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SQL Server Service Broker: cleanup
· 2008-06-05 09:26 by Thijs Kroesbergen for Brokenwire.NET

Imagine that you've been playing with the SQL Server Service broker, and you've got thousands of conversations stuck in the queue. And then you discover that there is nothing like "truncate table" possible on the queue... You can cleanup each conversation in the queue with the "end conversation with cleanup" statement.

So, a bit of searching and this is the result:

WARNING: DO NOT USE THIS ON A PRODUCTION ENVIRONMENT: the messages in the queue are lost forever!

use [YOURDB] declare @handle uniqueidentifier declare conv cursor for select conversation_handle from sys.conversation_endpoints open conv fetch next from conv into @handle while @@FETCH_STATUS = 0 Begin END Conversation @handle with cleanup fetch next from conv into @handle End close conv deallocate conv

To see how many conversations there a left:

select count(*) from sys.transmission_queue

Have fun! (I know I did)
More about the Service Broker and ending conversations soon on this channel.

UPDATE:

The really really quick 'n dirty way:

ALTER DATABASE LogistiekeMeetpuntenAdministratie WITH NEW_BROKER

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