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Queueing Event Notifications with Service Broker

Max Vernon ties event notifications to Service Broker:

My previous post shows how to configure an Event Notification to fire whenever a login event occurs. The post uses Service Broker to receive those Event Notifications into a queue, which is then processed by a stored procedure and saved into a standard SQL Server database. This post provides a quick+dirty VB.Net command line monitor that shows how full a Service Broker queue is.

The following code should be pasted into a blank Visual Studio VB.Net console project. It is trivially easy to translate this into C#, but I like VB – what can I say.

Click through for the code. No F# translation from me, however, as I am lazy.

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