SQL Server with Mr. Denny

May 8 2008   11:00AM GMT

Back To Basics: The SQL Server Service Broker

Denny Cherry Denny Cherry Profile: Denny Cherry

The SQL Server Service Broker is a fantastic new addition to SQL Server.  For those who have used Microsoft Message Queue (MSMQ) the service broker will be easy to understand as it’s the same basic concept.  Messages are sent from one place to another, within a database, from database to database, or from server to server.

 While the configuration can be a daunting task, once the service broker is setup it is a very solid system which can handle a large message load.

The Service Broker give you guaranteed delivery order, with single processing of messages always in the order received.  Messages can be processed on demand (you write software which queries the service broker on a schedule) or automatically via the queue activation.

Check back for information about all the various service broker object an how to configure each of them.

Denny

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