Applies To: SQL Server 2014, SQL Server 2016 Preview
Returns information on each replicated or change data capture transaction.
Applies to: SQL Server (SQL Server 2008 through current version).
If the transaction is in a database published using peer-to-peer transactional replication. If true, the value is 1; otherwise, it is 0.
Defines a partial rollback range that must be skipped.
In-memory address of the cached text information structure.
In-memory address of the cached filestream information structure.
Log sequence number (LSN) of the beginning log record for the transaction.
LSN of commit log record for the transaction.
ID of the replicated command within the transaction.
In-memory address of the cached article table structure last used for this transaction.
Character length, in bytes, of the server name.
Character length, in bytes, of the database name.
Name of the server where the transaction originated.
Character length, in bytes, of the server where the transaction originated.
Name of the database where the transaction originated.
Character length, in bytes, of the database where the transaction originated.
Number of replicated commands in the current transaction, which is used to determine when a logical transaction should be committed.
Specifies whether a unique column update affects only a single row.
LSN used in a unique column update.
LSN to delete as part of an update.
Last LSN in a logical transaction.
Specifies whether the command is a partial update.
Specifies whether the transaction is involved in a partial rollback.
Specifies whether the transaction includes a binary large data type column.
Maximum number of commands in a logical transaction, as specified by the Log Reader Agent.
Time the transaction began.
Time the transaction was committed.
ID of the change data capture log scan session. This column maps to the session_id column in sys.dm_cdc_logscan_sessions.
Number that indicates the phase the session was in at the time the error occurred. This column maps to the phase_number column in sys.dm_cdc_errors.
Indicates the transaction is tracked by change data capture.
0 = Transaction replication transaction.
1 = Change data capture transaction.
Number of errors encountered.
Requires VIEW DATABASE STATE permission on the publication database or on the database enabled for change data capture.
Information is only returned for replicated database objects or tables enabled for change data capture that are currently loaded in the article cache.