Non-Transactional Replication

Sometimes called asynchronous replication, this type of data replication uses inbound/outbound queues and XML documents to replicate content (data) or to pass application calls (RPCs).

Non-transactional replications can occur at either of the following intervals:

  • Immediate - Updates go directly into the replication queue.
  • Set time - Updates go into the replication queue at set intervals, as defined in minutes, hours, or days.

Once the data is in the queue, it is processed by the Replication service when the specified time has elapsed.