Marks a transactional pull or anonymous subscription for reinitialization the next time the Distribution Agent runs. This stored procedure is executed at the Subscriber on the pull subscription database.
- [ @publisher=] 'publisher'
Is the name of the Publisher. publisher is sysname, with no default.
- [ @publisher_db=] 'publisher_db'
Is the name of the Publisher database. publisher_db is sysname, with no default.
- [ @publication=] 'publication'
Is the name of the publication. publication is sysname, with a default of all, which marks all subscriptions for reinitialization.
sp_reinitpullsubscription is used in transactional replication.
sp_reinitpullsubscription is not supported for peer-to-peer transactional replication.
sp_reinitpullsubscription can be called from the Subscriber to reinitialize the subscription, during the next run of the Distribution Agent.
Subscriptions to publications created with a value of false for @immediate_sync cannot be reinitialized from the Subscriber.
You can reinitialize a pull subscription by either executing sp_reinitpullsubscription at the Subscriber or sp_reinitsubscription at the Publisher.
-- This script uses sqlcmd scripting variables. They are in the form -- $(MyVariable). For information about how to use scripting variables -- on the command line and in SQL Server Management Studio, see the -- "Executing Replication Scripts" section in the topic -- "Programming Replication Using System Stored Procedures". DECLARE @publicationDB AS sysname; DECLARE @publication AS sysname; SET @publicationDB = N'AdventureWorks'; SET @publication = N'AdvWorksProductTran'; USE [AdventureWorksReplica] -- Execute at the Subscriber to reinitialize the pull subscription. EXEC sp_reinitpullsubscription @publisher = $(PubServer), @publisher_db = @publicationDB, @publication = @publication; GO -- Start the Distribution Agent.
ReferenceSystem Stored Procedures (Transact-SQL)
Other ResourcesHow to: Reinitialize a Subscription (Replication Transact-SQL Programming)
Reinitializing a Subscription