Applies To: SQL Server
Returns the rows in the specified conflict table. This stored procedure is run on the computer where the conflict table is stored.
sp_helpmergeconflictrows [ [ @publication = ] 'publication' ] , [ @conflict_table = ] 'conflict_table' [ , [ @publisher = ] 'publisher' ] [ , [ @publisher_db = ] 'publsher_db' ] [ , [ @logical_record_conflicts = ] logical_record_conflicts ]
[ @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.
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.|
|MSrepl_create_time||datetime||Time the conflict information was added.|
0 (success) or 1 (failure)
sp_helpmergeconflictrows is used in merge replication.
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.