Represents article information for a published database object.
public ref class PublicationArticle sealed
public sealed class PublicationArticle
Public NotInheritable Class PublicationArticle
The PublicationArticle structure is used when returning limited information about articles in a published database. This object is used primarily by SQL Server Management Studio. Use the TransArticle or the MergeArticle objects to create, view, modify, and delete articles in a publication.
Any public static (
Shared in Microsoft Visual Basic) members of this type are safe for multithreaded operations. Any instance members are not guaranteed to be thread safe.
|PublicationArticle() PublicationArticle() PublicationArticle()||
Creates a new instance of the PublicationArticle class.
|AllowInteractiveResolver AllowInteractiveResolver AllowInteractiveResolver||
Gets or sets whether or not to allow subscriptions to invoke the Interactive Resolver when conflicts occur during synchronization.
|ArticleName ArticleName ArticleName||
Gets or sets the name of the article.
|ArticleResolver ArticleResolver ArticleResolver||
Gets or sets the friendly name of the custom conflict resolver or business logic handler used when synchronizing the article.
|ArticleType ArticleType ArticleType||
Gets or sets the source object type for the article.
|ColumnTracking ColumnTracking ColumnTracking||
Gets or sets how conflicts are detected when synchronizing data rows.
|PublicationName PublicationName PublicationName||
Gets or sets the name of the publication to which the article belongs.
|ReplicationType ReplicationType ReplicationType||
Gets or sets the type of publication to which the article belongs.
|ResolverInfo ResolverInfo ResolverInfo||
Gets or sets additional data and parameters that are to be used by a Component Object Model (COM)-based conflict resolver.
|UserData UserData UserData||
Gets or sets an object that allows users to attach their own data.
|VerifyResolverSignature VerifyResolverSignature VerifyResolverSignature||
Gets or sets the options for verifying the digital signature on a Component Object Model (COM)-based conflict resolver to determine if it is from a trusted source.