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SAP NetWeaver MDM 7.1 Administrator's Guide by Uday Rao

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Maintaining a master/slave repository

This feature enables a "pull-based" replication of MDM repositories in a read-only mode. Each repository copy (slave) can either be on the same MDM server as the original or on a different platform at a different location.

When the slave repository is created for the first time, it's nothing but a read-only duplicate of the master repository. Any change done in the master, after the slave creation, will not be reflected in its copy unless the slave sends a synchronization request to its master. This request updates the slave making it an up-to-date copy of the master.

Benefits and limitations of master/slave concepts

Master/slave repositories can provide a variety of benefits, including:

  • Performance boosts: They ...

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