Working with MyLittleAdmin - Management Tool for SQL Server 2005
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by Bilal Haidar
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Service Broker

Service broker is a new feature added to the SQL Server 2005 that includes a set of new services including queues, routes, etc …

Since this article does not aim at explaining features in SQL Server 2005 but rather give you an overview of the myLittleAdmin, we will point you to a great MSDN Online Webcast that you can check and get a better understanding of the Service Broker: MSDN Webcast: Introducing Service Broker in SQL Server 2005—Level 200.

Using the Service Broker node you can manage all objects related to it as shown in the figure given below

Figure 21

Browsing a bit through the objects listed above, you can only delete objects but you are unable to modify or create new ones. Hope the next version of myLittleAdmin would enable you with more functionality and control over those controls.


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User Comments

Title: Remote Machine Problem   
Name: Utsab
Date: 2012-01-29 8:17:14 AM
Comment:
It tells how to configure the tool for own machine or local machine. But in case of remote machine how to access the database with this MyLittleAdmin?
Title: sql server   
Name: kashif masood
Date: 2009-10-23 9:36:44 AM
Comment:
Excellent work and very descriptive specially with all those screenshots
Title: Working with MyLittleAdmin - Management Tool for SQL Server 2005   
Name: arindam1802@yahoo.com
Date: 2007-02-23 11:37:42 AM
Comment:
Excellent work and very descriptive specially with all those screenshots.






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