I would like to use SqlCacheDependency to update a dataset in real-time, but we have not enabled the service broker on our production database. Could enabling the service broker have any adverse effects (performance, reliability, etc)?
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Most likely Service Broker is enabled in your production database. It is enabled by default, it only gets disabled on restore in order to prevent distributed split-brains scenarios.