.NET cache doesn't support this by default. However, your trigger could write the contents of the database (desired portion of course) to an XML file. Your cache could recognize the change in the XML file and load it up.
aye thats a possibility.<BR>My thought was a simple file for each table and when an insert / update / delete command happens that chunk of code also sticks the current dateTime into the file for that table. then make these dateTime files the the dependencies. Seems the simplest, or would you disagree?<BR><BR>thanks
coming from a php / mysql background!! some of this is a bit new, including triggers. <BR>Just discovered what they are. They look quite handy for this scenario. I guess both your suggestion and mine would use these little critters. <BR><BR>thanks for your assistance