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DbApplyChangeFailedEventArgs Class

Provides data for the ApplyChangeFailed event.

System.Object
  System.EventArgs
    Microsoft.Synchronization.Data.DbApplyChangeFailedEventArgs

Namespace:  Microsoft.Synchronization.Data
Assembly:  Microsoft.Synchronization.Data (in Microsoft.Synchronization.Data.dll)

public class DbApplyChangeFailedEventArgs : EventArgs

The DbApplyChangeFailedEventArgs type exposes the following members.

  NameDescription
Public methodDbApplyChangeFailedEventArgsInitializes a new instance of the DbApplyChangeFailedEventArgs class by using table metadata, conflict, error, session, context, connection, and transaction parameters.
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  NameDescription
Public propertyActionGets or sets a ApplyAction enumeration value that specifies the action to handle the conflict.
Public propertyConflictGets a DbSyncConflict object that contains data and metadata for the row being applied and for the existing row in the database that caused the failure.
Public propertyConnectionGets an IDbConnection object for the connection over which changes were tried during synchronization.
Public propertyContextGets a DbSyncContext object that contains data changes, anchor values, and other metadata for a synchronization session.
Public propertyErrorGets an Exception object that contains metadata about any exceptions that occurred during synchronization.
Public propertySessionGets a DbSyncSession object that contains synchronization session variables, such as the ID of the peer that is synchronizing.
Public propertyTransactionGets or sets an IDbTransaction object that contains the transaction within which changes to tables were tried.
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  NameDescription
Public methodEquals (Inherited from Object.)
Protected methodFinalize (Inherited from Object.)
Public methodGetHashCode (Inherited from Object.)
Public methodGetType (Inherited from Object.)
Protected methodMemberwiseClone (Inherited from Object.)
Public methodToString (Inherited from Object.)
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If a row cannot be applied during synchronization, the ApplyChangeFailed event is raised. The DbApplyChangeFailedEventArgs object provides information about the error or conflict that caused the failure. In a handler for the event, you can respond to the event in several ways, including specifying whether the synchronization provider should try to apply the row again. For more information, see How to: Handle Data Conflicts and Errors for Database Synchronization (SQL Server).

The following code examples show how update-update conflicts can be processed in an ApplyChangeFailed event handler. In the example, the conflicting rows are displayed to the console with an option to specify which row should win the conflict. To view this code in the context of a complete example, see How to: Handle Data Conflicts and Errors for Database Synchronization (SQL Server).

localProvider.ApplyChangeFailed += new EventHandler<DbApplyChangeFailedEventArgs>(dbProvider_ApplyChangeFailed);
remoteProvider.ApplyChangeFailed += new EventHandler<DbApplyChangeFailedEventArgs>(dbProvider_ApplyChangeFailed);


if (e.Conflict.Type == DbConflictType.LocalUpdateRemoteUpdate)
{

    //Get the conflicting changes from the Conflict object
    //and display them. The Conflict object holds a copy
    //of the changes; updates to this object will not be 
    //applied. To make changes, use the Context object.
    DataTable conflictingRemoteChange = e.Conflict.RemoteChange;
    DataTable conflictingLocalChange = e.Conflict.LocalChange;
    int remoteColumnCount = conflictingRemoteChange.Columns.Count;
    int localColumnCount = conflictingLocalChange.Columns.Count;

    Console.WriteLine(String.Empty);
    Console.WriteLine(String.Empty);
    Console.WriteLine("Row from database " + DbConflictDetected);
    Console.Write(" | ");

    //Display the local row. As mentioned above, this is the row
    //from the database at which the conflict was detected.
    for (int i = 0; i < localColumnCount; i++)
    {
        Console.Write(conflictingLocalChange.Rows[0][i] + " | ");
    }

    Console.WriteLine(String.Empty);
    Console.WriteLine(String.Empty);
    Console.WriteLine(String.Empty);
    Console.WriteLine("Row from database " + DbOther);
    Console.Write(" | ");

    //Display the remote row.
    for (int i = 0; i < remoteColumnCount; i++)
    {
        Console.Write(conflictingRemoteChange.Rows[0][i] + " | ");
    }

    //Ask for a conflict resolution option.
    Console.WriteLine(String.Empty);
    Console.WriteLine(String.Empty);
    Console.WriteLine("Enter a resolution option for this conflict:");
    Console.WriteLine("A = change from " + DbConflictDetected + " wins.");
    Console.WriteLine("B = change from " + DbOther + " wins.");

    string conflictResolution = Console.ReadLine();
    conflictResolution.ToUpper();

    if (conflictResolution == "A")
    {
        e.Action = ApplyAction.Continue;
    }

    else if (conflictResolution == "B")
    {
        e.Action = ApplyAction.RetryWithForceWrite;
    }

    else
    {
        Console.WriteLine(String.Empty);
        Console.WriteLine("Not a valid resolution option.");
    }
}


AddHandler localProvider.ApplyChangeFailed, AddressOf dbProvider_ApplyChangeFailed
AddHandler remoteProvider.ApplyChangeFailed, AddressOf dbProvider_ApplyChangeFailed


If e.Conflict.Type = DbConflictType.LocalUpdateRemoteUpdate Then

    'Get the conflicting changes from the Conflict object
    'and display them. The Conflict object holds a copy
    'of the changes; updates to this object will not be 
    'applied. To make changes, use the Context object.
    Dim conflictingRemoteChange As DataTable = e.Conflict.RemoteChange
    Dim conflictingLocalChange As DataTable = e.Conflict.LocalChange
    Dim remoteColumnCount As Integer = conflictingRemoteChange.Columns.Count
    Dim localColumnCount As Integer = conflictingLocalChange.Columns.Count

    Console.WriteLine(String.Empty)
    Console.WriteLine(String.Empty)
    Console.WriteLine("Row from database " & DbConflictDetected)
    Console.Write(" | ")

    'Display the local row. As mentioned above, this is the row
    'from the database at which the conflict was detected.
    Dim i As Integer
    For i = 0 To localColumnCount - 1
        Console.Write(conflictingLocalChange.Rows(0)(i).ToString & " | ")
    Next i

    Console.WriteLine(String.Empty)
    Console.WriteLine(String.Empty)
    Console.WriteLine(String.Empty)
    Console.WriteLine("Row from database " & DbOther)
    Console.Write(" | ")

    'Display the remote row.
    For i = 0 To remoteColumnCount - 1
        Console.Write(conflictingRemoteChange.Rows(0)(i).ToString & " | ")
    Next i

    'Ask for a conflict resolution option.
    Console.WriteLine(String.Empty)
    Console.WriteLine(String.Empty)
    Console.WriteLine("Enter a resolution option for this conflict:")
    Console.WriteLine("A = change from " & DbConflictDetected & " wins.")
    Console.WriteLine("B = change from " & DbOther & " wins.")

    Dim conflictResolution As String = Console.ReadLine()
    conflictResolution.ToUpper()

    If conflictResolution = "A" Then
        e.Action = ApplyAction.Continue

    ElseIf conflictResolution = "B" Then
        e.Action = ApplyAction.RetryWithForceWrite

    Else
        Console.WriteLine(String.Empty)
        Console.WriteLine("Not a valid resolution option.")
    End If


Any public static (Shared in Visual Basic) members of this type are thread safe. Any instance members are not guaranteed to be thread safe.
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