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Use this statement in custom database-extraction procedures to start all subscriptions for a remote user in a single transaction.
REMOTE RESET userid
This command starts all subscriptions for a remote user in a single transaction. It sets the log_sent and confirm_sent values in ISYSREMOTEUSER table to the current position in the transaction log. It also sets the created and started values in ISYSSUBSCRIPTION to the current position in the transaction log for all subscriptions for this remote user. The statement does not do a commit. You must do an explicit commit after this call.
To write an extraction process that is safe on a live database, the data must be extracted at isolation level 3 in the same transaction as the subscriptions are started.
This statement is an alternative to start subscription. START SUBSCRIPTION has an implicit commit as a side effect, so that if a remote user has several subscriptions, it is impossible to start them all in one transaction using START SUBSCRIPTION.
Must have DBA authority.
No automatic commit is done by this statement.
The following statement resets the subscriptions for remote user SamS:
REMOTE RESET SamS;