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Re: How can I use Notification Services to notify my applications

Subject: Re: How can I use Notification Services to notify my applications
From: Joe Webb
Date: Fri, 24 Feb 2006 07:29:24 -0600
Newsgroups: microsoft.public.sqlserver.notificationsvcs
Are you using SQL Server 2005? If so you've got a couple of options. 

1) SQLNS may be a good fit for you - I cannot tell based on what
you've described in your OP. Here's a link to another thread that
describes how to set up a custom delivery protocol (using v2.0 but it
should at least point you in the right direction).

2) You can also look into Query Notifications, too. That may be a good
alternative, depending on your needs. 


Joe Webb
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On 24 Feb 2006 00:22:43 -0800, "oleksa borodie"
<[email protected]> wrote:

> I'd like to use SQL 2005 Notification Services to notify my .Net
>application about some events. In few words it will look like that:
> - my application starts and subscribes to some events
> - notification service notify my application about some events
> I don't know how many application instances will be started at one
>time, approx values are from 0 to 30.
> I understand Notifications services features generally. Unfourtanetly
>I cann't understand how to build custom delivery channel. I need that
>Notification Services instance call method defined in my application if
>event occurs. All samples from SQL server installation contains file
>and e-mail delivery endpoints but this endpoints are not suitable for
> Could you help me please and post some links to the custom delivery
>channel development manuals, HOWTOs, FAQs?
>Thank you.

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