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Reporting options for Replication conflicts?


Reporting options for Replication conflicts?

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Adrian Robertson-459741
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Hello

I have a merge replication environment setup with a single Publication and a single Subscriber.

Due to some anomalies in the database, there are quite a few conflicts appearing in certain tables. Whilst I can see how to resolve these conflicts, is it possible to produce a report on the existing conflicts, displaying something like the table name and the columns causing the conflicts?

I'd like to be able to review these in an easier format before resolving the conflicts. I can view each conflict individually but I was hoping for something more high level.

It appears I can log the resolutions, but I'd like to see something in a report (or a log) about the conflicts themselves, prior to resolving anything.

Thanks in advance

Adrian
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