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Reading SQL Server's Transaction Log


Reading SQL Server's Transaction Log

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Hi Kraig,
I find your article very intriguing and useful.
We have a replication process that at some point during a week; well, either does not insert a record or it is partial. And we would like to see what's going on.
Do you have a piece that strictly deals with reading the errors rather than what was inserted?
Or, perhaps you can put me on the right direction by means of modifying your existing code, that's as if I have understood that completely ;-), or if you happen to have that piece..
either case I appreciate your assistance as I am stuck between a rock and a hard place.
thx in advance and please keep posting the good stuff.. loving it..

Cheers,
John Esraelo
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nice topic i hsd never seen,,,very rich in sence of matter
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Very nice article! Very informative and well written.
Would use that trick in production? Probably not, but that doesn't subtract value from a nice piece of work.

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Nice article.
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