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I need to create a windows service ,which I have to relate with a web service ,as soon as there is a change in webservice ,My timer will start and as soon as timer will stop it will automatically send the email with details accordinlgly webservice ,but the problem is how to handle if there will be two request on same time from webservice ,in short can I create timer with multithreading.
Posted 19-Dec-12 3:28am

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Ankit Kul at 19-Dec-12 10:15am
can I pass double value as thread sleep time?
Abhishek Pant at 19-Dec-12 10:31am
Ankit Kul at 19-Dec-12 11:33am
thanks Abhishek..but I meant to enter bigger value then int range.

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