Please form a queue, for poison.

In the previous post about using MSMQ to facilitate One-Way-Calls I covered some of the basics of setting up a MSMQ binding. In that scenario if a consumer of that end point sent a malformed message or the message became corrupted in transmission, the service would either discard it and there would be no feedbackContinue reading “Please form a queue, for poison.”

One Way Street

One-Way-Calls in WCF are an effective way to perform an action that you don’t care when (or even if) it completes. If you do care about tracking success or logging failure I’ll have a follow up post to cover that. The simplest example is something along the lines of a non-critical system status update; achievedContinue reading “One Way Street”