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To delete system views created by replication.


I have deleted all the replications, publications,subscriptions from my server.

There are many synobj views which were not deleted by system.

the view names are like
syncobj_0x3533464132323033
syncobj_0x3138463935344234
syncobj_0x3130454430424245
syncobj_0x3830354145374444
syncobj_0x4435313930423141
syncobj_0x3136433335433042
syncobj_0x3739343743384145
syncobj_0x3835444346433032
syncobj_0x3333363034413945
syncobj_0x4342423330314446

Is it safe to delete these views manually?
What is the safe method of delete?
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Mehram
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Mehram
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PrakashRaoBSCommented:
These objects are used when generating the snapshots. If your table is
large, or if your article on the publisher is different from the article on
the subscriber (horizontal or vertical partitioning - in other words a
different number of rows or columns), SQL Server chooses to replicate from
views (called sync objects) instead of the underlying base tables.

If your replication is not active then you can drop these views. Otherwise if you drop the views, it will get affect one the replication snapshot is getting synced.

These system views are used during the snapshot process. Instead of deleting these views, You could assign them to the db_reader role.
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MehramAuthor Commented:
Thanks
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