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From jonpen <jonathonpenber...@hotmail.com>
Subject Re: how to achieve OnMessage event in asp.net app to automatically fetch receives
Date Sun, 29 Sep 2013 20:12:04 GMT
I might be due to the fact the services running in IIS that a use non-http
transport protocols will need to activated "woken up" when a message arrives
for them. 

You could implement an Activator and integrated it into WAS. 

Or implement a windows service that peeks the queue and then wakes the
appropriate service in IIS by doing a HTTP request for its WSLD.

Or you could install Windows Server AppFabric and enable Autostart which
will make sure your service is always awake, although i have only used this
for WCF services but i presume it should do the same for ASP services.

I would try option three, and if that doesn't work try the secound option
and final if that doesn't work try the last option, example of how to do it
is included with the WCF-WF exacmples. Also Appfabric has some neat
features.



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