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Step 6: Test the Application

SQL Server 2000

To test the application you have built, execute updates and then select the data to see the results. Use the datecol column to see when rows were updated at each database, relative to each other.

Examples
1. Execute updates to the first row in test1 and test2
USE test1
GO
UPDATE two_way_test1 SET intcol = 20 , charcol = 'updated at test1' WHERE pkcol = 1
 
USE test2
GO
UPDATE two_way_test2 SET intcol = 60 , charcol = 'updated at test2' WHERE pkcol = 1
2. Select data from both tables to verify that the changes were propagated
SELECT * FROM test1..two_way_test1 WHERE pkcol = 1
SELECT * FROM test2..two_way_test2 WHERE pkcol = 1

If the starting value of intcol was 10, the value in test1 was incremented by 10 and the value in test2 was incremented by 50. The conflict resolution in the update custom procedure sums the values in this column, so this integer value converges to 70 in both databases. It may take a few seconds to see the results in both tables.

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