I'm sure you could shoehorn SLQNS to do this but it's not really the
way it was designed to be used. One way would be to create a custom
delivery protocol. When an event comes in, the generator would match
it to a generic subscriber so that a notification would be generated.
Then your custom delivery protocol would examine the event data and
determine which couple of guys get it the info. Not saying I'd
advocate doing it this way, but it's possible.
Other possibilities that you could explore are:
- passing the email addresses, etc in with the event data
- using distribution lists as your subscribers
Probably some more too.
Hope this helps....
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On 27 Feb 2006 08:10:48 -0800, "Mwob" <[email protected]> wrote:
>I'm evaluating the use SSNS 2005 for our web application. From what I
>have seen, it looks like it will do the job quite nicely, but I have a
>specific requirement that I hope someone here can help me with:
>Basically, I *think* I want to specify who the "subscribers" to my
>event are. Say for example something happens in our application, and
>the user decides that he needs to let a couple of guys know - I want my
>application to specify who these people are, instead of them having to
>be subscribed to the event. Its always different people that need to
>know about the event, and I want the application to be able to decide
>who... so I think that basically I want to have control over who the
>Is this possible?
>Many thanks in advance!