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Deadlettering in Azure AppFabric Service Bus Brokered Messaging
The following article will be included in the next release of “The Developer’s Guide to AppFabric”, a free e-book on Azure AppFabric development. The latest edition of the e-book is available for download here. In a messaging system deadlettering is an action that is taken on messages, typically when they cannot be processed by a messaging system or by a receiving application. The Enterprise Integration Patterns book describes two patterns that can be used for scenarios where messages cannot be processed. ......

Posted On Friday, October 21, 2011 11:22 AM | Comments (0) |

AppFabric Walkthrough: Introducing Topics and Subscriptions

The following walkthrough will show how topics and subscriptions can be used to implement a simple publish-subscribe messaging channel. The next walkthrough will build on this sample and explore the use of filters on subscriptions.

Posted On Wednesday, September 21, 2011 11:57 PM | Comments (0) |

AppFabric Walkthrough: Creating a Simple Queue Management Tool
When creating applications that use AppFabric messaging it makes sense to have a separate application or console to manage the messaging artifacts rather than creating them in the applications that send and receive messages. At the time of writing there is no such functionality in the AppFabric management portal so it is helpful to have this functionality in an on-premise application. This section will take a walk through the creation of a simple console application to manage queues in an AppFabric ......

Posted On Monday, September 19, 2011 9:44 AM | Comments (0) |

AppFabric Walkthrough: Simple Brokered Messaging

This walkthrough will use a basic example to show how to create a queue, send a message, and receive a message from an AppFabric service bus queue using the direct programming model. You can either read through to get an idea of the concepts, or implement the solution using Azure AppFabric and Visual Studio. Note that this code is based on the September 2011 release of AppFabric service bus and will not work on the May or June CTP releases due to changes in the service bus API.

Posted On Friday, September 16, 2011 11:26 PM | Comments (2) |

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