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It Only works with transactional and transactional peer to peer
T-SQL script which you can use to monitor the status of transactional replication and performance of publications and subscriptions.
Things to be considered before executing the ...
And nothing about the functions. Why is the function information
missing in the actual plan?
This is by design, for performance reasons.
Functions that contain BEGIN and END in the definition create a new T-SQL stack frame for each input row. Put another way, the function body is executed separately for each input row. This single fact explains most ...
It's highly unlikely you'll find a better merge replication solution than what's built-in.
Merge replication in particular is hard to implement.
I would suggest that if you're having issues with the current setup breaking, take it up with Microsoft. They should be very motivated to help you find the root cause of the problem so their customers are happy, ...
So are you telling me that every user of my database has to have sysadmin access if they are going to be doing deletes?
No, as per BOL's documentation on sp_trace_generateevent:
User must have ALTER TRACE permission.
Bad news: SQL Server 2000 isn't officially supported. You're putting yourself in a situation where the link between these two servers could cause problems, and if you call Microsoft for support, you'll be out of luck.
Don't be That Guy who breaks the production server because he wanted to connect these two servers. Tell your management that SQL Server 2000 ...
Basically, they say that the application should never bring into its domain something that is used by replication only (it's only "DBA stuff" for them).
I agree completely. But... the primary key isn't only used for replication (presumably the application uses it in some way). The argument makes no sense in this context.
In any event, as far as I'm aware, ...
"Basically, they say that the application should never bring into its domain something that is used by replication only (it's only "DBA stuff" for them)."
But it's not used for replication only. It's also (and already) your PK.
This is a complicated situation, but I think that the best solution would be to make an additional table (which I'll call UserFilters), just to hold the consolidated data from the Road, UserRegion and SyncSetting tables in a single combined row format and then to Join your Replication Filter to that table instead. This UserFilters table would need to be ...
Please check for orphaned rows for deleted subscriptions in sysmergesubscriptions and delete them. For example, the subscriber that this is failing on may have duplicate entries in sysmergesubscriptions, one being orphaned from a previously deleted subscription.
This has been the cause of this error and solution for clients of mine in the past, ymmv. I ...
Primary key conflicts/violations will not be resolved automatically. You will need to manually delete one of the offending rows to get the primary key conflicts from reoccurring on every synchronization.
If you expect primary key conflicts to occur regularly then you may want to consider doing one of the following:
Horizontally partition your data by ...
This is the sort of thing that Microsoft Consulting Services can help you with. They know replication really well, and setting up large merge replication farms needs to be done just right or the whole thing will come crashing down.
If there are specific errors that need troubleshooting you can post those here so that they can be figured out, but if it's ...
Other than the minor things you've already picked up on (additional storage requirements, and potential performance differences as a result of requiring more I/O for the same number of rows), no, I can't think of any real gotchas with adding a ROWVERSION column to these tables.
One potential issue, though, with merge replication specifically, is if Access ...
Those aren't different versions just different service packs. Replicating between 2008 and 2008 R2 would better fit that definition of replication between two specific versions.
So The way I understand the MSDN article on the subject here is this
When you replicate between or among different versions of SQL Server,
you are usually limited to the ...
The way CouchDB's replication mechanism is created and integrated is kind of unique. This has to do with the historical situation, that CouchDB should be able to live in a distributed world from the beginning. That said, "older" databases like MySQL or PostgreSQL do not have these features, because there was never a need for it.
It is very important to ...
When using Merge with identity columns — will need to specify an identity range management option of either automatic or manual so that duplicates do not occur.
With automatic, replication will automatically manage the assignment of identity ranges for nodes participating in the Merge topology.
With manual, you will need to manually assign "islands" of ...
The prefered method would be to alter the merge agent profile.
See this link for a detailed explaination on how to do that:
The setting will take effect the next time the merge agent runs.
What is occurring here is not what it appeared to be. The stored procedure to write into my top level tables were using transactions.
It was the transactions that were causing heaps of extra locks. It worked fine once those transactions were removed.
You need to inspect the Conflict Viewer and observe the conflict types and the conflicting row values. Something to note is that the Conflict Winner column will display the winning row values which are pulled from the base tables. If you think about it, these values are volatile and can change, so the values you see in the Conflict Winner column may not be ...
The biggest time saving option is to generate the snapshot and compress it with your favorite program, like 7-Zip, copy the compressed snapshot to the subscriber using file-copy or FTP, and then apply it locally using the -AltSnapshotFolder Merge Agent parameter. The existing Product database can be left in place while the snapshot is being copied over and ...
A few thoughts. It sounds to me like you may be able to get away with a couple options if replication is what you end up with. First a word of caution - Replication isn't something that should just be configured in production and enabled/used unless you have some experience with it. This becomes truer with more important workloads and busier systems. ...
If anyone wants to increase the column width of the replicated table in SQL Server 2008, then no need to change the property of replicate_ddl=1. Simply follow the steps as given.
Connect to Publisher database
ALTER TABLE [Table_Name] ALTER COLUMN [Column_Name] varchar(22)
It will increase the column width from varchar(x) to varchar(...
It turns out that the Import wizard ( because it is considered like a Bulk Insert or BCP ) is disabling replication triggers on the tables they are loading data to, which prevents Merge Replication from detecting new records.
This article: Bulk loading data into a merge replicated table explains this with more details.
One workaround is to use the ...
You should be able to apply the SP3 without dropping any merge replication publications. The order of upgrade should be to upgrade (1) distributor, then (2) publisher, then (3) subscribers.
The SP3 is for SQL Server 2008, not the SQL CE 3.5 mobile tools. Since you are running merge replication then I assume that you have SQL CE 3.5 SP2. So all should be ...
Open SQL Server Management Studio
expand instance of SQL server
expand Replication Folder
expand Local Publications
Right click publication that you want to check for any expired subscriptions and choose 'Launch Replication Monitor'
expand My publishers, right click on publisher in question and click 'Configure replication alerts'
Choose 'Replication Warning:...
There is no supported way to achieve what you want to do, aside from complete reinitialization. That said, you might be able to achieve a shortcut and retain a supported configuration, but only under direction of a Microsoft support engineer. Attempting to modify the system replication tables without that guidance risks compounding your current problems.
You can get information you need by querying the dbo.MSReplication_monitordata table from a distribution database with this script, for all publications:
SELECT status AS ReplicationAgentsStatus
WHERE publication = 'ALL'
For particular publication, modify 'ALL' in WHERE statement
Also, you can use this ...