When the generator fires, it materializes some views over the events
and subscription tables. These views, named for the event and
subscription classes (without the 'View' on the end), contain the
events and the subscription data that will be processed during this
quantum period. These views should be used in your match rules because
they take care of the scoping - that is you don't have to worry about
distinquishing old event/subscription data from new event/subscription
The <SubscriptionClassName>View provides a way for you to manipulate
subscription data using T-SQL rather than through the SSNS API. You
can create subscriptions, etc, using that view.
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On Wed, 14 Jun 2006 21:32:04 GMT, "mrhaboobi" <[email protected]> wrote:
>>I've noticed that in addtion to the NS<SubscriptionClassName>View, there is
>>alway a view simply named as <SubscriptionClassName>. Could somebody explain
>>to me what the differences are between these two views? I can only find
>>documentation on the NS<SubscriptionClassName>View on MSDN. Thanks a bunch
>I have the same question. The reason is that for me, one of the views
>returns data and the other doesnt, The <SubscriptionClassName> view doesnt
>return to me any results when i have created subscriptions, and unfortunately
>in all examples the schedule subscriptionrules all refer to that view..