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Re: are notification services correct for my needs?

Subject: Re: are notification services correct for my needs?
From: "Steve"
Date: Wed, 29 Jun 2005 13:03:19 -0700
Newsgroups: microsoft.public.sqlserver.notificationsvcs
Hi Joe, thanks for the response!

Query Notifications sounds PERFECT, very exciting stuff.  I will wait for 2.0.  There might even be a beta that I could get involved with to
start the development.

Thanks again!

"Joe Webb" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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> Hi Steve -
> The scenario you described sounds like a very good implementation for
> SQLNS. As I'm sure you noticed in your research, SQLNS is a framework
> for rapidly building and hosting highly scalable notification
> applications. Even if you don't necessarily need the scalability
> aspect, you can still benefit from the development framework and what
> it has to offer (scheduling, retries, event providers, etc).
> Having said that, you may also want to check out Query Notifications
> in ADO.NET 2.0. If you can wait until Nov 7th, it may even be a better
> solution for you.
> HTH...
> -- 
> Joe Webb
> SQL Server MVP
> ~~~
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> On Wed, 29 Jun 2005 11:20:16 -0700, "Steve" <[email protected]> wrote:
> >We will have about 10 clients apps connecting to our data store.  When
> >client changes a record or in any way modifies the data store I would
> >to have the other clients get that data.
> >
> >So I can either have the clients poll the data store asking for changes
or I
> >thought this might be a good use of notification services.  I downloaded
> >PPT file about notification services and it gave me the impression that
> >was designed for much larger scale applications, that to use it for my
> >might be overkill.
> >
> >To take it one step further, I would like to push the new data to the
> >only if their current query matches the data that has been modified, for
> >this, again.. notification services seem to be appropriate.
> >
> >If you have any suggestions either way, I would appreciate them.
> >
> >Thank you,
> >Steve
> >

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