This feature will be removed in a future version of Microsoft SQL Server. Avoid using this feature in new development work, and plan to modify applications that currently use this feature.
The EnumDistributionAgentSessions2 method returns a QueryResults object that enumerates execution status information for a specified Distribution Agent.
A QueryResults object that contains one result set defined by these columns.
Identified for informational purposes only. Not supported. Future compatibility is not guaranteed.. Returns 0 always.
Number of session history records.
Average number of commands per transaction delivered in the session.
Cumulative number of commands delivered in the session.
Cumulative number of transactions delivered in the session.
Latency, in milliseconds, between the transaction entering the distribution database and applied to the Subscriber.
Average number of commands delivered per second.
Elapsed time of the session in seconds.
When nonzero, Microsoft SQL Server error message number.
Executing state. Interpret using SQLDMO_TASKSTATUS_TYPE.
Date and time of last scheduled execution.
Date and time of message logging.
In the result set, date and time data returned in start_time and timeis formatted as YYYYMMDD hh:mm:ss.fff.
Represents the year in four digits.
Represents the month in two digits (zero padded).
Represents the day of the month in two digits (zero padded).
Represents the hour using two digits, a twenty-four hour clock (zero padded).
Represents the minute in two digits (zero padded).
Represents the second in two digits (zero padded).
Represents the fractional part of the second in three digits.
For example, the value 20040512 18:12:00.000 is interpreted as 6:12 P.M., May 12, 2004.
The EnumDistributionAgentSessions2 method differs from the EnumDistributionAgentSessions method by including the lEstimatedNumRecords parameter, which allows an application to pass an estimated number of QueryResults rows. This allows the application to avoid the performance overhead associated with repeatedly allocating and freeing memory.