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Could not find object 'sp_MSrepl_startup'


Could not find object 'sp_MSrepl_startup'

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Hi,

This is the first time i am working with Replication. Can anybody tell me where the Problem is in my context.

When i click Configure distribution [in Replication Folder] and fill all the necessary information and click Finish, i am getting the following error. Pl tell me where the Problem....

Could not find object 'sp_MSrepl_startup' or you do not have permission.
Changed database context to 'master'. (.Net SqlClient Data Provider)


Appreciate your help!!!

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Hello,

Are you using a Login with SysAdmin privileges to configure Replication?

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Yes, i am using sysAdmin Privilege to configure this.
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Hello again,

Well, that should rule out permission issues then.

Does the SP exist in your Master DB i.e. somebody hasn’t accidentally (or possibly even deliberately) deleted it?

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Hello again,

Well, that should rule out permission issues then.

Does the SP exist in your Master DB i.e. somebody hasn’t accidentally (or possibly even deliberately) deleted it?

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No, that Procedure not available in my [MASTER] database. None of them not touched my DB server. I don't know how the SP is missing in my [MASTER] database. Is it possible to trace it anyway?
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Hmm, interesting ... which Edition of SQL Server do you have?

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I am using Standard Edition with Service Pack 2.
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If the SP is missing then I would personally be considering reinstalling the Replication Components. If this is a Live Server and you have an MS support contract, you might want to check with them first though.

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Thanks John for your reply. For time being i get the same procedure from some other server and create the same in my server.

Now, i am able to create Publisher.

Could you tell me what is the route cause for this issue?
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I can only guess that either the original installation of the Replication Components didn’t complete totally, or the SP was somehow since deleted.

Anyway, glad to hear that it is working now.

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