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Posted Wednesday, September 22, 2010 2:19 AM


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Hello,

I have the following problem: I have a bidirectional transactional replication on SQL Server 2005 Std Ed. SP 1 . On the replication monitor i have the error "The row was not found at the Subscriber When Applying the replicated command." I run stored procedures (ex: "EXECUTE distribution.dbo.sp_browsereplcmds
@ X0000001900001926000800000000 xact_seqno_start = '0 '
@ X0000001900001926000800000000 xact_seqno_end = '0 '
@ Publisher_database_id = 29
@ Command_id = 1
") and I found on column "command " where would the problem. (from the result running the above procedure).

Contents column "command" looks like this: "(CALL [sp_MSupd_dbotablename ](,,,,,...)}"

What should I do now? (Must run the content column "Command" ("(CALL [sp_MSupd_dbotablename ](,,,,,...)}") on subscriber ..?!...)

Thank you very much and I want an answer as murgent.


Thanks


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Posted Wednesday, September 22, 2010 2:41 AM


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Must run on both servers message from the replication monitor ??

(IF @ @ trancount> 0 rollback transaction
(Transaction sequence number: 0x0023006F .....))

Thank you very much and I want an answer as murgent.


Thanks


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Posted Wednesday, September 22, 2010 2:58 PM


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It looks like there's an update to a row on the publisher that is failing as the appropriate row cannot be found on the subscriber...

Your options are:
a) Skip these kinds of errors by including the "-SkipErrors 20598" switch in the distributor agent (not very recommended as you'll not know what kind of data issues you're having)
b) Locate the row on the publisher that is being updated, insert this row on the susbcriber DB. The update should then go through.

In replication monitory - when you see the error that the row was not found at the subscriber you will find the xact_seqno and the command_id as part of the error message...what you can do is this:
EXEC distribution.dbo.sp_browsereplcmds 'Put the xact_seqno from the error here','Put the same xact_seqno from the error here too' - for e.g. something like this:
EXEC sp_browsereplcmds '0x0005554B00001F180001','0x0005554B00001F180001'

This will list all commands corresponding to that xact_seqno - in the results locate the "command" column for the apporpriate command_id in the error message...much like what you have already done - however it is strange that there are no parameters to the update SP called what you posted...

Normally you'd get some values for the update SP from which you can figure out what the PK of the row(s) in the table on the publisher that are not able to get updated on the subscriber and then get that data into the subscriber after which things should work fine




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Thank you very much

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It looks like there's an update to a row on the publisher that is failing as the appropriate row cannot be found on the subscriber...

Your options are:
a) Skip these kinds of errors by including the "-SkipErrors 20598" switch in the distributor agent (not very recommended as you'll not know what kind of data issues you're having)
b) Locate the row on the publisher that is being updated, insert this row on the susbcriber DB. The update should then go through.

In replication monitory - when you see the error that the row was not found at the subscriber you will find the xact_seqno and the command_id as part of the error message...what you can do is this:
EXEC distribution.dbo.sp_browsereplcmds 'Put the xact_seqno from the error here','Put the same xact_seqno from the error here too' - for e.g. something like this:
EXEC sp_browsereplcmds '0x0005554B00001F180001','0x0005554B00001F180001'

This will list all commands corresponding to that xact_seqno - in the results locate the "command" column for the apporpriate command_id in the error message...much like what you have already done - however it is strange that there are no parameters to the update SP called what you posted...

Normally you'd get some values for the update SP from which you can figure out what the PK of the row(s) in the table on the publisher that are not able to get updated on the subscriber and then get that data into the subscriber after which things should work fine


This is great information and it helped me a lot! Thank you for this!
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Hi I have the same problem, and I would like to find the error instead of ignoring it with the agent profile option. I have gotten as far as G but I was not clear what to do next to actually find the dml statements so I could pin point what field is not getting updated. This is what i have so far, but need more information to really decipher a source. I ran two queries to get this far and got 28 results like this.

0x0000024100069D510001 NULL NULL 5 30 0 12 NULL NULL 0x00000000000000000000 {CALL [dbo].[sp_MSdel_dbotblCIR_CircularPage] (5559)} 1
0x0000024100069D510001 NULL NULL 5 30 0 16 NULL NULL 0x00000000000000000000 {CALL [dbo].[sp_MSdel_dbotblCIR_CircularPage] (5690)} 3
0x0000024100069D510001 NULL NULL 5 30 0 19 NULL NULL 0x00000000000000000000 {CALL [dbo].[sp_MSdel_dbotblCIR_CircularPage] (5757)} 5
0x0000024100069D510001 NULL NULL 5 30 0 36 NULL NULL 0x00000000000000000000 {CALL [dbo].[sp_MSdel_dbotblCIR_CircularPage] (5519)} 7

0 ShopRiteClientHosting 1 tblCIR_CircularPage 5 tblCIR_CircularPage dbo tblCIR_CircularPage NULL NULL
0 ShopRiteClientHosting 5 tblCIR_CircularPage 16 tblCIR_CircularPage dbo tblCIR_CircularPage NULL NULL
0 ShopRiteCRM 6 tblTypes 5 tblTypes dbo tblTypes NULL NULL
0 ShopRiteS2G 2 tblBrand 5 tblBrand dbo tblBrand NULL NULL
0 ShopRiteS2G 2 tblSale 16 tblSale dbo tblSale NULL NULL
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Hi I have the same problem, and I would like to find the error instead of ignoring it with the agent profile option. I have gotten as far as G but I was not clear what to do next to actually find the dml statements so I could pin point what field is not getting updated. This is what i have so far, but need more information to really decipher a source. I ran two queries to get this far and got 28 results like this.

0x0000024100069D510001 NULL NULL 5 30 0 12 NULL NULL 0x00000000000000000000 {CALL [dbo].[sp_MSdel_dbotblCIR_CircularPage] (5559)} 1
0x0000024100069D510001 NULL NULL 5 30 0 16 NULL NULL 0x00000000000000000000 {CALL [dbo].[sp_MSdel_dbotblCIR_CircularPage] (5690)} 3
0x0000024100069D510001 NULL NULL 5 30 0 19 NULL NULL 0x00000000000000000000 {CALL [dbo].[sp_MSdel_dbotblCIR_CircularPage] (5757)} 5
0x0000024100069D510001 NULL NULL 5 30 0 36 NULL NULL 0x00000000000000000000 {CALL [dbo].[sp_MSdel_dbotblCIR_CircularPage] (5519)} 7

0 ShopRiteClientHosting 1 tblCIR_CircularPage 5 tblCIR_CircularPage dbo tblCIR_CircularPage NULL NULL
0 ShopRiteClientHosting 5 tblCIR_CircularPage 16 tblCIR_CircularPage dbo tblCIR_CircularPage NULL NULL
0 ShopRiteCRM 6 tblTypes 5 tblTypes dbo tblTypes NULL NULL
0 ShopRiteS2G 2 tblBrand 5 tblBrand dbo tblBrand NULL NULL
0 ShopRiteS2G 2 tblSale 16 tblSale dbo tblSale NULL NULL

So it seems the issue is in tblCIR_CircularPage but that's as far as I gotten so far..
Is it possible to find more info, like the actual query?

Thanks!
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