Shareplex provides a wide range of options to clean up the queues or get rid of existing replication. These actions are necessary for a variety of reasons ranging from testing replication in a QA environment to dealing with replication issues in a production environment. Each of the tools has its own advantages/disadvantages. The solution delves primarily on the command to purge the config but also explores other options such as to abort or deactivate the config and explains the subtle difference between these options. It briefly delves on other options like deleting queues as an alternative. The solution tries to explain all this by means of case studies. For details on these commands, one can refer to the Reference Guide.
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