By Arohi Redkar, Ken Rabold, Richard Costall, Scot Boyd, Carlos Walzer
This ebook explores MSMQ that you can begin powerful, asynchronous communique among functions. MSMQ offers 3 APIs to include message queuing into assorted functions. those APIs comprise "C" from unmanaged C/C++ code; a COM part from VB or C++ code; and the System.Messaging namespace, which integrates MSMQ with controlled C# or VB .NET functions.
This is the single e-book out there to hide all 3 APIs. Plus, this publication discusses the positive aspects of MSMQ 3.0 (released with home windows Server 2003), and explains sending and receiving MSMQ messages on a PocketPC device.
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The Directory Service database does not store messages. lt stores only the information about every machine and every public queue in the Enterprise. NOTE MSMQ Servers MSMQ Server is responsible for maintaining the distributed Directory Service database. 0 and higher, MSMQ Server can only be installed on servers that belang to an Active Directory domain. MSMQ Servers can also have routing purposes. 0 Servers can belang: • Primary Enterprise Controller (PEC): The PEC is incharge of maintaining the master Directory Service database, and must be defined when an MSMQ Enterprise is created.
NET Server forest can access information about a public queue. Private queues are the only option available in an MSMQ workgroup install. Public queues cannot be created in a MSMQ workgroup installation. To send messages to private queues in a workgroup install, it is not required to query Active Directory. Private queues are designated by direct format names (covered in the next chapter). This is the reason why private queues have less overhead, are faster, and have low latency. They are ideal for offiine operations when the Directory Service is not available.
28 Introducing Message Queuing Messages Messages are stored in queues and travel through all the MSMQ Enterprise's machines. They are like envelopes containing the data sent by applications along with additional information needed by MSMQ to handle them. Messages can be created by applications or by the system: • Appllcation-generated messages: Sent by queued messaging applications to distribute the data throughout the MSMQ Enterprise. • System-generated messages: MSMQ can automatically create some messages in response to an application's requirements.