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Interesting question. Of course none of the answer options is actually correct because the all say TCP where they mean T-SQL but that won't confuse anyone.

It's sort of nice to know that MS isn't changing - BOL still contradicts itself quite regularly. That will confuse people more that almost any QOTD will.

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from the link:http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms162560.aspx

Implementing Endpoints
SQL Server 2012 Other Versions SQL Server 2008 R2SQL Server 2008SQL Server 2005This topic has not yet been rated - Rate this topic An endpoint is a service that can listen natively for requests. SMO supports various types of endpoints by using the Endpoint object. You can create an endpoint service that handles a specific type of payload, which uses a specific protocol, by creating an instance of an Endpoint object and setting its properties.

The EndpointType property of the Endpoint object can be used to specify on of the following payload types:

•Database mirroring

•SOAP

•Service Broker

•Transact-SQL

Also, the ProtocolType property can be used to specify the following two supported protocols:

•HTTP protocol

•TCP protocol

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+1. Good question, even had the normal QOTD twist and kink in it.

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L' Eomot Inversé (4/12/2013)
Interesting question. Of course none of the answer options is actually correct because the all say TCP where they mean T-SQL but that won't confuse anyone.

It's sort of nice to know that MS isn't changing - BOL still contradicts itself quite regularly. That will confuse people more that almost any QOTD will.


I've corrected this to say TSQL, as I was thinking TSQL and writing TCP incorrectly.

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chgn01 (4/12/2013)
from the link:http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms162560.aspx



That link is incorrect. Bug submitted to Connect: https://connect.microsoft.com/SQLServer/feedback/details/783547/implementing-endpoints-documentation-is-wrong

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Good question

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+1
Thanks for the question..
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Hi Everybody,

I think there is also SOAP type.

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khelloufsofiane 6183 (4/14/2013)
Hi Everybody,

I think there is also SOAP type.

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Not in SQL Server 2012.

The trouble is that not all parts of Books On Line have been updated correctly. In particular the SMO programming section will mislead people into believing that SQL 2012 supports SOAP endpoints, while the Transact SQL reference section correctly states that SOAP endpoints are no longer supported. Steve has raised this connect itemto notify MS of the problem and ask them to fix the broken documentation. You might want to go and vote for it, as that will help convince MS that it matters.

Tom

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Nice question, thanks.


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