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-This feature of [[replicator_snc_bulk_share|Bulk Share]] when set, will only share the extreme child class of the table selected for sharing. ​ For example, if the //​cmdb_ci_server//​ is selected for sharingand this option is checked, when the CI is actually a Linux server, only the //​cmdb_ci_linux_server//​ record is sent.  ​+This feature of [[replicator_snc_bulk_share|Bulk Share]] when set, will only share the extreme child class of the table selected for sharing. ​ For example, if the //​cmdb_ci_server//​ is selected for sharing and this option is checked ​if the CI is actually a Linux server, only the //​cmdb_ci_linux_server//​ record is sent.  ​
  
-When un-selected,​ the actual record ​for the targeted table is sent.  So, for the above example, the //​cmdb_ci_server//​ record is sent.  Because it contains a //​sys_class_name//​ value of the actual class, when subscribed to and reconstituted,​ it will produce all the necessary class hierarchy ​when the subscriber is ServiceNow. ​ However, if the subscriber is not ServiceNow, you will only get one record.+When un-selected,​ the actual record ​of the targeted table is sent.  So, for the above example, the //​cmdb_ci_server//​ record is sent.  Because it contains a //​sys_class_name//​ value of the actual class, when subscribed to and reconstituted,​ it will produce all the necessary class hierarchy ​if the subscriber is ServiceNow ​instance.  However, if the subscriber is not ServiceNow ​instance, you will only get one record.
  
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