Using Message Queuing
This section provides example code for performing some of the basic Message Queuing tasks.
For an example of
Basics for writing C/C++, C++ COM, and Visual Basic® applications
Locating public queues registered in the directory service
Opening queues for sending and receiving messages
Sending messages to a single destination queue
Sending messages using distribution lists, multicast addresses, and multiple-element format names
Reading messages in a destination queue
Navigating queues, acknowledging messages, using authentication and encryption, implementing target and source journaling, responding to messages, tracing messages, filtering messages, checking transaction boundaries, changing queue behavior, retrieving and setting queue security information, working in workgroup mode, using queue aliases, and error reporting
The Microsoft® Platform SDK also includes the complete source code for several Message Queuing sample applications. For information about these sample applications, see Message Queuing Sample Applications.