Hi Priya -
Welcome to the SQLNS world!!! This newsgroup is a great place to learn
and ask questions. Come often.
Using the built-in SQL Server Event Provider, you can use 3 or 4 part
names to query other tables in other databases in the same SQL Server
instance or in linked servers, respectively.
To query a table in another database in the same SQL Server instance,
you could do something like this:
PrId NOT IN (SELECT
To query a table in a database in another SQL Server instance, add a
linked server and then use 4 part names. In the prior example, you'd
As for examples and where to learn more...Shyam Pather has written an
excellent book on SQLNS. I also have a book out there on it. Both may
be found on Amazon by searching for SQL Server Notification Services.
I'm not aware of sites dedicated to SQLNS (although that's on my list
of things to do), but I do have a blog dedicated to the technology. I
just started it last month, but intend to update it at least weekly.
Here it is: http://www.sqlns.com. I'd love to hear comments on what
you'd like to see on it.
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(www.sqlpass.org)On Mon, 10 Oct 2005 03:33:03 -0700, "Priya"
<[email protected]> wrote:
>I am facing a problem similar to a previous post in this forum.
>I have an existing application and we need to integrate SQLNS inorder to
>cater our Notification requirements. I'm not able to figure out how the
>appADF.xml file has to be configured when the database to be queried is
>different from the database SQLNS creates by itself for storing subscriber
>and event details.
>Can you please guide me with some examples as to how this can be done.
>As I'm a novice in this field, will be quite helpful if u could suggest some
>sites where i can find examples other than the samples provided during
>Thanks & Regards