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So many experts here, I feel humbled. Smile | :)

My C# app talks to a SQL database to get information back. The app is basically a GUI representation of the data in the database. When I modify the data in the client C# app, I would like to not only send the changes back to the database, but also to all other clients connected to the SQL database (all clients will be running this same C# app).

Now, I already have the C# app reading, displaying, and sending the data back to the SQL database. What I need is to do now is to send this modified data to all the other connected clients. My thought is that I will probably need a seperate application to do this, possibly using remoting.

Can some of the experts here tell me if I'm on the right track? Does this seem like a very big undertaking? Is remoting the best way to do this or would you suggest something else such as a webservice or an additional SQL table for holding the modified data?

Any suggestions, words of warning, comments, any feedback whatsoever is welcome and appreciated.

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