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Re: NS API Question

Subject: Re: NS API Question
From: "andyjax"
Date: Tue, 9 Aug 2005 03:41:01 -0700
Newsgroups: microsoft.public.sqlserver.notificationsvcs
My thought was how to get the API's to be called from an assembly in SQL 
2005. If you try to set a reference to the NS API, then it won't let you. You 
have to completely build the class yourself in a DB project, or reference 
another DB project that has assemblies you want use.

We will end up needing to install IIS on the SQL box, yuck - but will do for 
our dev environment only, or just want to install NS client components until 
.Net 2.0 is released later this year. 

I will post in a SQL 2005 to see if there is just a limitation for the June 
CTP we are running using BETA 2 VS.

Thanks Shyam, I am amazed at home must information you put in your NS book. 
Like anything you read it does not make sense completely until you are ready 
to implement a section, then it is just a matter of remembering where the 
information is in your book. Again, great job! Anyone getting started with NS 
needs to have this book in their library.

"Shyam Pather [MSFT]" wrote:

> Yes, you can wrap the NS APIs in Web Services. I have not seen an 
> implementation of this, but I've heard the idea talked about a lot and don't 
> see any reason why it should not be technically feasible.
> -shyam
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> > Is it possible to have an assembly in SQL 2005 to expose the NS API? The 
> > idea
> > is to have interfaces exposed as web services from SQL 2005 directly that
> > allow for the management of NS subscriptions. This would allow the 
> > existing
> > ASP.Net 1.1 code to call the service without having to install all the NS
> > client pieces on the web server.
> >
> > This question may be more appropriate for SQL 2005, but thought I would
> > through it out there. 

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