Microsoft KB Archive/173339
Article ID: 173339
Article Last Modified on 4/28/2005
- Microsoft Message Queue Server 1.0
This article was previously published under Q173339
This article describes how to create an Microsoft Message Queue Server (MSMQ) 1.0 queue and send a test message to the queue using an Active Server Pages (ASP) script that uses VBScript.
Create the following file and save it as a text file with an .asp extension, (for example mq.asp), in your InetPub\Scripts folder, and then open your Web browser and point to the following:
<HTML> <BODY> Create an MSMQ queue and send a test message <% set iq = Server.CreateObject ("MSMQ.MSMQQueueInfo") iq.PathName = ".\ASPQueue" iq.Create set myq = iq.Open ( 2, 0 ) If myq.IsOpen Then Set msgOut = Server.CreateObject("MSMQ.MSMQMessage") msgOut.Priority = 4 msgOut.Body = "This is a test message" msgOut.Label = "Test Message" msgOut.Send myq End If myq.Close %> </BODY> </HTML>
For additional information review the Tutorial in the ASPSamp folder that is installed by IIS/ASP setup. The tutorial contains documentation on how to use ActiveX objects from ASP.
MSMQ SDK Help; search on MSMQ ActiveX components.
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