In this part of my sharing we will take a tour of the robust and user-friendly Message Queue (MSMQ) explorer provided by Microsoft out-of-box to manage all basic task related to message queue. To open MSMQ explorer navigate to Control Panel > Administrative Tools > Computer Management > Services and Applications (Left pane) > Message Queuing or you can open the same by Windows + R and type compmgmt.msc. Tadaaaam. First look to MSMQ you will see following structure: Outgoing Queues Public Queues Private Queues System Queues Triggers Public and Private queues are the two types of queues you can create in MSMQ. By right-click on public queues or private queues folder item you can create a new queue. If you have installed MSMQ in workgroup mode, the public queue will be crossed out (striked out) as shown in above screenshot. On trying to open this item an error is prompted: Not all public » Read more

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Microsoft Message Queue is message based protocol technology that provides a way to communicate asynchronously in a distributed environment. Microsoft Message Queue is also known as MSMQ for short, code name “Falcon”. MSMQ is one of the best proven ways to engineer for developing distributed enterprise business solutions. It provides asynchronous and disconnected pattern of communication between different components of an enterprise application. Different application can work in isolation and can communicate or pass information to other application using this message protocol. MSMQ is service which manages queues. These queue stores message used for communication or to pass information. MSMQ is part of Microsoft OS from time of Windows NT 4 and Windows 95. It was introduced in late 1997 and become a part of Microsoft Embedded platforms from 1999. MSMQ is also called Message – Oriented Middleware (MOM). MSMQ Versions First Version 1.0 of MSMQ was released in May » Read more

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