Service Broker with Managed Code
A Service Broker application always consists of Service Broker objects (such as message types, contracts, queues, and services) and maybe an associated service program in the form of a stored procedure or an external application. The drawback to this approach is that you must implement everything with T-SQL code. When you build a Service Broker client in the .NET language of your choice, you must also use T-SQL code to communicate with Service Broker in the database.
KeywordsUnify Modeling Language Service Class Response Message Message Type Manage Code
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