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Using the Push Notification Sample Application

Topic Last Modified: 2006-12-01

The push notification sample consists of a client Web service and an application that establishes the subscription.

The client Web service must first be published to a Microsoft Internet Information Services (IIS) virtual directory before the subscription can be established. After the client Web service is set up, the subscriber application can be run. Run the subscriber application from the command line. The subscriber application does not take any arguments. After the subscriber application runs, a subscription is setup on the Client Access Server (CAS). The CAS will then send notifications to the client Web service.

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The web.config file on the CAS will need to have a bypass list set if there is a proxy server between the client Web service and the CAS. The XPath expression to this setting in the web.config is /configuration/system.net/defaultProxy/proxy/bypasslist. An example of this setting is located in the Event Notifications topic.
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