Solutions for MSMQ, Azure Service Bus, and ActiveMQ problems

QueueExplorer is indispensable tool when something goes wrong with your messaging system, or you just try to figure out what is going on.

See what happens in your queues. Edit and fix problematic messages. Extract business data from your messages or use one of XML, JSON, WCF views. Send thousands of messages for stress tests.

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QueueMonitor keeps constant watch on your MSMQ and its queues, and send you alerts or performs automatic fixes whenever something is wrong.

Some of these problems can stop processing of messages in your application, or even cause loss of important data!

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Introduction to MSMQ

New to MSMQ? Help distributed applications survive crashes and outages with MSMQ - one typical MSMQ scenario described.

Surviving poison messages in MSMQ

What happens when message in MSMQ can not be processed? If it fails repeatedly following messages will never be processed - queue will be blocked with so-called poison message. How to fight this situation?

Introduction to Azure Service Bus for MSMQ users

A short 5 part Introduction. Since it was written for people who already have some MSMQ experience, it's a distilled way to get you started.

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