Sql Server. Replication. Business Logic Support Namespace
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This assembly provides business logic that can be used in your application to respond to a number of conditions that occur during synchronization: data changes, conflicts, and errors. To create your own business logic handler, you must implement the specific methods of the BusinessLogicModule class that are required by your application. For more information on business logic handlers, see Execute Business Logic During Merge Synchronization.
Implements the custom business logic that is invoked during the merge replication synchronization process.
Enumerates all actions that can be taken when handling data changes that do not result in a conflict.
Enumerates all actions that can be taken when replicating DELETE statements that do not result in a conflict.
Enumerates all actions that can be taken when handling data errors.
Enumerates all actions that can be taken when handling conflicting UPDATE statements.
Enumerates all actions that can be taken when handling an UPDATE statement that conflicts with a DELETE statement.
Enumerates all data change states that custom business logic can handle during synchronization.
Enumerates the supported conflict logging options available to a conflict handler.
Enumerates the supported error logging options available.
Enumerates all sources of a data change.
Represents the method that will handle a row updated event.
Represents the method that will handle a row updating event.
The Microsoft.SqlServer.Replication.BusinessLogicSupport namespace implements a number of public classes and delegates that support the SQL Server 2005 infrastructure and are not intended to be used directly from your code. Because they should not be used, these classes and delegate topic are not included in this reference documentation. Only the BusinessLogicModule class and the enumerated types should be used when writing your own business logic handler.