Thenamespace implements the Replication Management Object (RMO) model. RMO provides programmatic access to Microsoft SQL Server replication from a managed code environment.
Returns information about the results of the last run of a replication agent.
Encapsulates all operations on replication agent profiles, such as creating, deleting, adding, and removing parameters, and assigning specific profiles to certain agents.
Represents parameters in a replication agent profile.
Represents a supported parameter used in replication agent profiles.
Represents information about a merge replication conflict table.
Represents the server registration for the managed code assembly that implements a business logic handler.
Represents information you use when you connect to Microsoft SQL Server.
Represents a COM-based resolver registration at a server in a merge replication topology.
Represents information about an article published in a transactional or snapshot publication stored at the Distributor.
Represents a collection of DistributionArticle objects.
Represents a distribution database at the Distributor.
Represents a collection of DistributionDatabase objects.
Represents information about a transactional or snapshot publication stored at the Distributor.
Represents a collection of DistributionPublication objects.
Represents information about a Publisher registered at the currently connected Distributor.
Represents a collection of DistributionPublisher objects.
Represents information stored at the Distributor about a subscription to a transactional or snapshot publication.
Represents a collection of DistributionSubscription objects.
Represents a column contained in a table on a non-Microsoft SQL Server Publisher.
Represents a table on a non-Microsoft SQL Server Publisher.
Structure that represents identity range management settings for a published article when the source table contains identity columns.
Used to return the date and time of the last merge subscription validation.
This API supports the product infrastructure and is not intended to be used directly from your code. Represents a light publication.
Represents an article in a merge publication.
Represents a collection of MergeArticle objects.
Represents conflict information for a table article in a merge publication.
Contains information about the Snapshot Agent job that generates the data snapshot for a subscription to a merge publication with a parameterized row filter.
Represents a join filter or logical record relationship between to merge articles.
Represents information about a Subscriber's partition for a merge publication with a parameterized row filter.
Represents a merge publication.
Represents a collection of MergePublication objects.
Represents a pull subscription to a merge publication.
Represents a collection of MergePullSubscription objects.
Represents detailed information about a step in a Merge Agent session.
Represents information on errors that occur during a Merge Agent session.
Represents Merge Agent session information.
Enables Subscriber-side monitoring of subscriptions to merge publications.
Represents a subscription to a merge publication registered at the Publisher.
Represents a collection of MergeSubscription objects.
Represents a threshold metric used when monitoring a publication.
Represents information on the number of pending commands for a subscription to a transactional publication and a rough estimate of how much time it takes to process them.
Represents login information in the publication access list (PAL) for a publication.
Represents article information for a published database object.
Monitors a publication.
A collection of PublicationMonitor objects that represents publications at the Distributor.
Represents the login used when connecting to the instance of Microsoft SQL Server that is configured as a Publisher in a replication topology.
Monitors a replication Publisher.
Represents a collection of PublisherMonitor objects.
Represents a Subscriber that has been registered at a Publisher or a Distributor.
Represents a collection of RegisteredSubscriber objects.
Represents the schedule for a replication agent job.
The base class that is used in the construction of replication object collections. It contains functionality that is common to the replication object collections.
Represents a column object in a table that contains information needed by replication.
Represents a publication or subscription database in a replication topology.
Represents a collection of ReplicationDatabase objects.
Monitors a replication server.
Abstract class that is the base class for all classes in the Replication Management Objects (RMO) programming interface.
Represents a schema-bound view and contains information needed by replication.
Represents an instance of Microsoft SQL Server that is involved in replication. It can take the role of Distributor, Publisher, Subscriber, or any combination of them.
Represents replication agent status information and threshold monitor warnings.
Represents information on a stored procedure object that is required by replication.
Represents information on a table object that is required by replication.
Represents a user-defined aggregate function and contains information needed by replication.
Represents a user-defined function and contains information needed by replication.
Represents information on a view object that is required by replication.
Returns information about a subscription.
Represents information required to initialize a subscription from a backup.
Represents an alternate Publisher used to synchronize a subscription to a merge publication.
Represents tracer token information.
Represents an article in a transactional publication.
