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Building Notification Services Applications

SQL Server 2000

The Building Notification Services Applications section provides information about defining and developing the components needed to create an application in Microsoft® SQL Server™ Notification Services.

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

Topic Description
Introducing Notification Services Programming Reviews aspects of system workflow that affect development. Also discusses developer responsibilities and development planning.
Application Settings Discusses the available application settings, and how to define them in the application definition file (ADF).
Events Discusses how to define an event class, and how event providers are used to provide event data to the system. Reviews the standard event providers that are ship with Notification Services.
Subscriptions Discusses how to define a subscription class.
Notifications Discusses how to define a notification class. Also discusses how content formatters are used to format notification data, and how delivery channels make use of delivery protocols to route notification messages for delivery. Reviews the standard content formatter and delivery protocols that are shipped with Notification Services.
Instance and Application APIs Provides examples of how to use the Notification Services classes that provide access to Notification Services instances and applications.
Developing Subscription Management Applications Provides examples of how to use the Notification Services classes that permit creation and maintenance of subscription-related data.
Developing Custom Notification Services Components Provides examples of how to use the Notification Services classes and interfaces to develop custom event providers, content formatters, and delivery protocols.
Notification Services Programming Samples Provides information about the sample applications provided with Notification Services.
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