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WCF ObjectDataSource with automatic updates

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I want to make an application with one server and multiple clients. The server will server will serve the clients with collections (BindingList<T>?). When client adds or remove an item to the list or changes an item the server should automaticly update all the clients. How is this done with WCF?

I know that I need some communication both ways (duplexfactory?) and use some events like INotifyProprtyChanged.

Please include a link to a fully working example or include a short example here.

Thanks in advance


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