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PRPC Support for MSMQ Connectivity

Does PRPC (v 5.3 or above) provide support for connectivity to MSMQ? If so is there any documentation available for it, as all documentation currently supplied under the PDN appears to be specific to IBM's Websphere MQ.

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June 10, 2010 - 11:13pm

We are using PRPC 5.4 SP2. But I am not seeing this connect rule (Rule-Connect-MSMQ). Any idea how we can get this rule?

June 10, 2010 - 11:47pm

You may have to raise an SR

Pega
June 11, 2010 - 2:56pm

Correction: My error. Support for Rule-Connect-MSMQ was withdrawn. The Help system is incorrect.

June 11, 2010 - 4:01pm

Microsoft Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) provides web services for queuing as well as WCF-MSMQ integration. Provided that you are able to use Microsoft WCF and can generate a WSDL for your WCF queue service; integration of WCF with PRPC SOAP and/or HTTP web services and connectors is an approach to consider. Given Microsoft's direction of wrapping underlying protocols (e.g. MSMQ) with WCF web and REST services one would do well to avoid directly integrating with MSMQ.

http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/netframework/aa663324.aspx

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Originally posted by GUNASEKT

Does PRPC (v 5.3 or above) provide support for connectivity to MSMQ? If so is there any documentation available for it, as all documentation currently supplied under the PDN appears to be specific to IBM's Websphere MQ.

March 9, 2009 - 7:42am

Hi ,

I dont think we dont have direct support for MSMQ . But Dot Net can connect for MSMQ . So Use Dot Net to connect and use dot net as client for ruler.

Pega
March 9, 2009 - 9:21am

Microsoft MSMQ support was introduced with V5.4SP2:

http://pdn.pega.com/DevNet/Announcements/PRPC_V54SP2_WhatsNew.asp

CORRECTION -- support was discontinued. See below.