Assembly: Microsoft.SqlServer.Smo (in microsoft.sqlserver.smo.dll)
public sealed class BrokerService : BrokerObjectBase, IObjectPermission, IExtendedProperties, ICreatable, IAlterable, IDroppable
public final class BrokerService extends BrokerObjectBase implements IObjectPermission, IExtendedProperties, ICreatable, IAlterable, IDroppable
Service Broker messages are sent from one service to another service. A service specifies a queue to hold messages, and also specifies the contracts for which the service can be the target.
A Service Broker service defines a set of contracts that list the other services from which the target service will accept incoming dialogs. If a service tries to start a dialog with another service, the contract specified by the initiator service must belong to the contract set of the target service. On the other hand, the initiator service may begin a dialog using a contract that is not part of its own contract set.
A service can be created with an empty service contract set.
This namespace, class, or member is supported only in version 2.0 of the Microsoft .NET Framework.
To get BrokerService object properties, users can be a member of the public fixed server role.
To set BrokerService object properties, users must be owner of the service, be a member of the db_ddladmin or db_owner fixed database roles, or be a member of the sysadmin fixed server role.
To create a service, users must be a member of the db_ddladmin or db_owner fixed database roles, or be a member of the sysadmin fixed server role. The user must also have REFERENCES permission on the queue and all contracts specified.
To drop a service, users must be owner of the service, be a member of the db_ddladmin or db_owner fixed database roles, or be a member of the sysadmin fixed server role.
To grant, deny, or revoke permissions on the service to other users, users must have CONTROL permission on the service.