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    Microsoft access database listener

    Hi.
    I am worried since. I have an idea but i don't know it is possible To realised it. I want To configure a listerner to listen record updated, deleted and inserted in my access database. I dont know how to do it. But i heard it is possible with other database.
    Thanks for any idea.

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    There isn't really any way to do it with an Access database because it doesn't provide notifications. One thing you could do is create a service that polls the database periodically for changes and can then push notifications to application instances that register with it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jmcilhinney View Post
    There isn't really any way to do it with an Access database because it doesn't provide notifications. One thing you could do is create a service that polls the database periodically for changes and can then push notifications to application instances that register with it.
    What about the Sqldependency and the sqlnotification
    Can it not be used with Acess database?

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