What are the limitations for replicating stored procedure and functions?
Followings are the limitations for replicating stored procedure and functions −
- Type of Action − Actually the replication of stored procedure and functions depends upon the type of action. If the action, embedded in stored procedures, is nondeterministic (random) or time-based then it may not replicate properly. By their very nature, randomly produced results are not predictable and cannot be exactly reproduced, and therefore, random actions replicated to a slave will not mirror those performed on a master.
- Type of transaction − non-transactional tables for which errors occur during large DML actions (such as bulk inserts) may experience replication issues in that a master may be partially updated from DML activity, but no updates are done to the slave because of the errors that occurred.
Published on 21-Feb-2018 11:03:38