sp_helpmergeconflictrows (Transact-SQL)

THIS TOPIC APPLIES TO:yesSQL Server (starting with 2008)noAzure SQL DatabasenoAzure SQL Data Warehouse noParallel Data Warehouse

Returns the rows in the specified conflict table. This stored procedure is run on the computer where the conflict table is stored.

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Syntax


sp_helpmergeconflictrows [ [ @publication = ] 'publication' ]  
        , [ @conflict_table = ] 'conflict_table'  
    [ , [ @publisher = ] 'publisher' ]   
    [ , [ @publisher_db = ] 'publsher_db' ]   
    [ , [ @logical_record_conflicts = ] logical_record_conflicts ]  

Arguments

[ @publication=] 'publication'
Is the name of the publication. publication is sysname, with a default of %. If the publication is specified, all conflicts qualified by the publication are returned. For example, if the MSmerge_conflict_Customers table has conflict rows for the WA and the CA publications, passing in a publication name CA retrieves conflicts that pertain to the CA publication.

[ @conflict_table=] 'conflict_table'
Is the name of the conflict table. conflict_table is sysname, with no default. In Microsoft SQL Server 2005 and later versions, conflict tables are named using the format names with MSmerge_conflict_publication_*article*, with one table for each published article.

[ @publisher=] 'publisher'
Is the name of the Publisher. publisher is sysname, with a default of NULL.

[ @publisher_db=] 'publisher_db'
Is the name of the publisher database.publisher_db is sysname, with a default of NULL.

[ @logical_record_conflicts= ] logical_record_conflicts
Indicates whether the result set contains information about logical record conflicts. logical_record_conflicts is int, with a default value of 0. 1 means that logical record conflict information is returned.

Result Sets

sp_helpmergeconflictrows returns a result set consisting of the base table structure and these additional columns.

Column name Data type Description
origin_datasource varchar(255) Origin of the conflict.
conflict_type int Code indicating the type of conflict:

1 = Update Conflict: The conflict is detected at the row level.

2 = Column Update Conflict: The conflict detected at the column level.

3 = Update Delete Wins Conflict: The delete wins the conflict.

4 = Update Wins Delete Conflict: The deleted rowguid that loses the conflict is recorded in this table.

5 = Upload Insert Failed: The insert from Subscriber could not be applied at the Publisher.

6 = Download Insert Failed: The insert from Publisher could not be applied at the Subscriber.

7 = Upload Delete Failed: The delete at Subscriber could not be uploaded to the Publisher.

8 = Download Delete Failed: The delete at Publisher could not be downloaded to the Subscriber.

9 = Upload Update Failed: The update at Subscriber could not be applied at the Publisher.

10 = Download Update Failed: The update at Publisher could not be applied to the Subscriber.

12 = Logical Record Update Wins Delete: The deleted logical record that loses the conflict is recorded in this table.

13 = Logical Record Conflict Insert Update: Insert to a logical record conflicts with an update.

14 = Logical Record Delete Wins Update Conflict: The updated logical record that loses the conflict is recorded in this table.
reason_code int Error code that can be context-sensitive.
reason_text varchar(720) Error description that can be context-sensitive.
pubid uniqueidentifier Publication identifier.
MSrepl_create_time datetime Time the conflict information was added.

Return Code Values

0 (success) or 1 (failure)

Remarks

sp_helpmergeconflictrows is used in merge replication.

Permissions

Only members of the sysadmin fixed server role, the db_owner fixed database role, and the replmonitor role in the distribution database can execute sp_helpmergeconflictrows.

See Also

View Conflict Information for Merge Publications (Replication Transact-SQL Programming)
Replication Stored Procedures (Transact-SQL)