This event accepts SQL script and is fired after the Notifier connects to the consolidated database, but before it checks for push requests. The value is null by default, so this event is not fired.
You can use this event to create temporary tables or variables. You should not use this event to change isolation levels. To control isolation levels, use the isolation property. See Notifier properties.
If the Notifier loses the connection to the consolidated database, it re-runs this event immediately after reconnecting.
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