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Windows Service monitoring a Database table ?

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could anyone give me a possible solution for a Windows Service (in C#)
listening to a table in a database for insertion or updation.
thanks
Nov 15 '05 #1
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Hi,

Monitoring of a table can be done by means of triggers only.

We can create a extended stored procedure which will raise the event and
inform the windows service about the table activity (insertion/updation).

Call this extended stored procedure from the insertion/updation trigger for
each of the table.
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R.Balaji
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could anyone give me a possible solution for a Windows Service (in C#)
listening to a table in a database for insertion or updation.
thanks

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