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Microsoft Windows Communication Foundation 4.0 Cookbook for Developing SOA Applications by Steven Cheng

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Consuming a WCF service with a raw MSMQ program

WCF provides built-in NetMsmqBinding for developing services over the MSMQ transport layer. However, the NetMsmqBinding totally encapsulates the underlying details of the MSMQ programming layer so that a developer only needs to focus on the WCF service programming model and object model. This is good for pure WCF applications; however, for some scenarios where the client side is a legacy MSMQ program, the NetMsmqBinding will not work and we will need a means to make the WCF service interoperable with the raw MSMQ API-based client.

In this recipe, we will demonstrate how to use the WCF MsmqIntegrationBinding to make a WCF service work correctly with a raw MSMQ (System.Messaging)-based client application. ...

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