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Old 07-29-2009, 07:49 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi ,

I want to send the messages from my BlackBerry application to a MSMQ server,so that i can queue the incoming message using MSMQ server .I have a windows 2003 server which is having MSMQ(Microsoft message queuing )server installed ,how could I do it?

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You'll need to write some server-side middleware that accepts the Blackberry data and places it on the queue.

For example, you accept an HTTP POST that contains the message payload, extract this payload, and place it on the queue (probably with some3 data that identifies the Blackberry client).
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You'll need to write some server-side middleware that accepts the Blackberry data and places it on the queue.

For example, you accept an HTTP POST that contains the message payload, extract this payload, and place it on the queue (probably with some3 data that identifies the Blackberry client).
means from Blackberry application I have to send normal Http post requset only with my data(or i have to send email),and in server side automatically it get queued if middle ware is there?
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You could probably do this with sockets also.

On the server side, a server socket accepts a conneciton from the BB device, accepts the message data, then places the message in the queue.

Depends on what you have for server-side infrastructure.
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