Have you ever figured out why your Service Broker queue gets disabled automatically? What causes your Service Broker queue to get disabled in the first place? What is a poison message with respect to Service Broker? Is there anything new in SQL Server 2008 R2 for managing poison messages in Service Broker? To explore it more click here.
Saturday, April 2, 2011
In a recent article I talked about creating Service Broker application and communicating between Initiator and Target. Service Broker ensures Exactly Once in Order delivery for messages inside a conversation. But what if you want some important messages/conversations (with higher priority) to be processed earlier than messages/conversations with lower priority? Is there any way to define priority in sending or receiving messages in Service Broker? To learn more click here.