Following up on my previous article, I decided to provide a sample that people could try for building InfoPath interfaces to SQL Service Broker applications. The sample is a simple expense report form being submitted to backend HR broker service. You can download the code from here:
(The service broker sample library had to be hacked to make it compatible to .NET 1.1 since the InfoPath Toolkit for Visual Studio is only available with VS.NET 2003 and not with Whidbey beta. This library is not 100% compatible to the original library since I've converted generic collections to object collections and SqlBytes to byte.)
These were the steps that I followed to create the InfoPathBroker sample:
I would like to move the code to http://www.sqlservicebroker.com but I'm still figuring out how to use the site.