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Marc Mueller works full-time as a senior consultant for marchFIRST in Charlotte, NC. Marc holds an MCSD, MCSE and is working towards his MCDBA. Reach Marc at marc.mueller@marchfirst.com.
For VB-2-the-Max | November 18, 2000
By taking advantage of the functionality of two Microsoft Message Queuing libraries, you can minimize the time it takes to create MSMQ objects during testing or deployment of your messaging application. This article shows how to automatically create MSMQ objects using the Microsoft Message Queue 1.0 Object and the MSMQTriggerObjects 1.0 Type libraries. It starts by giving a brief overview of MSMQ objects and how they are traditionally created, then discusses a technique to automatically create these objects using the two Microsoft libraries.
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