Joined: 30 Aug 2011
|Posted: Wed Aug 31, 2011 5:03 pm Post subject: Update, Insert but not Delete
|I compare two database.
DB Source and DB Target,
what I'm doing is Insert or Update the records that from the DB Source to the DB Target but at some point the DB Source is going to be deleted.
With the Code that I have now If I do this, all the DB Target is deleted as well and I don't want this.
What I need is to be able to Insert, Update but not Delete, Could you point me in the right direction?
this is the code that I'm using for the Execution.
Dim provider As New SqlProvider
Dim block As ExecutionBlock
block = provider.GetMigrationSQL(session, True)
txtResults.Text += "The synchronization SQL contains " & block.LineCount & " lines in " & block.BatchCount & " batches"
txtResults.Text += "The SQL to be run is:"
txtResults.Text += block.GetString()
Dim needStream As Boolean = True
If needStream Then
Using stream As Stream = block.GetFileStream
'we can access the SQL in a memory efficient manner by accessing the underlying stream
Dim executeSql As Boolean = True
If executeSql Then
txtResults.Text += "Updating target database"
Dim executor As New BlockExecutor()
executor.ExecuteBlock(block, "10.202.1.111", "Sync_target", False, "user", "pass")
txtResults.Text += "Skipping: Updating target database"
block = provider.Block
If (TypeOf block Is ExecutionBlock) Then
Joined: 24 Oct 2006
Location: Red Gate Software Ltd.
|Posted: Fri Sep 02, 2011 11:37 am Post subject:
|Thanks for your post.
I think I would probably use a selection delegate with GetMigration()
|block = provider.GetMigrationSQL(session, new SelectionDelegate(this.ExDelete), true);
With a method to loop through the results store and deselect all the deletes, e.g.
|protected bool ExDelete(SynchronizationRecord syncRecordObject)
Reader resultsReader = m_TableDifferences[syncRecordObject.TableName].ResultsStore.GetReader(Row.RowType.All);
Row myRow = resultsReader.GetRow(syncRecordObject.Bookmark);
// if the row is only in the target database, deselect from sync.
if (myRow.Type == Row.RowType.In2)
I hope this helps point you in the right direction.