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How to cache local dataset and auto update if sql Table changes

Hi

I have a console app which processes upto 100 message queue items (xml) every second
Each item needs to do at least 1 sql statement lookup

this will obviously hit the DB quite hard, so I was wondering if its possible to store the SQL Server table in memory (its a relatively small number of rows (500-1000)

However, if someone adds something to this lookup table, I need the console app to get the latest version of it to stop it being out of sync

Performance is my number 1 objective, each row needs to be processed separately, checked against the lookup table and then i can do what i need with it (insert records)

My question is
1. Is it possible to cache a dataset locally which updates automatically when the table is edited?
2. Can you help with code samples to get me going
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websss
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PortletPaulfreelancerCommented:
What edition/version of SQL Server?
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websssAuthor Commented:
2014 enterprise
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Éric MoreauSenior .Net ConsultantCommented:
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