Represents a collection of TransArticle objects.
Represents returned conflict information for a table article in a publication that supports queued updating subscriptions.
Represents a transactional publication.
Represents a collection of TransPublication objects.
Represents a pull subscription to a transactional publication.
Represents a collection of TransPullSubscription objects.
Represents a push subscription to a transactional or snapshot publication.
Represents a collection of TransSubscription objects.
Interface that encapsulates the Microsoft Windows security account information used by Microsoft SQL Server Agent to start a replication agent job.
This API supports the product infrastructure and is not intended to be used directly from your code. Represents replication DB object.
Enumerates the options for adding a column to a table published in an existing publication.
Indicates whether a replication agent profile is system-defined or user-defined.
Enumerates the various types of replication agents.
Specifies whether the data type mapping between two database management systems (DBMS) for an article has been defined by a user or is the default mapping.
Enumerates the type of database objects that can be published by replication.
Enumerates values that specify the supported HTTP authentication methods for Web synchronization.
Enumerates default behaviors when reinitializing subscriptions to a merge publication.
Enumerates the table-level permissions that are verified when the Merge Agent applies changes at the Publisher.
Enumerates options that control how changes are propagated for transactional articles.
Enumerates options for selecting the winning row when conflicts occur during synchronization of an updating subscription to a transactional publication.
Enumerates schema option values for published articles.
Enumerates the versions of Microsoft SQL Server that are supported for database compatibility with Microsoft SQL Server 2005.
Enumerates whether data definition language (DDL) changes to published tables are replicated.
Enumerates options for the location of the Data Transformation Services (DTS) package.
Enumerates the options available for an updating Subscriber to propagate changes back to the Publisher.
Enumerates values that specify the type of filters used in merge articles.
Enumerates options for managing identity column range assignments in tables published using merge replication and transactional replication with updating Subscribers.
Enumerates the data file formats supported for the initial snapshot.
Enumerates the supported status settings for a merge article.
Enumerates parts of a Merge Agent session being monitored.
Enumerates the phase of a Merge Agent session.
Enumerates the status of a Merge Agent session.
Enumeration additional types of subscriptions supported by merge replication.
This API supports the product infrastructure and is not intended to be used directly from your code. Specifies a monitor cache refresh policy.
Enumerates values that determine whether a merge publication uses precomputed partitions.
Enumerates the ways in which data in an article is partitioned amongst subscriptions when the merge publication uses a parameterized row filter.
Enumerates the commands that are executed prior to subscription initialization when a published table already exists in the subscription database.
Enumerates supported publication properties.
Enumerates product version values that are used by merge replication to determine which features can be used by publications in a given database.
Enumerates the supported types of replication used to publish a database.
Enumerates the type of queuing available to a transactional publication with updating Subscribers.
Specifies the supported security modes used by updating Subscribers when connecting to the Publisher.
Specifies the status of a replication agent job.
Enumerates the supported replication threshold monitor warning values.
Enumerates values that specify the changes to apply when a merge subscription is resynchronized.
Enumerates values that specify the units for the retention period.
Enumerates constant values used to set replication schedules.
Enumerates values that specify a smaller scheduling unit for specific schedule frequencies.
Enumerates the types of frequencies used when scheduling a replication agent job.
Enumerates values that represent the frequency of a replication agent schedule relative to the ScheduleFrequencyType.
Enumerates options for generating scripts that are used to create or remove replication objects.
Enumerates the values that represent the status of a publication.
Enumerates the types of data sources that can be a Subscriber to a publication.
Enumerates merge article options for updates made at a Subscriber with a client subscription.
Enumerates backup devices that can be used to initialize a subscription.
Enumerates options for returning monitored subscriptions.
Enumerates options for the status of a subscription.
Enumerates options for how the initial synchronization is performed for a subscription.
Enumerates the updating behaviors for subscriptions to transactional publications.
Enumerates methods supported for rowcount validation of transactional publications.
Enumerates the types of data validation supported by replication.
Enumerates values that specify whether the Merge Agent must verify the digital signature on a Component Object Model (COM)-based conflict resolver to determine if it is from a trusted source.