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AbortPolicy Enumeration

Enumerates the options for how running replication agent threads are terminated when an unanticipated shutdown occurs.

Namespace:  Microsoft.SqlServer.Replication
Assembly:  Microsoft.SqlServer.Replication (in Microsoft.SqlServer.Replication.dll)
public enum AbortPolicy
Member nameDescription
AsynchronousThe agent thread initiating the shutdown may actively abort other running agent threads.
SynchronousAgent threads are only terminated at well-defined locations after a shutdown is in progress, such as before or after query execution and message logging.

An unanticipated shutdown can occur because of a system runtime failure or a user initiated abort request.

The policy should be chosen depending on application state requirements. An asynchronous policy may be more responsive during a shutdown but can require the use of other techniques to return the runtime environment to an expected state. A synchronous policy can help avoid inadvertent interruption of updates to these critical global runtime states when a replication agent is invoked synchronously from an application.

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