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Doevent functionality in SQL Server 2005 with example
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giri_engg2001 (9/25/2008)
Doevent functionality in SQL Server 2005 with example


Under what circumstance would you ever need that? It would help to have an actual business example to understand why you'd want that.

In general - if you're trying to create an async processing model in SQL Server, you'd want to look at Service Broker. Within a single process, you usually don't want to be monkeying with threading (since SQL Server handles that for you)


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