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a message to the user. You might want to investigate XMLHTTP as well, although I believe its support is limited.
Speaking of XMLHTTP, I have a sample included with a SIG presentation a few months back where I backported the ClientCallback feature of .NET 2.0 to 1.1. All source for the sample can be found at
http://www.bennettadelson.com/technicalresources/presentations.aspx for "ASP.NET 2.0: I want it now!"
XMLHTTP/Client Callbacks work in IE, Firefox, Opera, and Safari (the last two SHOULD work but I did not directly test them, no warranty or guarantee implied here, its only a sample). Callbacks/XMLHTTP are usually a bit cleaner than a refreshing IFRAME (for
one, no "click" sound from IE when the IFRAME refreshes here). You could write a simple polling control that implements the ICallbackEventHandler interface and polls either a singleton object in the AppDomain or a database for notification information.
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