Multiple conflict and aonflict tables created

Posted on 2006-05-31
Last Modified: 2008-01-09
When setting up the replication between servers and SQL instances I had to reconfigure it a few times.  Now in the database that is replicated there are multiple conflict and aonflict tables.  Can I clear these out and if so how do I go about this?  It looks like the aonflict and conflict ones are the only ones that are getting updated data but I have 3 others that are conflict1, conflict2, and conflict3 tables.  The dates in those tables are from when I was messing around with various types of replication.  Can anyone tell me if I can clear these out?

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    Yes but only if you are sure that they do not correspond to ur current publication.


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