Sync Framework Hotfixes (Updated: June 14, 2012)


KB article number Description
2703853 FIX: "System.OverflowException: Value was either too large or too small" error message when you perform data synchronization by using Sync Framework 2.1
2535671 FIX: ChangesApplied event incorrectly occurs before a change that is in a retry queue is applied to a database in a Sync Framework 2.1-based application

Fixes an issue in which a ChangesApplied event incorrectly occurs before a failed change that is in a retry queue is applied to a database in a Microsoft Sync Framework 2.1-based application.

2530271 FIX: Non-convergence when DML operations and data synchronization run concurrently in Sync Framework 2.1

Fixes a non-convergence error that occurs when you use Sync Framework 2.1 to synchronize a SQL Server source database. This issue occurs if a DML operation changes the source database when synchronization occurs.

2521570 FIX: ChangesApplied event incorrectly occurs before a change that is in a retry queue is applied to a database in a Sync Framework 2.0-based application

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3 comments

  1. Studentc0612l · · Reply

    hi
    I newbie in Sync Framework, today when I try using a schema other than “dbo” to create sync metadata but when execute sync it throw exception “The schema info could not be retrieved from the schema info table.” when i saw trace file , seem it a bug in MSF because command to receiver schema info missing schema
    Executing Command: SELECT [schema_major_version], [schema_minor_version], [schema_extended_info] FROM [schema_info]

    I don’t know that is it a bug of MSF and if it is true , what’s hotfix I can download?
    Thanks so much

    1. did you specify the object schema as well when you sync?

      if you specified object schema during provisioning, you have to do the same when you sync

  2. I’ve also received the same error where schema info could not be found. When trying to provision the server database for the first time. Why would I get this error when I haven’t provision to create the sync tables yet. It is so odd to me. I followed the following walkthrough

    https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ff928757(v=sql.110).aspx

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