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configure service broker on all databases

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Is it possible to configure service broker on all databases during the setup and not setting it on model database?

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Service broker (the service) by itself is available to the entire server. Whether a database can consume the service is governed by whether it has been enabled on the database or not.

The service broker identifier for each DB, the message types, contracts, queues, services, and stored procedures for the service are owned by the database - not by the server. Hence, you cannot have a central configuration at setup time - it needs to be done for each database.
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