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Opening Queue Examples

The following examples show how to open a public or private destination queue. These examples could be used by a sending application to open a queue with send access, or they could be used by a receiving application to open the queue with peek or receive access. For examples on opening multiple destination queues using distribution lists, multicast addresses, or multiple-element format names, see Sending Messages to Multiple Destination Examples.

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Opening a destination queue using a public or private format name

C/C++ Code Example: Opening a Queue

C++ COM Code Example: Opening a Queue

Visual Basic Code Example: Opening a Queue

VBScript Code Example: Opening a Queue

More Examples

Additional examples are shown below. These are more specific examples that may be needed in special circumstances.

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Opening a queue journal to read messages

Visual Basic Code Example: Reading Messages in a Queue Journal

Opening a computer journal to read messages

Visual Basic Code Example: Reading Messages in the Computer Journal

Opening the messages nontransactional dead-letter queue to read

C/C++ Code Example: Reading Messages in the Dead-Letter Queue

Visual Basic Code Example: Reading Messages in the Dead-Letter Queue

Opening the transactional dead-letter queue to read messages

C/C++ Code Example: Reading Messages in the Transactional Dead-Letter Queue

Visual Basic Code Example: Reading Messages in the Transactional Dead-Letter Queue

Opening a queue when only the queue's identifier (GUID) is known

C/C++ Code Example: Opening a Queue Using a Queue Identifier

Opening a private queue when only the computer GUID and queue number are known

C/C++ Code Example: Opening a Private Queue Using a Computer Identifier and Queue Number

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