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auditing changes via replication
Posted by: James Kwon
Date: October 08, 2010 12:18PM

Hi. I don't know if this is possible but it would really help if it were...

I have a replicated database and the primary is on a remote network (owned by 3rd party). I need to be able to identify what was inserted/updated/deleted via the replication process without making modifications on the primary database (i.e. triggers).

Is there a way to audit these changes on my replicated db? I was thinking of maybe creating a trigger on my db tables to capture the changes but would it work with the replication process? Would it break the replication process since my db will now have triggers?

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