Security Considerations for Service Broker

Service Broker is designed to help you create secure applications. Service Broker includes transport security for controlling network connections to a SQL Server instance and dialog security for protecting the content of individual conversations.

In This Section

Topic Description

Service Broker Security Overview

Presents a general description of security in Service Broker.

Certificates and Service Broker

Describes how Service Broker uses certificates for security.

Service Broker Dialog Security

Describes security for individual conversations.

Service Broker Transport Security

Describes the security features that control whether Service Broker accepts a network connection.

Service Broker User-Level Permissions

Describes the permissions required for users in a Service Broker application.

For information on the permissions required for Query Notifications, see Query Notification Permissions.

See Also


Service Broker Routing and Networking

Other Resources


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