In this article we've taken a fairly detailed look at what MSMQ is, how to create, access and manipulate both public and private queues, as well as the more advanced MSMQ objects, such as MSMQQueueInfos.
In this next part of this article we're going to look at call back functions, another client/server application that uses MSMQ, how we can use XML with MSMQ, offline storage with MSMQ and XML, as well as how to interface with the outside world using MSMQ, XML, VB and Java, so keep an eye out for it... it's going to be a very informative article!
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