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Detect when the current DB was last successfully replicated

Using Notes 5 is there any way (preferably using formula) to detect when the current database was last successfully replicated?
Not directly. However, if you create a special view that contains just one special document and write an agent to update it daily in a central replica, then you could use @DbColumn to read the date from that view and see how many days ago it is.

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