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Re: Duplicate Notifications

Subject: Re: Duplicate Notifications
From: Joe Webb
Date: Tue, 03 May 2005 14:50:45 -0500
Newsgroups: microsoft.public.sqlserver.notificationsvcs
Hi David -

Generally speaking, there are several reasons why duplicate notifications get produced. Some things you may want to verify:
* Double check your subscriptions. One common reason for getting
"duplicate" notifications is that there are actually multiple
subscriptions for the same event.
* Verify that your event provider in not submitting the same set of
events multiple times.
* Make sure your event rule is matching only the events you want.

If you'll post the relevant parts of your config files, we can talk specifics.
HTH...
Joe Webb
SQL Server MVP

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David Van de Vate wrote:
I have an NS application.  In a given EventBatch, 150 events are
received. The event rule when executed in Query Analyzer returns on row
for each subscriber as desired. Unfortunately, NS is generating 2
exactly duplicate notifications for each subscriber with the same
Notification Batch ID and Rule Firing ID.  I am at loss for what is
causing this. I would greatly appreciate any insights that might be
provided as to how to stop this from happening.  I do not see this as a
case that warrants a Chronicle table.  All events are unique and
significant. I want to send a unique notification to the appropriate
subscribers.

Thanks in advance,
David

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