faculty as an Adjunct Instructor at Central Piedmont Community College in Charlotte, NC and the Community College of Aurora in Aurora, CO teaching software development and e-commerce topics. He holds four academic degrees from both the Community College of the Air Force and the University of Northern Colorado. He is certified as an MCP in Visual Basic, CLS in Lotus Notes. He received an Excellence in Innovation award from CGI for his development of a database driven rules engine.
Eric served in the US Air Force for almost 22 years and retired in 1987.
Eric and his wife Diane live in Fort Mill, SC.
The meeting is sponsored by Logical Advantage.