(Read-only, introduced in MSMQ 2.0.) The PROPID_M_LAST_IN_XACT property indicates whether the message was the last message sent in a transaction.
One of the following:
The message was the last message sent in the transaction.
The message was not the last message sent in the transaction.
This property is available for MSMQ 2.0 and later. It is used by receiving applications to verify that a message was the last message sent from a single transaction to a single queue.
You can use PROPID_M_LAST_IN_XACT along with two other properties to verify transaction boundaries. The PROPID_M_FIRST_IN_XACT property is used for identifying the first message in a transaction, and the PROPID_M_XACTID property is used for retrieving the identifier of the transaction.
If only one message is sent in a transaction, both PROPID_M_FIRST_IN_XACT and PROPID_M_LAST_IN_XACT are set.
To retrieve this property, include PROPID_M_LAST_IN_XACT in the MQMSGPROPS structure. Then call MQReceiveMessagee or MQReceiveMessageByLookupId and test the returned value. When retrieving this property, the type indicator can be set to VT_UI1 or VT_NULL. If you set the type indicator to VT_NULL, Message Queuing automatically changes the type indicator to VT_UI1 during the function call.
Equivalent COM Property
With COM components, the equivalent property for ascertaining whether a message is the last message in a transaction is MSMQMessage.IsLastInTransaction.
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How transaction boundaries can be used
Identifying the first message in the transaction
Retrieving the identifier of the transaction
The following code fragment shows how PROPID_M_LAST_IN_XACT is specified in arrays that can be used to initialize an MQMSGPROPS structure.
aMsgPropId[i] = PROPID_M_LAST_IN_XACT; // Property ID aMsgPropVar[i].vt = VT_NULL; // Type indicator i++;
The following example is included in Using Message Queuing.
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Identifying the first and last messages in a transaction