Service Broker (SSSB)

Getting Started with SQL Server Service Broker

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Service Broker is a new feature in SQL Server 2005 that brings queuing and reliable messaging to SQL Server. Service Broker provides the “plumbing” to let you pass messages between applications, using SQL Server as the transport mechanism. Applications can use a single shared SQL Server database for this purpose or distribute their work across multiple databases.


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