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Service Broker in Microsoft SQL Server 2005 is a new technology that provides messaging and queuing functions between instances. The basic functions of sending and receiving messages forms a part of a “conversation.” Each conversation is considered to be a complete channel of communication. Each Service Broker conversation is considered ...
Do to the overwhelming amount of data sequencing questions asked on the MSDN forums, I will demonstrate how to implement the most common solutions for sequencing data, using SQL Server 2000 and greater. Before starting I would like to give a disclaimer. I believe that data sequencing should be handled ...
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