Message Queuing Structures
Message Queuing uses structures for message, queue, queue manager, and personal computer properties. Message Queuing also uses structures for data used to locate queues and for sequence information about messages in message streams.
Message Queuing structures include the following.
Specifies the identifiers of the corresponding queue, message, computer, or queue manager properties.
Specifies the values of the corresponding queue, message, computer, or queue manager properties
Optional. Specifies the status of the corresponding queue, message, and machine properties. It contains errors returned by Message Queuing.
Specifies the number of queue properties to be retrieved from each queue and their property identifiers.
Specifies a set of queue and computer management properties.
Specifies a set of message properties.
Specifies a set of local computer properties.
Defines a property restriction for a query.
Specifies a set of Queue Manager properties.
Specifies a set of queue properties.
Indicates the properties used to locate queues in a query.
Specifies individual sort keys for a locate queue query.
Specifies the sort keys for a locate queue query.
Stores property value settings.
(Introduced in MSMQ 3.0.) Stores the sequence information about the applicable message in a message stream sent from a given computer to a given destination queue.