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Mongol Herdsman wrote:
> The idea is to consider a cheap
> PIC based device as a client in ASP.NET/SQL app with asynchronous
> communication between a client and a server.

Huh?  So the PIC is going to be a client, but I guess you mean it will be
talking to a remote server that is serving SQL and somehow has something to
do with ASP?  All that is layered on TCP, which PICs can do.  So get a big
18F and start writing the code, although it's not at all clear exactly what
this PIC is supposed to accomplish once it talks to this remote server.

What exactly is your question?

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