To have a subscription managment application on a remote machine (one
that's different than the SQLNS machine), you need to:
1) Install the SQLNS client components on the remote box. This puts
NSControl, etc on that box.
2) Register the instance on the remote box using NSControl register.
3) Configure the security appropriately - whether it's IIS vs desktop
application, windows vs sql server security, etc.
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On Tue, 14 Jun 2005 15:22:02 -0700, "Mostafa Salama"
<[email protected]> wrote:
>Thanks a lot Joe for your reply, but this didn't answer my question
>what i meant, that the application works when the "SQL Server Notification
>service" is on the same machine of the application , but it doesn't work when
>it is in different machine
>So , my question is , is it possible to make both on different machines ,
>the code and SQL Server Notification Service.
>"Joe Webb" wrote:
>> Mostafa -
>> Check out "subscription management applications, deploying" in books
>> online. It describes how to configure a subscription management
>> application using IIS on a remote machine. I think that's what you're
>> asking. If not, sorry and could you repost/restate?
>> Joe Webb
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>> Get up to speed quickly with SQLNS
>> I support PASS, the Professional Association for SQL Server.
>> On Tue, 14 Jun 2005 05:34:03 -0700, "Mostafa Salama"
>> <[email protected]> wrote:
>> >can i access by code and instance of notificatfion service that is
>> >in a different machine.
>> >like-> new instance(nsData); where nsData is instance name of a
>> >service installed in a different machine