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-- -- Name: sp_MScleanupmergepublisher_internal -- -- Description: This procedure currently performs the following function(s): -- 1) Cleans up all the stale dynamic snapshot views -- in all databases enabled for merge replication. This -- procedure should normally be called at merge publisher startup. -- -- Notes: 1)This procedure is enabled as a startup procedure when a database is -- enabled as a first merge publisher database on the server and it -- will be unmarked as a startup procedure when the last merge publisher -- database is disabled. -- 2)Errors within the SP are mostly ignored. -- 3)This procedure can also be used by admins/securityadmins to perform -- manual cleanup of all dynamic snapshot views. Note that cleaning up the -- dynamic snapshot views can disrupt dynamic snapshots that are being generated. -- -- Returns: (undefined) -- -- Security: Only members of the sysadmin fixed server role can execute this -- procedure successfully. So for this procedure to function proprely -- as a startup procedure, the MSSQLServer service account must be a -- member of the sysadmin role. -- Requires Certificate signature for catalog access -- create procedure sys.sp_MScleanupmergepublisher_internal as begin set nocount on declare @status_mask int declare @published_mask int declare @published_database_name sysname declare @command nvarchar(4000) -- Security check: sysadmin only if (isnull(is_srvrolemember('sysadmin'),0) = 0) begin raiserror(14260,16,-1) return (1) end -- Masks off the databases with status that we don't want to deal with select @status_mask = 32 | -- loading 64 | -- pre recovery 128 | -- recovering 256 | -- not recovered 512 | -- offline 1024 -- read only select @published_mask = 4 -- Merge published declare hPublishedDatabase cursor local fast_forward for select name from sysdatabases where (status & @status_mask) = 0 and (category & @published_mask) <> 0 open hPublishedDatabase fetch hPublishedDatabase into @published_database_name while (@@fetch_status <> -1) begin select @command = QUOTENAME(@published_database_name) + '.sys.sp_MScleanupmergepublisherdb' exec @command -- Ignore errors fetch hPublishedDatabase into @published_database_name end close hPublishedDatabase deallocate hPublishedDatabase end