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GeneralRe: SignalR sucks Pin
Sander Rossel13-Jun-19 10:46
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Scott Serl13-Jun-19 9:56
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I'm confused...SignalR is not a message queue...it's a communication link. You would usually use SignalR in conjunction with a message queue if you needed message queuing. The client would connect with SignalR, then the SignalR thread would queue the item in the message queue system and wait for a response to send back to the client. The important distinction here is that the SignalR thread keeps a connection with the client in order to notify. It can sort of be used like a message queue, but it's main characteristic is the continued connection to the client for notification and there is no queue. There can be performance implications in that each call to SignalR can launch an action concurrently and you can overload the server, but with a message queue, you can control how many threads or processes are servicing each queue and never have more concurrent processes than that. Then you can have as many SignalR threads waiting around for results to send back to the client.
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