Re: Multiple Subscriptions to the Same Field Type
Could you use a subquery in your WHERE clause to select the list of clients
from another table?
Diane Larsen [MSFT]
SQL Server User Education
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"Isadore Schwartz" <[email protected]> wrote in
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> Hi all,
> I am looking at an application configuration that requires me to manage
> for multiple clients as a single manager. Basically, I can have any number
> clients I am responsible for (say 20), and I need to be able to retrieve
> updates to data regarding those clients as it comes in. Thus, I could
> an update for 1 client, 5 clients, or all 20 clients all at the same time.
> My question is this. In a subscription model through SQL-NS, what would be
> the most reasonable/efficient way to manage that many clients (assuming
> the search context would be - "give me all XXX for client YYY" in the
> I'm finding myself a little stuck functionally between having to define an
> individual susbscription for all 20 of the clients (for the single manager
> individual), or some sort of dynamic subscription that has all 20 clients
> individual fields in the subscription.
> What do any of you feel would be the best way to work with this?