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Microsoft KB Archive/173337

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Article ID: 173337

Article Last Modified on 8/28/1999



APPLIES TO

  • Microsoft Message Queue Server 1.0



This article was previously published under Q173337

SUMMARY

Microsoft Message Queue Server (MSMQ) provides ActiveX components that can be used to create Web-based applications using server- and client-side scripting and with Java. This article describes three of them.

MORE INFORMATION

IIS/ASP Solution

You can use MSMQ ActiveX components on an Active Server Pages (ASP) script using VBScript. MSMQ does not need to be installed on the machines running the browser. This is a good solution for many types of applications. Take a look at the Internet Information Server/Active Server Pages documentation on using ActiveX objects.

Internet Explorer Client-Side Scripting

You can use MSMQ ActiveX components on any HTML page using the <OBJECT> tag in VBScript. MSMQ needs to be installed on the machines running the browser. Take a look at Internet Explorer/VBScript documentation on using ActiveX objects.

Java Applet Using MSMQ ActiveX Components

You can use MSMQ ActiveX components in any Java applet and access it using a browser. MSMQ needs to be installed on the machines running the browser. You will also need to create and sign a CAB file to properly download and run the applet and their supporting classes on the client machines. Take a look at Visual J++ documentation on using ActiveX objects.

REFERENCES

For additional information on using MSMQ with ActiveX, please see the following article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:

173340 HOWTO: Using MSMQ ActiveX Components from Java


For additional information on using MSMQ with ActiveX and ASP pages, please see the following articles in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:

173339 FAQ: How do I use MSMQ from an ASP Page?

181839 FILE: Mqasp.exe MSMQ Basic Queue Operations Using IIS/ASP


More information on MSMQ may be found at this Web address:

(c) Microsoft Corporation 1997, All Rights Reserved. Contributions by Syed Yousuf, Microsoft Corporation

Keywords: kbinfo kbfaq KB173337