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How can I synchronize two SQL Server databases so that changes to one database, i.e., Insert/Update, will synchronize with the other database, and vice versa?
You will want to use the merge replication tool to achieve this goal. Merge replication is designed to move data between multiple systems, where the data can be updated on any of the systems.
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