Service Broker Tutorials
New: 15 September 2007
SQL Server Service Broker is used to create conversations for exchanging messages. Messages are exchanged between two ends: the target and initiator. Messages are used to transmit data, and to trigger processing when a message is received. The target and initiator can be in the same database, different databases on the same instance of the Database Engine, or on separate instances. All tutorials are for users who are new to Service Broker. To start a tutorial, click one of the following links:
- Completing a Conversation in a Single Database.
The tutorial shows you how to create the objects that are required to support a simple conversation. Then, you start a conversation to send and receive messages.
- Completing a Conversation Between Databases
The tutorial builds on the first Service Broker tutorial. It shows you how to extend a conversation between two databases in the same instance of the Database Engine.
- Completing a Conversation Between Instances
The tutorial builds on the first Service Broker tutorial. It shows you how to extend a conversation between databases in separate instances of the Database Engine.