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Building Pub-sub applications using MSMQ
MSMQ version 3.0 supports multicasting through the PGM (Pragmatic Multicasting) protocol in WinXP and W2K3. You can build simple publisher-subscriber applications using this feature. Queues can be associated with a Multicast IPAddress. Subscriber applications can listen on these queues for new topics...
19 Sep 2005
Microsoft Message Queue - An Introduction
In this series I would like to introduce you to MSMQ history, key concepts, dwell into painpoints, suggest workarounds, and give an insigth into to future. What is MSMQ? MSMQ enables Asychronous communicaiton between two different applications. Application A(Sender) sends a message to a queue hosted...
6 Aug 2005
Integrating Indigo with COM applications
In this blog I want to give you some insight into how Indigo is integrated with COM/COM+ applications. COM/COM+ has been at the heart of Microsoft's application server strategy for quite a while.VB COM applications have been one of the most famous breed of applications in any Microsoft shop before the...
24 Jul 2005
All things queued - Integrating Indigo queued applications with Microsoft Message Queue
In my last post I delved in depth about how Indigo Integrates with all other existing distributed stacks and how it enables interop with systems from other vendors. I will now start a series of posts starting with this digging deeper into each of those integration and interop points. In this post...
8 Jul 2005
Indigo and Integrating
Mey has made a great statement about why Integration should not be an after thought, I am pretty sure you are convinced by now it is not. Now let’s try to understand how Indigo the next generation distributed programming model from Microsoft enables integration between different systems. The following...
1 Jul 2005
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