This article showed you how to use transactional replication to replicate the schema and execution of stored procedures as well as the schema of views and UDFs. Although similar to replicating table data, replicating code modules is quite different because it requires re-initializing subscriptions. Unlike replicating table data, the schema of code modules is replicated only when the Snapshot agent runs and generates the snapshot for initialized subscriptions.
SQL Server supports replicating the execution of stored procedures. With careful planning, you can take advantage of this functionality to replicate data changes more efficiently than with table replication.
The next article in this series will continue exploring the details of transactional replication. Stay tuned!