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An exceptional article on CodeProject detailing an extensible mass emailing framework using the MS SQL Server 2005 Service Broker.

I'm not sure about the IM-conversation style of writing, but that's just taste.  The content is first-rate.

What's the Service Broker?

Service Broker is a new feature of Microsoft® SQL Server 2005. It offers asynchronous messaging support, and is tightly integrated with the SQL Server database engine. Service Broker provides a new, queue-based durable messaging framework which can send and receive messages between service endpoints, such as server instances, databases, and .NET 2.0 clients. Messages can be up to 2 GB in size, and can use the varbinary or varbinary(max) data types. I have blogged some links and resources for SSB. Looking at these links will be good starting point.

Posted on Wednesday, September 13, 2006 11:05 AM Database Practices , .NET Development | Back to top


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