Can MSMQ/T send messages to public queues?

Well, one more non-architectural thing, but people are asking… The short answer is, YES. And here is the detailed answer from Iuliu Rus, the member of the product team and our expert in MSMQ/T: Public queue is a queue that can be programmatically discovered from Active Directory. Private queue is not in the directory, you…

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MSMQ and MSMQT side by side on the same machine

It’s not architectural, but so many people ask, that I decided to have a log entry on the subject. That’s easy: 1.      Add two static IP addresses to your machine. E.g. 100.100.100.5 for MSMQ and 100.100.100.7 for MSMQT. Static is important because Windows will reregister dynamic addresses at each reboot and screw up step 2…

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Is BizTalk really always stateless?

Really stateless? Not exactly. The server architecture is stateless, however BizTalk has add-ons like custom adapters that may compromise stateless status or require additional configuration work to keep it. Here is an example. Configure a receive location with a file adapter. Now, sender puts a lot of files into the receive folder, and BizTalk is…

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“Stateless” server – the concept (complexity 2 of 5)

This is mostly an introductory piece to the next post. It covers the concept of the stateless server, which BizTalk (its processing part) is.   BizTalk is built to be a symbiosis of two servers: processing server (send/receive, processing, applications – that’s the one you install from the BizTalk CD) and persistence server (persistence, routing…

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One more blog on BizTalk

Ok, so here is one more blog on BizTalk. Is there anything different about it? I hope to make it so. Let see, what we have now from the people from Microsoft. First, we have an excellent weblog from Scott Woodgate. That’s a blog #1 for everybody interested in BizTalk covering news, hints, little insider…

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