April 11, 2014 | Posted in: SQL Server

You need to be in the db_owner() role. The only way around this is to create a stored procedure to execute as dbo which will return this information:

CREATE VIEW sys.transmission_queue AS
SELECT conversation_handle = S.handle,
to_service_name = Q.tosvc,
to_broker_instance = Q.tobrkrinst,
from_service_name = Q.fromsvc,
service_contract_name = Q.svccontr,
enqueue_time = Q.enqtime,
message_sequence_number = Q.msgseqnum,
message_type_name = Q.msgtype,
is_conversation_error = sysconv(bit, Q.status & 2),
is_end_of_dialog = sysconv(bit, Q.status & 4),
message_body = Q.msgbody,
transmission_status = GET_TRANSMISSION_STATUS (S.handle),
priority = R.priority
FROM sys.sysxmitqueue Q
INNER JOIN sys.sysdesend S WITH (NOLOCK) on Q.dlgid = S.diagid AND Q.finitiator = S.initiator
INNER JOIN sys.sysdercv R WITH (NOLOCK) ON Q.dlgid = R.diagid AND Q.finitiator = R.initiator
 WHERE is_member(‘db_owner’) = 1 

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