Figure 10-4 Message queuing on the server side in VS .NET

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Figure 10-4 Message queuing on the server side
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In the described scenario, message queuing not only helps to flatten the load on the database server, but it also helps to give faster responses to the client Message queuing also proves useful in such a scenario when the database server is not fully loaded, because the client will have a faster response when the order is written just to the message queue, instead of being written to the database
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Message queuing is part of the operating system; however, it is not installed by default during Windows setup You must explicitly select Message Queuing in the Windows Component list of Add Remove Programs in the Control Panel With the message queuing products, you must differentiate between a client and a server product, as discussed next You must also consider the message queuing versions that existed before Windows XP and Windows Server 2003, as follows: Message Queuing 10 (or MSMQ) is part of the Windows NT 40 option pack This version requires SQL Server, where the names of the queues are stored Message Queuing 20 is part of Windows 2000 Instead of using SQL Server for the queue names, the queue names are now stored in Active Directory Without Active Directory, it is only possible to operate message queuing in workgroup mode Message Queuing 30 is the version that is delivered with Windows Server 2003 and Windows XP This version is used in this chapter
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The message queuing server is part of the Windows Server 2003 software distribution Before installing a message queuing client, you must install a server To install the server, select Add or Remove Programs, and click Add/Remove Windows Components When installing the server, you can choose from the options shown in Figure 10-5
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Figure 10-5 Message queuing options
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Your message queuing options include Active Directory Integration, Downlevel Client Support, MSMQ HTTP Support, Routing Support, and Triggers, as follows:
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Active Directory Integration The Active Directory Integration is an optional component As discussed earlier, without Active Directory, message queuing can only operate in workgroup mode Downlevel Client Support If you have older clients than Windows XP that need to access the message queuing server, you can choose the Downlevel Client Support option MSMQ HTTP Support Message queues not only communicate by using the DCOM protocol; they can also communicate via HTTP Routing Support If the message queuing server should act as an intermediate router that forwards messages from one queue to another, you can choose the Routing Support option Triggers With a trigger, you can configure an application or serviced component that should be invoked when a new message arrives
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Message Queuing 10 requires SQL Server to store the queue names With Message Queuing 20, SQL Server is no
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longer required; instead, queue names are stored in Active Directory If you do not have Active Directory available, you can operate the message queues in a workgroup mode With a workgroup mode, you cannot use public names to access the queues, and it is not possible to configure security to allow only specific users to read or write messages
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After installing a message queuing server, you can install the client The message queuing client is not only available with Windows XP, but also with operating systems such as Windows 98 and Windows CE With the client, you must differentiate between two different product installations: the independent and the dependent client You can select one of the two options during installation of the client:
Independent client An independent client has its own message store to keep the messages on the local disk before they can be transmitted to the target queue With a laptop scenario as discussed earlier, you must use an independent client The messages are stored locally on the disk, and if the network is available again, the messages can be transferred to the server Because the messages are stored on the disk, messages are not lost if the machine is shut down Dependent client A dependent client always needs a message queuing server to connect to, because a dependent client does not have its own message store You cannot use a dependent client in a disconnected environment
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