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Can I get an alert box on my local computer when someone access my web page?


i have created a web application in c# and ASP.NET1.1 that is having a
button on click of which
spawns a web page which is hosted on my localhost!
i have given the URL to my friend.Now he/she access it .
I want a alert box or some notification on my local computer that the
webpage from my localhost
is being accessed.
Is it possible with .NET 1.1 ?
If yes, how?
Thanks in advance

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salon
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i'd write a windows service that added itself to the system tray and
exposed a remoting call. then the web service coudl notify it on request
start.

-- bruce (sqlwork.com)

Get the page to send you an email.

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Dave Colliver.
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salon wrote:
> i have created a web application in c# and ASP.NET1.1 that is having a
> button on click of which
> spawns a web page which is hosted on my localhost!
> i have given the URL to my friend.Now he/she access it .
> I want a alert box or some notification on my local computer that the
> webpage from my localhost
> is being accessed.
> Is it possible with .NET 1.1 ?
> If yes, how?
> Thanks in advance

The web server on your computer can not display anything in the user
interface on your computer, so you need a process running in the user
interface, and a way for the web server to send a signal to it.

This can be done in many different ways. A windows service and remoting,
as bruce suggested, is one of them. A simple text file and a program
that looks for changes in it could be another.

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Gran Andersson
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http://www.guffa.com

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When the web site is accessed it could write some kind of a record to a
local file or database.
Then a local (separate) application could check this periodically and notify
you when something of interest has changed.

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I hope this helps,
Steve C. Orr,
MCSD, MVP, CSM, ASPInsider
http://SteveOrr.net

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