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Posted Tuesday, January 04, 2011 1:39 AM
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Hi here I'm Saathis,

regards my final year project im doing E-Speech Door Access System which voice based door access system. After verification of voice the door will be open. I'm doing the prototype in Visual Studio and Microsoft access 2003 for database. Now i do know how to create a server notification that admin can be view the progress of system. Please any one can show me some guide regards this. Thank you!!!
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If it's in Access, there isn't necessarily any SQL Server required at all, so this may be the wrong forum for you, but if you're talking about an access front end interface with a SQL Server backend for example, then you can set up various notifications to go out to users based on certain conditions being met (I'm assuming this is what you're looking for?)

You'll have to be more specific about what you really need, but you can create operators in SQL Server to send out email (etc) notifications to specific people (admins).
Among other things, you can either capture specific events and report on them on a schedule, or you can attach a trigger to a specific table to automatically fire out an alert at a certain specified condition.

If you give a bit more info, I may be able to help, but if it's entirely in Access, then I probably won't be much use to you.
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k friend now i give you more info about my project. Project title is E-Speech Door Access System is based voice system which verify client voice after the speech their password then door will be open. Since im networking student so i nit related my project with networking field. That why i have idea to do server notification for my project but i do know how to do it? i also no idea about server notification. If microsoft access impossible show me other way and If you have any other idea to relate my project with networking you can suggest me. Please help me? Urgent
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Okay, if you base your database for the system in SQL Server, you have a few options.


You can either use SQL Mail or send via SMTP directly using CDOSYS (see links below);

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/263556

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/312839

It really depends on what mail options you have on the client you'll be controlling the system from.
If you have access to an exchange server or can configure a connection via outlook, then SQL Mail can usually be the better option.


The rest is down to your database design, and how you want to capture "transactions."
If you're creating a "logging" type of system, with an insert into a table when someone enters a building via your voice recognition function, and want immediate notification sent to an admin, you can attach an insert trigger to the table (see below);

http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms189799.aspx

Alternatively, you can use a stored procedure and/or a sql script configured to run on a schedule using a SQL Server Agent job to fire out periodic alerts.
If you use this method, you'll need to put a procedure into place to take into account already notified records.

This should give you a start anyway.
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