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A beginner's guide to queuing with WCF and MSMQ showing bi-directional client correspondance

, 2 Jan 2013
This is a working example of clients in queued correspondence with a service, sending messages to it, recieving unsolicited messages from it while both client and service can queue messages to the other while the other is offline.

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Ger Hayden
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Ireland Ireland
My first program was written in Basic on a Sinclair Spectrum ZX 16K in the summer of '85. Having studied Computer Systems I attempted to break into the world of C but took a wrong turn and got immersed in COBOL!
 
I looked a C again in 1994 but didnt follow up on it. In 2001 I introduced myself to Visual C++ 6.0 courtesy of Ivor Hortons book, but found the going difficult. I tipped my toe in the .NET water in '05 but the first example I tried in VC++ 2005 express didnt work and allied with the absence of MFC in the express package, I parked that up.
 
Along the way my career got shunted into software testing
 
A personal machine change force me to migrate to VS2008 in 2008. The new edition of Ivor Hortons book for VC++ in VS2008 reintroduced me to .NET and I got curious whereupon I went out and acquired Stephen Fraser's "Pro Visual C++/CLI and
the .NET 3.5 Platform". I am hooked!
 
After 20 years I think I have found my destination.

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