What tool to use for Real Time Event Monitoring Apps?

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  1. Basically we have a system in place that moves files around and reads them in
    and so forth. I want to build a web app that will have the ability to track
    every business events real time as they are occurring in the system. All I
    can think to use is a java applet that will communicate with backend systems
    and in near real time kind of display to the user what is going on in the
    system. I guess I think of like a stock ticker which monitors the prices and
    constanly displays the changs to the user. My questions is besides building
    a java applet, what other technologies can I use to update my app with real
    time event information without the refreshing and flashing of submitting
    forms and such. What is the best way to do it? I have investigated XML Http
    but it seems to be based off user responses mostly... Anyone know of some
    decent sample apps that use .net controls to constantly refresh data in a web
    app?

    Thanks,
    Dave
     
    =?Utf-8?B?RGF2ZSBEZXNzZXg=?=, May 9, 2005
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    "=?Utf-8?B?RGF2ZSBEZXNzZXg=?=" <Dave >
    wrote in news::

    > My questions is besides building
    > a java applet, what other technologies can I use to update my app with
    > real time event information without the refreshing and flashing of
    > submitting forms and such.


    You can use Client Side Postbacks (ASP.NET 2.0) or Javascript Remoting or
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