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From Jim Gomes <>
Subject Re: NMS : Access MSMQ queues by format name instead of path name?
Date Wed, 06 Feb 2013 19:16:28 GMT
Hi andredtrsa,

The MSMQ provider hasn't been updated in a while, and may be missing some
features.  However, what you are looking to do should be possible.  The
structure of NMS is set up to pass through destination names to the
provider so they can handle them correctly.  It's possible that the MSMQ
implementation doesn't support using format names currently, but it could
be enhanced to do so.  Some examples and test cases would be helpful. Also,
any code patch submissions are always welcome.


On Mon, Feb 4, 2013 at 4:53 AM, andredtrsa <>wrote:

> Hi
> I am using NMS (latest source from Subversion) to provide me with a single
> API for delivering messages to JMS  and MSMQ queues.
> The MSMQ queues are all accessed through Active Directory Server using
> public format names ("PUBLIC=someGuid" and no host to connect to).  Due to
> constraints outside of my control, I am not allowed to use path names (host
> + queue name) to access the MSMQ queues.
> Judging from the JMS-centric interface of NMS (as expected) and looking at
> Apache.NMS.MSMQ specifically, it would appear to be impossible to access
> MSMQ queues from NMS using format names instead of path names.  Using the
> basic NMS example test to connect to MSMQ confirms this.
> Am I missing something obvious here (NMS.MSMQ docs are non-existent) or
> should I rather stick with standard .NET APIs for accessing MSMQ queues by
> format name?
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