As David said, SQLNS can be used for this but depending on your needs
it may not be the best tool.
Have a look at Query Notifications, too.
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On Thu, 19 Jan 2006 13:52:53 -0500, "David Gugick"
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>Robby Tanner wrote:
>> Are notifications what I use to have the server notify attached
>> clients of certain events?
>> Essentially I want clients to register interest in certain DB events.
>> When they happen, the server is to notify all registered clients.
>You can use Notification Services for what you want, but maybe what you need
>is alerting. See "Monitoring and Responding to Events" in SQL2005 BOL for
>informtion on alerts and "SQL Server Notification Services Samples" for more
>information on the types of things you can do with Notification Services.