May 11, 2012

sp_MSenum_merge_subscriptions (Transact-SQL MetaData) Definition

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sys.sp_MSenum_merge_subscriptions(nvarchar @publisher
, nvarchar @publisher_db
, nvarchar @publication
, bit @exclude_anonymous)


 create procedure sys.sp_MSenum_merge_subscriptions  
@publisher sysname,
@publisher_db sysname,
@publication sysname,
@exclude_anonymous bit = 0
declare @subscriber sysname
declare @subscriber_db sysname
declare @subscriber_name sysname
declare @type int
declare @status int
declare @agent_name nvarchar(100)
declare @subscriber_id smallint
declare @publisher_id smallint
declare @start_time nvarchar(24)
declare @time nvarchar(24)
declare @duration int
declare @comments nvarchar(255)
declare @delivery_rate float
declare @error_id int
declare @publication_id int
declare @download_inserts int
declare @download_updates int
declare @download_deletes int
declare @download_conflicts int
declare @upload_inserts int
declare @upload_updates int
declare @upload_deletes int
declare @upload_conflicts int
declare @job_id binary(16)
declare @local_job bit
declare @profile_id int
declare @agent_id int
declare @last_timestamp binary(8)
declare @offload_enabled bit
declare @offload_server sysname
,@subscriber_type tinyint
declare @anonymous_subid uniqueidentifier

set nocount on

-- security check
-- only replmonitor can execute this
if not (is_member(N'db_owner') = 1 or isnull(is_member(N'replmonitor'),0) = 1)
raiserror(14260, 16, -1)
return (1)

select @publisher_id = srvid from master.dbo.sysservers where
UPPER(srvname) = UPPER(@publisher)

select @publication_id = publication_id from dbo.MSpublications where
publisher_id = @publisher_id and
publisher_db = @publisher_db and
publication = @publication and
publication_type = 2 -- Merge

create table #merge_subscriptions (subscriber sysname NOT NULL, status int NOT NULL,
subscriber_db sysname NOT NULL, type int NOT NULL, agent_name nvarchar(100) NOT NULL, last_action nvarchar(255) NULL,
action_time nvarchar(24) NULL, start_time nvarchar(24) NULL, duration int NULL,
delivery_rate float NULL,
download_inserts int NULL, download_updates int NULL, download_deletes int NULL,
publisher_conficts int NULL,
upload_inserts int NULL, upload_updates int NULL, upload_deletes int NULL,
subscriber_conficts int NULL, error_id int NULL, job_id binary(16) NULL,
local_job bit NULL, profile_id int NOT NULL,
agent_id int NOT NULL, last_timestamp binary(8) NOT NULL, offload_enabled bit NOT NULL,
offload_server sysname NULL, subscriber_type tinyint NULL)

-- This is to force all queries to return rows ordered by job_id
create unique clustered index ucmerge_subscriptions ON #merge_subscriptions (agent_id)

declare hC CURSOR LOCAL FAST_FORWARD FOR select subscriber_id, subscriber_db, name, job_id, local_job, profile_id, id, subscriber_name,
offload_enabled, offload_server, anonymous_subid
from dbo.MSmerge_agents
where publisher_id = @publisher_id and publisher_db = @publisher_db and publication = @publication and
(@exclude_anonymous = 0 or anonymous_subid is null)
for read only
open hC
fetch hC into @subscriber_id, @subscriber_db, @agent_name, @job_id, @local_job, @profile_id, @agent_id, @subscriber_name, @offload_enabled,
@offload_server, @anonymous_subid
while (@@fetch_status <> -1)

if @anonymous_subid is not NULL
select @subscriber = @subscriber_name
select @subscriber_db = @subscriber_db + '-' + convert(nvarchar(30), @agent_id)
select @type = 2 -- anonymous subscription
if @subscriber_id is not NULL
select @subscriber = srvname from master.dbo.sysservers where srvid=@subscriber_id
select @subscriber = @subscriber_name
select @type = subscription_type from dbo.MSmerge_subscriptions
where publisher_id = @publisher_id and
publisher_db = @publisher_db and
publication_id = @publication_id and
UPPER(subscriber) = UPPER(@subscriber) and
subscriber_db = @subscriber_db
select @subscriber_type = type from MSsubscriber_info where
UPPER(publisher) = UPPER(@publisher) and
UPPER(subscriber) = UPPER(@subscriber)

-- Get the status of the agent
select @status = 0
select @start_time = NULL,
@time = NULL,
@duration = NULL,
@comments = NULL,
@download_inserts = NULL,
@download_deletes = NULL,
@download_updates = NULL,
@download_conflicts = NULL,
@upload_inserts = NULL,
@upload_deletes = NULL,
@upload_updates = NULL,
@upload_conflicts = NULL,
@delivery_rate = NULL,
@error_id = NULL,
@last_timestamp = 0x00000000

select @status = isnull(ms.runstatus,0),
@start_time = sys.fn_replformatdatetime(ms.start_time),
@time = sys.fn_replformatdatetime(ms.end_time),
@duration = ms.duration,
@comments = rh.comments,
@download_inserts = ms.download_inserts,
@download_deletes = ms.download_deletes,
@download_updates = ms.download_updates,
@download_conflicts = ms.download_conflicts,
@upload_inserts = ms.upload_inserts,
@upload_deletes = ms.upload_deletes,
@upload_updates = ms.upload_updates,
@upload_conflicts = ms.upload_conflicts,
-- Note: return average rate here !!! delivery_rate column is current rate
@delivery_rate = ms.delivery_rate,
@error_id = rh.error_id, @last_timestamp = ms.timestamp
from dbo.MSmerge_sessions ms with (READPAST), dbo.MSmerge_history rh with (READPAST)
ms.agent_id = @agent_id and
ms.session_id = (select top 1 session_id from dbo.MSmerge_sessions with (READPAST)
where agent_id = @agent_id order by session_id desc) and
rh.agent_id = @agent_id and

-- Not currently working Build 351
timestamp = (select top 1 timestamp from dbo.MSmerge_history with (READPAST)
where agent_id = @agent_id
order by timestamp DESC)

insert into #merge_subscriptions values ( @subscriber, @status, @subscriber_db,
@type, @agent_name, @comments, @time, @start_time, @duration,
@download_inserts, @download_updates, @download_deletes,
@upload_inserts, @upload_updates, @upload_deletes,
@error_id, @job_id, @local_job, @profile_id, @agent_id, @last_timestamp,
@offload_enabled, @offload_server, @subscriber_type)

fetch hC into @subscriber_id, @subscriber_db, @agent_name, @job_id, @local_job, @profile_id, @agent_id, @subscriber_name,
@offload_enabled, @offload_server, @anonymous_subid

select * from #merge_subscriptions order by job_id asc

drop table #merge_subscriptions
close hC
deallocate hC

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