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Sql server replication queued updating

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We recommend that you use peer-to-peer transactional replication instead.

However, I just can't find the replication type Transactional publication with updatable subscriptions on the publication type page in SQL Server 2012, see the image below: Anyone can confirm, whether we have this feature in SQL Server 2012?

Transactional replication enables changes made at a Subscriber to be propagated back to the Publisher using either immediate or queued updating subscriptions.

You can create an updating subscription programmatically using replication stored procedures.

After you do, however, you cannot return to immediate updating until the Subscriber and Publisher are connected and the Queue Reader Agent has applied all pending messages in the queue to the Publisher.

This feature remains supported in versions of SQL Server from 2012 through 2016.

This topic describes the deprecated Replication features that are still available in SQL Server 2012.

These features are scheduled to be removed in a future release of SQL Server.

When the transaction is applied at the Publisher, the GUIDs from the transaction and the GUID in the publication are compared.EXEC sp_addpullsubscription_agent @publisher = @publisher, @publisher_db = @publication DB, @publication = @publication, @job_login = @login, @job_password = @password; -- Add a Windows Authentication-based linked server that enables the -- Subscriber-side triggers to make updates at the Publisher.EXEC sp_link_publication @publisher = @publisher, @publication = @publication, @publisher_db = @publication DB, @security_mode = 0, @login = @login, @password = @password; GO USE Adventure Works2008R2; GO -- Execute this batch at the Publisher.When published data is changed at either the Publisher or the Subscriber, the row receives a new globally unique identifier (GUID) to indicate that a new row version exists.The Queue Reader Agent uses this column during synchronization to determine if a conflict exists.For more information about enabling updatable subscriptions, see Enable Updating Subscriptions for Transactional Publications.