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Dialog security lets your Service Broker solution use authorization, authentication, and encryption. Some of these settings can be controlled with the BEGIN DIALOG CONVERSATION statement. Additional specifications are controlled through remote service bindings. For more information about dialog security and encryption see the article Service Broker Dialog Security in SQL Server Books Online.
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For more information about creating remote service bindings, see the article CREATE REMOTE SERVICE BINDING (Transact-SQL) in the SQL Server Books Online.
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Service Broker endpoints These are used to configure SQL Server to send and receive messages over TCP/IP connections. Endpoints can be used to control connections to the endpoint and provide transport security. By default, Service Broker cannot communicate on the network because there are no Service Broker endpoints unless you configure them.
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Several applications function together to provide a Service Broker solution. To start a conversation and send messages, an application for the initiating service issues the BEGIN DIALOG statement, which includes all the required information about the initiating and target services, contracts, and so on. Once messages have been sent to a queue, the target application must be started to receive and process messages. You can configure one or more of the four startup options for the Server Broker applications in your solution. Applications where there is a continuous stream of messages and applications that require a large number of resources to start up can be configured to start when SQL Server starts, as part of the Microsoft Windows startup group or as a service. Because these applications are always running, they continually hold on to their resources, but they are also available immediately to process messages without the time lag required to start a new application. The second startup option that you can configure uses the SQL Server agent to schedule the application to run at specific times. Using scheduled tasks to start applications is common for target applications that might be performed as a batch. For example, employees can submit travel reimbursement forms throughout the day. The reimbursement messages can be stored in the queue throughout the day. Overnight, the target application receives all the messages and either processes the reimbursement check or flags the message for manual review and uses another application to send the form on to another queue to await processing by another target application. Figure 8-12 shows the information flow for the expense reimbursement example. In the expense reimbursement scenario, weeks may pass without any messages being sent to the manual review queue. In such a situation it would be inefficient to process this queue on a scheduled basis. Also, because it is important for the company to handle expense reimbursements quickly and efficiently, you need an activation method to support these requirements. The internal and event-based activation processes meet these requirements.
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You can configure Service Broker activation to allow your solutions to start automatically when there is work for the program to do. The two automatic activation methods are internal activation and event-based activation. Internal activation is managed by using stored procedures and requires the application to be written as stored procedures. Event-based activation is managed by an external application and is activated by a SQL Server queue activation event sent to the external application.
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These Service Broker activations are ideal for applications that can start quickly and for applications where the frequency or number of messages varies over time. In addition to starting an application where messages are received infrequently, you can also use Service Broker activation to allow applications to add queue reader processes automatically when messages start to accumulate in a queue.
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For more information about selecting a startup method for your Service Broker applications, as well as information on Service Broker activation and how to implement, see the following articles in SQL Server Books Online:
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