I have a transactional-replication running in my database, and I need to execute a service on my website that refreshes the cache every time the database changes.
So i guess i have two options to make it work.
- Execute job when transactions occur
- Execute a job on every database change
But i have no idea how to do either of those. Is it even possible? I have been looking around and it seems that the "on-transaction" event, is not really possible because the replication agent is not starting and stopping, it's just running the whole time.
And executing a job on every database change should be possible, but again, never tried it before, but i really would bet money on it being possible.
Anyone know how this can be done? Thanks in advance :)
I have two sets of servers, two webservers and two database servers. The db-server has transactional replication to the other db.
Each webserver has it's own website running with some pretty deep caching. I need to trigger a cacherefresh webservice on the webserver so that the replicated changes will be visible to users.
Yesterday after writing this question, i set up a scheduled job to refresh the cache, and if this works wothout any hicks, i would rather keep that solution going, but if not i will need to trigger the refresh some other way.
Thank you :)