As mentioned in my previous Sql2Growl post I would come back to you if I had more info. Well here it is: The installation consists of two parts (both included in the zip): One is to setup the objects in the database (personally I am always a bit reserved to have a setup touch my databases, but if there is a user demand for it, I might integrate the setup of database objects in the installation set). The seconds is to install the NT service that interacts with the database and upon receiving a notification forwards it to Growl. To send a notification from the database execute the following procedure (assuming that the defaults in the SQL script where used):
EXEC [Growl].[spQueueNotification] @Application = N'Test App', @Type = N'Executed', @Title = N'Test Title', @Message = N'Test message\nline two' -- use \n for newline
-- set to 1 to clear cached Growl objects -- @ClearCachedObjects = 0
-- The service will look for the icon in Icons folder of -- installed service and append .png to the name -- @Icon = 'name'
-- usually only needed if notification has to be -- forwarded to other Growl instance -- @Password = 'password'
-- if you want the notification to be forwarded to -- another Growl instance, it's preferred to setup -- forwarding in Growl itself -- @Host = 'hostname'
-- In the rare situation that Growl is not listening on the default -- port, you can specify the port -- @Port = '23053'