If replication is implemented then it is important to have a list of objects that have been replicated. Replicated objects are known as article in terms of replication setup. So articles may have slightly different concerns in terms of performance, drop or truncate command. Use the following simple script to get the list of replicated objects in a database.
USE [Ur DB Name Here] GO SELECT NAME AS [Object Name] ,type_desc AS [Object Type] ,is_published AS [Is Data and Schema Published] ,is_schema_published AS [Is Only Schema Published] FROM sys.objects WHERE is_ms_shipped = 0 AND (is_published = 1 OR is_schema_published = 1)
[Is Data is Schema Published] is for tables. While [Is Only Schema Published] is for other objects like USPs, UDF and Views.