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A route is a one-way message stream from the source (primary) Replication Server to the destination (target) Replication Server.

A Replication Server sends messages to, or receives messages from, another Replication Server via a route. Such messages include data for replicated transactions. A route may connect Replication Servers across a local-area network or a wide-area network.

Use these commands to manage routes:
  • create route – creates and configures a route from the current Replication Server to another.

  • alter route – changes or reconfigures the route from the current Replication Server to another.

  • drop route – removes the route to another Replication Server.

  • suspend route – suspends the route to another Replication Server.

  • resume route – resumes a suspended route.