Applies to: SQL Server 2016 (13.x) and later versions
Reconciles the batch ID stored in the Stretch-enabled SQL Server table with the batch ID stored in the remote Azure table.
Stretch Database is deprecated in SQL Server 2022 (16.x). This feature will be removed in a future version of Microsoft SQL Server. Avoid using this feature in new development work, and plan to modify applications that currently use this feature.
Typically you only have to run sp_rda_reconcile_batch if you have manually deleted the most recently migrated data from the remote table. When you manually delete remote data that includes the most recent batch, the batch IDs are out of sync and migration stops.
To delete data that has already been migrated to Azure, see the Remarks on this page.
sp_rda_reconcile_batch @objname = '@objname'
@objname = '@objname'
The name of the Stretch-enabled SQL Server table.
Requires db_owner permissions.
If you want to delete data that has already been migrated to Azure, do the following things.
Pause data migration. For more info, see Pause and resume data migration (Stretch Database).
Delete the data from the SQL Server staging table by running a DELETE command with the STAGE_ONLY hint. For more info, see Make administrative updates and deletes.
Delete the same data from the remote Azure table by running a DELETE command with the REMOTE_ONLY hint.
Resume data migration. For more info, see Pause and resume data migration (Stretch Database).
To reconcile the batch IDs, run the following statement.
EXEC sp_rda_reconcile_batch @objname = N'StretchEnabledTableName';