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Selecting all replication conflicts in a database

Find and select replication conflicts in a database.

I've got a database with over 1,200 documents. Somehow, a user kicked off an agent that caused a replication conflict on every single document. We couldn't find any differences between the documents, so we wanted to just get rid of one set - the originals or the conflicts. Here's what I did (it took about two minutes from start to finish).


Create an agent with the following parameters:
NAME: Select Conflicts
RUN: Manually from Actions Menu
ACT ON: All Documents in View
FORMULA: @If($ConflictAction != "1" ; @Success ; @Return(""))

Switch to (or create) a view in which all documents in your database appear. Run the agent - now you can decide if you want to hit the "Delete" key or if this is too simple of an answer for your problem.

CAVEAT - This will not work if you want to keep select information from each document. For that you'll need a Lotuscript agent that will merge the two docs.

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