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SQL Query Notification SELECT Query


SQL Query Notification SELECT Query

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Hi folks,

I'm currently writing stored procedure which contains SELECT query supported by SQL Query Notification. What's strange is that when the query references multiple tables, it does not fire.

Just wanted to ask if there is a limit on the number of tables that I can JOIN for SQL Query Notification.

Hope someone can shed some light on this.

Thanks in advance
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Strange thing that has been observed using the same query. It works on my local host (SQL 2008 R2) while it does not on dev environment (SQL Server 2005 Express).

I compare the database options between these databases. The 2008 has the option
SET HONOR_BROKER_PRIORITY OFF
while 2005 does not.

Hope someone can help.
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