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Surviving poison messages in MSMQ

, 29 Jun 2005
What are poison messages, why they are dangerous for MSMQ applications and what to do about it.

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Dejan Grujic
Web Developer
Yugoslavia Yugoslavia
Developing software since 1985. Hobby turned into profession even before graduating on Computer Science. Main interest was Internet development in Java, but since 2002. focus shifted toward .Net. With experience as lead developer on several larger applications for financial industry, Dejan is currently mostly dealing with agile development of distributed applications. He is also developing tools for MSMQ community.

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