Have you ever figured out why your Service Broker queue gets disabled automatically? What causes your Service Broker queue to get disabled in the first place? What is a poison message with respect to Service Broker? Is there anything new in SQL Server 2008 R2 for managing poison messages in Service Broker?
SQL Server 2008 Service Broker lets you process higher priority messages and conversations earlier than those with lower priority.
Arshad Ali demonstrates how to verify the SQL Server Service Broker (SSBS) configuration when both the Initiator and Target are in different SQL Server instances, how to communicate between them and how to monitor the conversation.
SQL Server Service Broker (SSBS), introduced with SQL Server 2005 and enhanced in SQL Server 2008, allows you to write queuing/message based applications within the database itself. This article discusses creating an application in which Initiator and Target both are in the same database.
Arshad Ali discusses the Initiator, Target, Message Types, Contract and Queue--all components of SQL Server Service Broker (SSBS).
This article describes step by step how to create Service Broker objects and set up a basic conversation between the Initiator and Target from new author Jayakumar Krishnan.
SQL Server 2008 and 2005 offer the Service Broker feature. In this tip we will go through the different components of service broker and step by step on how to setup Service Broker for a single database.