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EnumMergeAgentViews2 Method

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 EnumMergeAgentViews2 method returns a QueryResults object that enumerates execution state for all replication merge agents.


object
.EnumMergeAgentViews2( [ fExcludeAnonymous ] )as QueryResults

object

Expression that evaluates to an object in the Applies To list.

fExcludeAnonymous

Boolean that specifies whether anonymous Merge Agent views are enumerated. Default is FALSE.

HRESULT EnumMergeAgentViews2(
LPSQLDMOQUERYRESULTS *ppResults, 
BOOL fExcludeAnonymous);

A QueryResults object that contains one result set defined by these columns.

Column Data type Description

agent_id

integer

Agent identifier.

comments

nvarchar(256)

Descriptive text.

dbname

nvarchar(129)

Distribution database name.

delivery_rate

integer

Average number of transactions per second.

duration

integer

Elapsed time of the logged session activity.

error_id

integer

When nonzero, the Microsoft SQL Server error message number of the most recent error.

job_id

binary(22)

Identifier of the SQL Server Agent job starting the replication agent.

local_job

bit

When TRUE, the SQL Server Agent job executes at the Distributor. When FALSE, the SQL Server Agent job executes at the Subscriber.

local_timestamp

binary(14)

Timestamp.

name

nvarchar(101)

Merge Agent name.

profile_id

integer

Profile identifier. Links this agent to the agent profile used to establish runtime parameters such as timeout and batch size values.

publication

nvarchar(129)

Publication name.

publisher

nvarchar(129)

Publisher name.

publisher_conflicts

integer

Number of conflicts at the Publisher.

publisher_db

nvarchar(129)

Name of published database.

publisher_/deletecount

integer

Number of deletes at the Publisher.

publisher_/insertcount

integer

Number of inserts at the Publisher.

publisher_/updatecount

integer

Number of updates at the Publisher.

start_time

nvarchar(25)

Date and time at which agent session started.

status

integer

Agent status. Interpret using SQLDMO_TASKSTATUS_TYPE.

subscriber

nvarchar(129)

Subscriber name.

subscriber_conflicts

integer

Number of conflicts at the Subscriber.

subscriber_db

nvarchar(129)

Name of database implementing the subscription.

subscriber_/deletecount

integer

Number of deletes at the Subscriber.

subscriber_/insertcount

integer

Number of inserts at the Subscriber.

subscriber_/updatecount

integer

Number of updates at the Subscriber.

subscription_type

integer

Direction of subscription (push or pull) interpreted using SQLDMO_SUBSCRIPTION_TYPE.

time

nvarchar(25)

Date and time of last session log.

The EnumMergeAgentViews2 method extends the functionality of the EnumMergeAgentViews method by including the optional fExcludeAnonymous parameter. When fExcludeAnonymous is set to TRUE, anonymous Merge Agent views are not enumerated.

In the result set, date and time data returned in start_time and time is formatted as YYYYMMDD hh:mm:ss.fff.

Date part Description

YYYY

Represents the year in four digits.

MM

Represents the month in two digits (zero padded).

DD

Represents the day of the month in two digits (zero padded).

hh

Represents the hour using two digits, a twenty-four hour clock (zero padded).

mm

Represents the minute in two digits (zero padded).

ss

Represents the second in two digits (zero padded).

fff

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.

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If an application calls EnumMergeAgentViews2 on an instance of SQL Server version 7.0, the constant, SQLDMO_E_SQL80ONLY, and the message "This property or method requires Microsoft SQL Server 2000 or later" are returned.

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