Cuz sql is everywhere!!!!!
SQL Server Notifications are deprecated...
That's different to SQL Server Query Notifications, which are based on Service Broker and still supported.
I am happy I was wrong :)
Less work now :)
@DamianEdwards I am interested in helping with this if you would like...
This might be of relavence http://andreasohlund.net/2010/09/03/event-based-interop-with-service-broker/
@Porkstone that is interesting.. I'll investigate it.
Not sure if this is going to make it for 0.5. Currently at risk.
i have not been able to implement this as of yet..
@DamianEdwards @davidfowl said you had already started coding this..is that accurate? or do I own this task?
Is there any update on where this feature stands?
0.6 which is months out.
@davidfowl I have to build this anyway. I really need it sooner than 0.6.
Is this just following the reddis MessageBus implementation?
Please provide me with some additional info so that i may get this going.
@ElanHasson if you want to take a stab at it yes, start from the redis implementation. Here's the flow:
ok. will do.
I'll make it auto setup and tare down the SSB stuffs like SqlDependency.
@ElanHasson how'd you get on? I'd also be interested in this. Would be happy to help if I can.
We have a first cut of this here https://github.com/SignalR/SignalR/blob/master/SignalR.SqlServer/SqlMessageBus.cs. Definitely not ready for prime time as yet, but it'll definitely be ready for sometime in the 1.0 release.
This looks very promising. I pulled down the latest code and had to make a little tweak to the SqlReciever.cs to get this to work for me locally. It was having issues when my SignalR_Messages table was empty. You can see it here
I know this is very early in development and will likely change a lot before it is ready for prime time, but wanted to provide the feedback. If you want a pull request let me know. Keep up the great work, excited about having SqlServer MessageBus support in SignalR.