Mark Ihimoyan's WebLog

.NET Compact Framework

June, 2004

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    System.Messaging (MSMQ) in CF 2.0 - Part IV

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    Exactly what can be sent in a message? Literally anything …Well not exactly anything but any object can be sent as the body of a message. This is made possible by a mechanism known as Serialization. Serialization is the process of taking objects...
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    System.Messaging (MSMQ) in CF 2.0 - Part III

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    Well I think it’s time to get our hands dirty with some code. In this simple application, I intend to demonstrate how to get MSMQ up and running on the device and send our first “Hello World” message to a local queue on the device. We’ll...
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    System.Messaging (MSMQ) in CF 2.0 - Part II

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    I will commence this sequence of posts on MSMQ support on CF version 2.0 by giving some pointers on how to get the Microsoft Message Queuing service up and running on your device. The reason for this is quite obvious, if the Queuing service is not up...
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    System.Messaging (MSMQ) in CF 2.0

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    So one of the new features that’s going to be introduced in V2.0 of the .NET Compact Framework (NETCF) is support for Message Queuing. I feel it is a much anticipated feature and there is quite some excitement about this feature in the developer...
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