• Management Pack:  SQL Server
  • MP Version:  6.1 for SQL Server 2008
  • Released:  8/5/2010
  • Publisher:  Microsoft

SQL 2008 Publisher Class

  • ID:  Microsoft.SQLServer.2008.Publisher
  • Description:  All Microsoft SQL Server 2008 publishers. The publisher is a component used in SQL replication.
  • Class Hierarchy: 
    Entity
    Logical Entity
    Application Component
    Windows Application Component
    SQL Component
    SQL Publisher
    SQL 2008 Publisher

  • Attributes:  Public, Hosted
Login
A group containing all instances of Microsoft SQL Server 2008 database engines A group containing all instances of Microsoft SQL Server 2008 R2 database engines A group containing all instances of Microsoft SQL Server All Microsoft SQL Server 2008 subscribers.  The subscriber is a component used in SQL Server replication. All Microsoft SQL Server 2008 replication publications. All Microsoft SQL Server 2008 publishers.  The publisher is a component used in SQL replication. All Microsoft SQL Server 2008 replication subscriptions.

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Properties

Display Name Description
Data Source  
Display Name Display name of monitoring object.
Distribution Database  
Name (Key)  
Publisher Type  
Working Directory  

Discovered By

Name Description
Discover Replication Components This object discovery discovers all SQL Server Replication components on a SQL Server 2008 DB Engine. The discovery is disabled by default.

Relations

Health Source
NameClassType
Entity Watched By Perspective Entity Reference

Health Target
NameClassType
SQL 2008 Database Engine Hosts Publisher SQL 2008 Publisher Hosting

Class Knowledgebase

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