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what is the actual difference between service broker and service type

  • 8 February 2021
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Right now i am confused whether service broker and service instance is same or different.Is there any difference in both of them?

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Best answer by Prineel 8 February 2021, 07:13

Hi @Madke_Tejashree,

 

The best way that I can explain this is that service brokers use DLL files that you run through the K2 service type. After you create your service type, you can create a service inststance for the service type. As for a service instance, its more like a tool to make a connection to whatever you need it to connect to (a service type, for example, an sql database to create an advanced smartobject. Please have a look at these videos:
How-To: Registering and using a Custom Service Broker

How-To: Creating a Service Instance

 

Kind Regards

Prineel

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Hi @Madke_Tejashree,

 

The best way that I can explain this is that service brokers use DLL files that you run through the K2 service type. After you create your service type, you can create a service inststance for the service type. As for a service instance, its more like a tool to make a connection to whatever you need it to connect to (a service type, for example, an sql database to create an advanced smartobject. Please have a look at these videos:
How-To: Registering and using a Custom Service Broker

How-To: Creating a Service Instance

 

Kind Regards

Prineel

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