SQL Server Notification Services Beta Program

By Bill Graziano on 18 April 2002 | 0 Comments | Tags: SQL Server 2000 Release, Reporting Services


SQL Server 2000 Notification Services makes it easy to develop and deploy applications that generate and send personalized notifications to wired and wireless devices. Notification Services scans input events from a wide variety of sources, matches these events against a user’s subscriptions, generates and formats personalized notifications, and delivers the notifications to the subscriber’s preferred device.

Notification Services consists of a simple declarative programming framework for describing the notification application and an efficient, highly-scalable server that runs the application. Notification Services enables you to build an application that scales to millions of users in days. Follow the link to SQL Server Notification Services Beta Program...

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