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Interview Q & A >> WCF >> When is the MsmqIntegrationBinding or the NetMsmqBinding used?

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When is the MsmqIntegrationBinding or the NetMsmqBinding used? (Views: 3126)


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. NetMsmqBinding : used for communication between two WCF applications.

2. MsmqIntegrationBinding : used for communication between a WCF app and a native MSMQ app (i.e which uses the MSMQ C/COM or System.Messaging APIs).


Submitted By: Anonymous | Created On: 9/14/2009 12:40:35 PM

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. NetMsmqBinding : used for communication between two WCF applications.

2. MsmqIntegrationBinding : used for communication between a WCF app and a native MSMQ app (i.e which uses the MSMQ C/COM or System.Messaging APIs).


Submitted By: Anonymous | Created On: 9/14/2009 12:40:35 PM

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The MsmqIntegrationBinding is intended for use with existing, already-written native MSMQ applications. The NetMsmqBinding is a lot better to use but only works if you have WCF on both ends of the queue. Therefore, one of these is always the clear choice for your queuing scenario depending on what's on the other side. There's nothing stopping you from hosting separate endpoints for each of these bindings at the same time if you need communication with both native and WCF clients. However, the two endpoints need to be kept with separate queues because the messages are not compatible.

Submitted By: Boss | Created On: 4/7/2010 11:23:16 PM


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