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AnyConflict parameters

The [AnyConflict] parameters describe how the High-speed Apply Engine handles any conflicts that the apply request generates. You can specify as many codes and actions as required for the types of conflicts that might occur.

Parameter

Reference

Action

Action

Code

Code

The following figure shows an example of the [AnyConflict] parameters.

[AnyConflict]
  Code=TimeOut
  Action=Retry

Your configuration file can contain any of the following sections to define different types of conflict resolution rules:

  • [AnyConflict]

  • [DeleteConflict]

  • [DDLConflict]

  • [InsertConflict]

  • [UpdateConflict]

Be aware of the following points regarding the conflict sections:

  • Use the same parameters (Action, Code) in all of these conflict sections.

  • The parameters in the conflict resolution rules sections are positional. You must specify a Code parameter, and then one or more Action parameters. You can specify as many Code/Action groups as necessary for the apply request.

  • You can override the values that you specify in the [AnyConflict] section by specifying values for the other conflict rules sections.



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