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WMIEventProviderNotificationQueue

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Kwisatz78
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Hi all

Being new to Service broker I am just trying to understand a couple of points. I am using WMI to automatically create an event notification by creating an alert.

One thing I don't understand is when the notification is sent to the queue I have seen it disappear automatically. What is doing this as I thought you had to set an activation of some sort, is this just a built in SQL thing?

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First off, I do not have any experience with WMIEventProviderNotifications, but I have worked a lot with Service Broker, so I may be totally off, but I think I can still answer this question for you. If I read this msdn article correctly, you are not supposed to read this queue yourself. The WMI provider (which is, according to the article, implemented as a SQL Agent job) reads the items from this queue. The WMI provider seems to provide an API so that WMI-capable clients can query SQL server properties and be notified of any changes therein. Service broker seems to be involved only internally to implement this WMI provider.



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ok fair enough thanks
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