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Hi,

I've a question: In case of multiple consumers (identical service) are listening/receiving messages from the only one MSMQ queue, do I need to lock the queue on Receiving message? To make sure that a message was processed only once.

In the other words, is it possible if two instances of a service running on two machines, competing on the same queue, getting the same message?

Your answer is greatly appreciated.
Posted 9-Jul-15 21:29pm
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virusstorm 10-Jul-15 7:56am
   
I'm curious about what you are trying to achieve. What is the goal of having two applications read from a single queue?
masilver 19-Jul-17 9:30am
   
This is extremely useful and many (most?) messaging queues offer this. It's ideal if you want to have multiple applications processing queue items in parallel. For example, sending emails, or making a web spider, etc. If you can only have one consumer, you'll always be limited by that consumer's speed.

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