Re: Modifying the design of NS
Do you have plans to migrate to SQL 2005? You are able to insert into a view
directly to submit your events to NS. That is what we are doing for our
solution. Therefore, at whatever interval you submit to NS is when it begins
its matching. You should consider getting the book from Shyam Pather by
SAMS, it is great! ISBN 0-672-32664-7.
He has examples of realtime, if there is such a thing, and scheduled
"R.D" <[email protected]> wrote in message
> Hi All
> I Wonder to see a Notification Services application that does not use
> The NotificationsGenerate sproc which is used by the sql provider direcly
> inserts into another table and these notifications are sent using dbmail.
> am new here and the reason that is given by my predecessor is that NS does
> not have capacity to send notifications in different times.( But that has
> been clarified by webb and Kate that it is possible)
> Another anomoly I found is that Notifications Chronicle and Events
> which are configured in adf has thousands of rows. These two tables are
> to compare the present value with previous value.
> I am almost convinced that The notification services is underutilised as
> is used only to run sprocs regulary( as no notify and no delivery)
> Now I am planning to design an elegant model for that using the full
> capacity of NS
> The requirement is like this:
> Data is staged( fetched) into NsInstanceDatabase and This data uses an
> unique Key
> to generate events.(We already have an exe for this. and I am not planning
> to change)
> These events are classified to be two types : Transaction Based and
> Threshold Based
> Transaction Based events are triggered when even they occur.(like birth
> Threshold base events are triggered when even it reaches the threshold(say
> your spend has reached 90% budget)
> I would like bunch all the notifications pertaining to all applications
> send one notification regulary( monthly,quartely,daily as choosen by the
> I would also like to use Notify function and also capacity of NS to send
> This is simplied version of application.
> Any idea on design will be highly appreciated.
> Thanks in Advance
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