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RavenDB Filtered Replication

RavenDB gets filtered replication— like the one CouchDB had for a while

One of the features I asked about was the ability to filter out parts of the namespace for replication — instead of the ‘all or nothing’ approach used by default. […] Basically — my aim is to allow the developer to set replication filters — so only a part of a namespace is replicated — rather than the whole db.

For now this feature is available as a forked project on GitHub.

Original title and link: RavenDB Filtered Replication (NoSQL databases © myNoSQL)

via: http://blogs.sonatribe.com/wayne/2011/06/07/replication-predicates-in-ravendb/