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Could not find stored procedure 'sp_MSdel_dboSessionContextNames'.mssqlserver error 2812

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I am replcating data (tables only) from SQL Server 2000 (SP3a) to SQL Server 2008 (SP2).
 it just simple transcational replication. My Distributor and subcriber is on SQL Server2008 and my publisher is on SQL 2000.Everything work fine I dont get any error, copies the data to the subcriber database perfectly but does not do replication. when I check the agent job history it gives me error "Could not find stored procedure 'sp_MSdel_dboSessionContextNames'." I checked the master db and the publisher database (which i am replicating) but coulnt find it I also search online about that sp but no luck. so I am asking you guys can you give me a clue. What is  'sp_MSdel_dboSessionContextNames'
I am also replicating another db from diffrent SQL Server 2000 and it is working fine. Any ideas I have to complete this project tomrrow. Thanks in advance
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by:BenHarpas
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i think the error is inside the job, you must have some kind of reference to that SP, that simply doesn't exist. Try to check job steps in detail.
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by:TerumoEE
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Do you mean replication job?
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yes. maybe the replication job has some kind of error and needs to be updated. check the job details for more info.
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by:TerumoEE
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Well the only info i found is this and obviously no support on that MS page
Command attempted:
if @@trancount > 0 rollback tran
(Transaction sequence number: 0x0001E41B000038CE000B00000000, Command ID: 1)

Error messages:
Could not find stored procedure 'sp_MSdel_dboSessionContextNames'. (Source: MSSQLServer, Error number: 2812)
Get help: http://help/2812
Could not find stored procedure 'sp_MSdel_dboSessionContextNames'. (Source: MSSQLServer, Error number: 2812)
Get help: http://help/2812
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by:TerumoEE
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I also check publisher Database so see if any triggers are refrencing that stored procedure but did not find anything.
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by:TerumoEE
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well finaly called the supplier and theysaid  that just SP which is created during installation and gets deleted after installing.
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