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DATABASEPROPERTYEX and the IsSubscribed property


DATABASEPROPERTYEX and the IsSubscribed property

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Rin Sitah
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Hi All,

When trying to examine if a database is a subscriber, I am trying to use DATABASEPROPERTYEX like:

select DATABASEPROPERTYEX ( 'SubscriberDB' , 'IsSubscribed' )

but it always returns 0, regardless of if the DB is a subscriber or not.

Is there something i'm missing?

Cheers.
Rin
Sean Pearce
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That property (and the column in sys.databases) does not work. You can check the distribution database for that info.

SELECT
*
FROM
distribution..MSsubscriptions
WHERE
subscriber_db = 'SubscriberDB';





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