Data Propagation

The distribution of data from one or more source data warehouses to one or more local access databases, according to propagation rules. More generically, this term refers to a method of moving data from one location (a source) to another location (a target). This technique is most often used to populate a database but may also be used to move data so that it is more easily available to end users.

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