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how i can get the change event in the table .

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hi all

i have a program that display the content of the table from sql server
this table change .
how i can get the change event in this table .
Nov 15 '05 #1
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If you are doing updates right from a .NET client, you can watch
RowUpdating() event to find out any changes that are being made to the
table. If you talking about changes to that table from anywhere (someone in
SQL Server Enterprise manager and editing rows).. that might need you to
delve into the SQL-DMO objects and write code in "classic COM" ..
May be Yukon release of SQL server might have better stuff for you but for
now..
I think..

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hi all

i have a program that display the content of the table from sql server
this table change .
how i can get the change event in this table .

Nov 15 '05 #2

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