Message Handling With Service Broker

Colleen Morrow shows how to send and receive messages using Service Broker:

If you’ve been following along in this series, you’ll have created the necessary components of the service architecture, namely the message types, contract, queues, and services.  You will also have started a conversation between your initiator and target services.  You’re finally ready to start sending and receiving messages in your Service Broker app.  Whoohoo!  Let’s get to it!

Here’s what we’ve been waiting for, and it’s a good example going through message handling.  I also hope Colleen handles poison pill messages and other Service Broker-related traps.

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