Message Queuing (Windows CE 5.0)
The Message Queuing (MSMQ) implementation makes it possible for applications to communicate with other applications across networks and systems that might be temporarily offline.
In This Section
- MSMQ OS Design Development
Presents information that is helpful when designing and developing a device that uses Message Queuing. This includes dependencies of Message Queuing and the modules and components that implement Message Queuing. It also includes information about Message Queuing SYSGEN variables.
- MSMQ Application Development
Explains how to write code that uses Message Queuing.
- MSMQ Registry Settings
Provides information about the configurable registry settings used by Message Queuing.
- MSMQ Security
Provides security best practice information relevant to Message Queuing.
- MSMQ Migration
Presents information that is useful if you are migrating from an OS design that includes Message Queuing and is based on a previous version of Windows CE.
- MSMQ Samples
Describes sample code that uses or relates to Message Queuing.
- MSMQ Reference
Provides reference information for the API provided by Message Queuing.
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