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Conducting Service Broker Conversation Using Full Dialog Security in SQL Server 2005 Express Service

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In the previous installment of our series covering the most relevant features of SQL Server 2005 Express Edition, we started an overview of Service Broker full dialog-level security. In this article, we will conclude this subject by describing the remaining prerequisites and a method to invoke a secure dialog.

2009-01-06

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Scheduling Jobs in SQL Server Express - Part 2

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In my previous article Scheduling Jobs in SQL Server Express we saw how to make simple job scheduling in SQL Server 2005 Express work. We limited the scheduling to one time or daily repeats. Sometimes this isn't enough. In this article we'll take a look at how to make a scheduling solution based on Service Broker worthy of the SQL Server Agent itself.

2008-12-09

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