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I am trying to use SqlCacheDependency in my web site.

I got in touch with my hosting compnay and they said that they support cache but they set the trust level to medium and what I try to do needs full trust level whihch they cannot provide for me.

can someone show me a way or a code samples that use SqlCacheDependency with medium level trust?

the broker is enabled in the hosting sql server 

this code raise the error that the hosting providers said that they cannot support in medium level:


I have the tables needed in my developer SQL server , but I don't know how or if I can set it in the hosting SQL server db

and this is my code to get the data from cache or from DB that works on my developer station:

If Cache("allitems") Is Nothing Then
      Using dcdc As New DataClassesDataContext()

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