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Girish Pal Singh
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      08-11-2003
could i use server side timers?
 
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      08-11-2003

"Girish Pal Singh" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
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> could i use server side timers?


to push pages to clients - don't think so

to perform "background" tasks - yes
see www.asp.net, community starter kit

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Kevin Spencer
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      08-11-2003
Yes. On the server side you can use any class in the CLR.

However, I don't believe your question was intended to be as broad as you
made it. What, exactly do you want to do with a timer on the server side?
Remember that an ASPX Page class exists for a very short period of time
(milliseconds for the most part) on the server.

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