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Developing Subscription Management Applications

SQL Server 2000

Subscriber and subscription information is entered into the Notification Services system by a subscription management application. This is often a Web application based on Microsoft Active Server Page (ASP page) or ASP.NET technologies. You are required to develop this application, but the Notification Services API provides a number of classes to simplify the collection and submission of subscriber and subscription data. It also supplies several enumeration classes, to make it easy to select values for user options such as device types, time zones, and subscriber locales.

For more information about using ASP and ASP.NET, see Active Server Pages and ASP.NET in the Microsoft MSDN® Library.

The topics that this section covers are described in the following table.

Topic Description
Subscription Management Application Security Discusses the options available when setting up the accounts that the subscription management application is to use.
Managing Subscribers Describes how to use the Notification Services Subscriber and SubscriberEnumeration classes to enter and maintain subscriber information.
Managing Subscriber Devices Describes how to use the Notification Services SubscriberDevice and SubscriberDeviceEnumeration classes to enter and maintain subscriber device information. Discusses how to use the DeliveryChannel class, along with its related enumeration class, to provide information from a standard Notification Services table to your user interface.
Managing Subscriptions Describes how to use the Notification Services Subscription and SubscriptionEnumeration classes to enter and maintain subscription information. Discusses how to use the SubscriberLocale and TimeZone classes, along with their related enumeration classes, to provide information from standard Notification Services tables to your user interface.
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