I have two servers; server A host SQL Server 2000 and server B ( a remote server) host SQL Server 2005. I replicate data between these two servers using transactional replication. I recently migrated (side by side) the SQL server 2000 to SQL Server 2008 hosted on a virtual server. I would like to mimic the replication I already have between server A abd B. Can someone tell me the best practice of carrying out this task? Essentially, what I want to do is to set up a transactional replication between the SQL Server 2008 hosted on a virtual server and SQL Server 2005 hosted server B ( a remote server) . Do I have to create all the publications and subscriptions from scratch ? Thanks for your contribution in advance.


OK, so first of all here is the video tutorial for you: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sbrUtfkkVUE

But before jumping on it, please consider reading the Selecting the Appropriate Type of Replication - maybe, Snapshot replication will fit you better for some reason.

If you are completely sure that Transactional replication is the way to go for you. check official Considerations for Transactional Replication

Hope that helped

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