Defining Remote Subordinates for Request Replications


Once you have defined a request replication configuration, follow this procedure to specify a subordinate site into which the master site will replicate the requests.

To define a subordinate site for a request replication:

  1. From the Replication Administration main window, click the Configurations tab.

  2. From the filter in the navigation area, select Request Master.

  3. In the navigation area, select the configuration to which you want to add the subordinate site in the navigation area.

  4. In the content area, click the Add button: addbutton00016.gif from the Remote Subordinates section.

  5. The New Remote Subordinate dialog box appears (if you have not already defined the appropriate remote subordinate network parameters on the master site, you will need to use the Administration Console Network administration cluster tools before proceeding).

  6. From the Node name list, select the remote node.

  7. From the DB connection list, select the connection string that you want to use to connect to the database server.

  8. From the Base database list, select the base database name.

  9. The Is replication enabled for this subordinate check box should normally be left checked.

  10. If you will be using offline/"air-gap" replication, uncheck the Is this online Replication check box.

  11. To allow replication from the subordinate site back to the master site, select the Is subordinate replicating back to the master checkbox.

  12. If you want to restrict the access to the replicated requests to read only, select the Replicate requests to this site as read-only checkbox.

  13. Optionally, click the Requests Types tab and enter the request types that you want to replicate back to the master site.

  14. Click OK.

Related Topics

New/Edit Remote Subordinate Dialog Box for Requests

Modifying Request Replication Configurations