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Article.PublicationName Property

 

Applies To: SQL Server 2016 Preview

Gets or sets the name of the publication to which the article belongs.

Namespace:   Microsoft.SqlServer.Replication
Assembly:  Microsoft.SqlServer.Rmo (in Microsoft.SqlServer.Rmo.dll)

public string PublicationName { get; set; }

Property Value

Type: System.String

The name of the publication.

Exception Condition
ApplicationException

When you attempt to set the PublicationName property for an existing article.

ArgumentException

When you set the PublicationName property to a null value, to a value with null characters, or to a value longer than 128-Unicode characters.

The PublicationName property is a read/write property, so it is necessary to set it before the object is created.

The PublicationName property must be set before the Create method is called to create the article on the server. Attempting to set this property for an existing article generates an exception.

The PublicationName property can be retrieved by members of the sysadmin fixed server role at the Publisher and at the Subscriber (for republishing Subscribers). It can also be retrieved by members of the db_owner fixed database role on the publication database and by users who are members of the PAL. For a MergeArticle object, this property can also be retrieved by members of the replmonitor fixed database role on the Distributor.

The PublicationName property can be set by members of the sysadmin fixed server role at the Publisher. It can also be set by members of the db_owner fixed database role on the publication database.

Retrieving PublicationName is equivalent to executing sp_helparticle (Transact-SQL) for transactional or snapshot replication or executing sp_helpmergearticle (Transact-SQL) for merge replication.

Setting PublicationName is equivalent to executing sp_addarticle (Transact-SQL) for transactional or snapshot replication or executing sp_addmergearticle (Transact-SQL) for merge replication.

Legacy Code Example

			// Define the Publisher, publication, and article names.
			string publisherName = publisherInstance;
			string publicationName = "AdvWorksProductTran";
			string publicationDbName = "AdventureWorks2012";
			string articleName = "Product";
			string schemaOwner = "Production";

			TransArticle article;

			// Create a connection to the Publisher.
			ServerConnection conn = new ServerConnection(publisherName);

			// Create a filtered transactional articles in the following steps:
			// 1) Create the  article with a horizontal filter clause.
			// 2) Add columns to or remove columns from the article.
			try
			{
				// Connect to the Publisher.
				conn.Connect();

				// Define a horizontally filtered, log-based table article.
				article = new TransArticle();
				article.ConnectionContext = conn;
				article.Name = articleName;
				article.DatabaseName = publicationDbName;
				article.SourceObjectName = articleName;
				article.SourceObjectOwner = schemaOwner;
				article.PublicationName = publicationName;
				article.Type = ArticleOptions.LogBased;
				article.FilterClause = "DiscontinuedDate IS NULL";

				// Ensure that we create the schema owner at the Subscriber.
				article.SchemaOption |= CreationScriptOptions.Schema;

				if (!article.IsExistingObject)
				{
					// Create the article.
					article.Create();
				}
				else
				{
					throw new ApplicationException(String.Format(
						"The article {0} already exists in publication {1}.",
						articleName, publicationName));
				}

				// Create an array of column names to remove from the article.
				String[] columns = new String[1];
				columns[0] = "DaysToManufacture";

				// Remove the column from the article.
				article.RemoveReplicatedColumns(columns);
			}
			catch (Exception ex)
			{
				// Implement appropriate error handling here.
				throw new ApplicationException("The article could not be created.", ex);
			}
			finally
			{
				conn.Disconnect();
			}
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