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A single Notification Services instance can host one or more applications. Each application hosted by one instance shares subscribers and delivery channels to simplify and centralize administration. Using the ICF, you use the Applications section to identify which applications are hosted by the instance by providing a name for the ApplicationName element, a path to the ADF using the ApplicationDefinitionFilePath element, and a path to the directory containing supplemental files for the application using the BaseDirectoryPath element. You can provide this information directly in the ICF, or you can use parameters to reuse this ICF in other environments. Here is the syntax for the Applications section of the ADF for the TerritorySales application using parameters for the paths:
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<Applications> <Application> <ApplicationName>TerritorySales</ApplicationName> <BaseDirectoryPath>%_InstancePath_%</BaseDirectoryPath> <ApplicationDefinitionFilePath> %_InstancePath_%\TerritorySales\TerritorySalesADF.xml </ApplicationDefinitionFilePath> </Application> </Applications>
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In this example, %_InstancePath_% is another parameter for which you can provide a value in the ParameterDefaults section or when you create the instance. When you create the ADF, you must place the file in the path specified here, or the application will fail.
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A delivery channel is an endpoint to which Notification Services delivers notifications using a specified protocol. A Notification Services instance can support multiple delivery channels. When a subscriber creates a subscription, a device is associated with the subscription, such as an e-mail account. The selection of the device determines which delivery channel will be used to send notifications to that subscriber. Each delivery channel requires a unique name and is associated with a delivery protocol. If the delivery protocol requires arguments, you must also include values for these arguments in the ICF. Notification Services includes two built-in delivery protocols, SMTP Delivery and File Delivery. Here is the syntax for using the File Delivery protocol, including an argument to specify the file name receiving notifications:
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<DeliveryChannels> <DeliveryChannel> <DeliveryChannelName>FileChannel</DeliveryChannelName> <ProtocolName>File</ProtocolName> <Arguments> <Argument> <Name>FileName</Name> <Value>
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%_InstancePath_%\TerritorySales\Notifications\FileNotifications.htm
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</Value> </Argument> </Arguments>
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</DeliveryChannel> </DeliveryChannels>
Notice this example sends notifications to a file in a subdirectory of the instance path, but you can certainly define any directory and file name that meets your needs. You must grant the Notification Services engine write permissions to the defined directory, as explained later in this chapter. Note
You can find instructions for defining a delivery channel using SMTP Delivery in the SQL Server Books Online topic, Defining an SMTP Delivery Channel.
You can also use custom delivery protocols if you include the definition in a Protocols section of the ICF. This section is normally omitted when you use only the built-in delivery protocols.
Adding Parameter Default Values
By using parameters in an ICF, you can make your applications more portable and flexible. For example, in the previous examples, %_InstancePath_% is used to define the path once. The same path can then be used as a value for multiple elements. When you need to change the instance path, you need only to change the parameter value once, but the change applies to many values in the ICF. You can use parameters without including default values in the ICF, but instance deployment is made easier if you do include parameter defaults. Even if you include them, you can override the default values when you deploy the instance. Here is the syntax for assigning a default value, C:\NS, to the %_InstancePath_% parameter:
<ParameterDefaults> <Parameter> <Name>_InstancePath_</Name> <Value>C:\NS</Value> </Parameter> </ParameterDefaults>
Creating an Instance Configuration File by Using Visual Studio
You can use your favorite XML editor or Visual Studio to create a new ICF. You can also edit an ICF by opening the file in SQL Server Management Studio. To begin a new ICF using Visual Studio, follow these steps: 1. Using Windows Explorer, create a directory for your Notification Services instance and applications, such as C:\NS. If you prefer a different location or name, be sure to change the default parameter value for %_InstancePath_% in the ICF.
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