The meta data is from an SQL 2012 Server.
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create procedure sys.sp_MSget_dynamic_snapshot_location ( @pubid uniqueidentifier, @partition_id int, @dynsnap_location nvarchar(255) OUTPUT) as begin declare @retcode int declare @when_created datetime, @when_started datetime declare @cutoffdate datetime declare @curdate datetime exec @retcode = sys.sp_MSrepl_PAL_rolecheck @pubid = @pubid if @retcode<>0 or @@ERROR<>0 return 1 select @dynsnap_location = dynamic_snapshot_location, @when_created = last_updated, @when_started = last_started from dbo.MSmerge_dynamic_snapshots where partition_id = @partition_id if @dynsnap_location is NULL return 0 -- make sure that the dynamic snapshot was created within retention period select @curdate = getdate() select @cutoffdate = min(sys.fn_subtract_units_from_date(isnull(retention,0), retention_period_unit, @curdate)) from dbo.sysmergepublications where pubid=@pubid if @when_created < @cutoffdate begin select @dynsnap_location = NULL -- clear out the old dynamic snapshot update dbo.MSmerge_dynamic_snapshots set dynamic_snapshot_location = NULL, last_updated = NULL, last_started = NULL where partition_id = @partition_id end -- for sub-based articles, make sure there is no generation interesting to this partition id that might have -- a coldate higher than this dynamic snapshot's start time. we really needed to care about remote generations only, but -- due to localization, even remote generations could end up looking like local. so, to be safe, look at all generations. if exists (select * from dbo.sysmergepartitioninfo where pubid = @pubid and partition_options = 3) begin if @when_started is null or exists (select * from dbo.MSmerge_genhistory gh join dbo.MSmerge_generation_partition_mappings gpm on gh.generation = gpm.generation and (gh.art_nick = 0 or gh.art_nick in (select nickname from dbo.sysmergepartitioninfoview where partition_options = 3 and pubid = @pubid)) and gh.coldate >= @when_started and (gpm.partition_id = @partition_id or gpm.partition_id = -1)) begin select @dynsnap_location = NULL -- clear out the old dynamic snapshot update dbo.MSmerge_dynamic_snapshots set dynamic_snapshot_location = NULL, last_updated = NULL, last_started = NULL where partition_id = @partition_id end end return 0 end