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Hi,

I am currently developing an web application where in one of the requirements is a server object/service will send notification(data) to the browsers of all users currently connected to the server. Is there a possible way to accomplished this in ASP.Net 2.0?

As far as i know when using ASP.Net, the client always initiates a call to the server. In the scenario that i want, the client web browser will wait for a notification from the server and when it does it will update accordingly the data on the client browser. I would appreciate if somebody could share me any idea about this scenario.

Thanks,

Deo





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