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SQL 2008 R2 Replication conflicts doesn't show up in Resolver


SQL 2008 R2 Replication conflicts doesn't show up in Resolver

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Have a weird problem. I had to redo a merge publication where it was causing some issues. It was a simple rebuild and nothing was done differently. However, since that's done, any conflicts in any of merge publications, don't show up on the Conflict Viewer. When the conflict tables are queried, you can see the records.

Can someone help?

(SQL 2008 R2 is the publisher / distributor and Subscribers are SQL Server 2000.)
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There was a row in the sysmergearticles which had entries from previous publication. Soon after deleting that row, it started working. (posted the answer so it will be useful for someone)
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Hello,

How did You find that record in sysmergearticles ?

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