Tag Archives : Service Broker


SQL Server Service Broker – Conversation Architecture

This post is part of a series on this blog that will explore SQL Server Service Broker, a native messaging and queueing technology built into the SQL Server Database Engine. Previous posts: SQL Server Service Broker – Introduction SQL Server Service Broker – Service Architecture In this installment, we introduce Service Broker’s conversation architecture. Conversations […]


SQL Server Service Broker – Service Architecture

This post is part of a series on this blog that will explore SQL Server Service Broker, a native messaging and queuing technology built into the SQL Server Database Engine. Previous posts: SQL Server Service Broker – Introduction In this installment, we introduce the basic Service Broker service architecture components. Taxes Before I jump into […]


Using Service Broker to replicate logins

Talking about mirroring and its shortcomings got me thinking:  there has to be a reliable way to replicate logins from the primary server to the mirror.  Sure, you could do it manually, that would work just fine for those applications with a limited number of logins where there isn’t much turnaround.  But then again, if […]