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MSMQ from the plumber's mate MSMQ is part of your business' IT plumbing which makes you the plumber and I'm your mate. January 2012 Entries
Starting to look out for any news on MSMQ and Windows 8
Udi Dahan briefly chats about MSMQ on his blog and provides a useful link: Microsoft has put MSMQ in the Developer Preview of Server 8 (as Brian Buvinghausen has written here). There’s good news on Brian’s blog: “Finally! Microsoft added MSMQ to Server Core in Windows Server 8” So it will be interesting to see how they got round the limitations of previous versions of Windows Server Core ......

Posted On Wednesday, January 25, 2012 7:41 PM

Example of using TransactionScopeOption.Suppress with transactional messages
John Talarico shares a few lines of code to explain how he used TransactionScopeOption.Supp... to allow transaction messages to be sent within, but independent of, an ambient transaction. Transactional logging outside of transactions I’ve constructed a central logging system for a solution that involves routing and processing messages on multiple private queues (MSMQ) using WCF. Within a contract method of a WCF service, I do some logging ......

Posted On Monday, January 23, 2012 7:29 PM

Paul King’s Blog explains “How to modify the MachineQuota for MSMQ in Domain Mode through code”
Paul King explains how to use the DirectoryEntry object to manipulate MSMQ properties. Our support website does a pretty good job for telling you how you can modify the MachineQuota setting for MSMQ. Unfortunately, if you need a way to do this programmatically and your installation happens to be in "Domain Mode", then there really isn't enough information here. Fortunately using the DirectoryEntry object makes this a pretty easy task. Short and too the point. Too many people using MSMQ approach it ......

Posted On Monday, January 16, 2012 7:49 PM

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