You can integrate existing Message Queuing (MSMQ) applications with Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) applications by using the MSMQ integration binding to convert MSMQ messages to and from WCF messages. This allows you to call into MSMQ receiver applications from WCF clients as well as call into WCF services from MSMQ sender applications.
Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) is a secure, reliable, and scalable messaging platform for the .NET Framework 3.0. With WCF, SOAP messages can be transmitted over a variety of supported protocols including IPC (named pipes), TCP, HTTP and MSMQ. Like any distributed messaging platform, you must establish security policies for protecting messages and for authenticating and authorizing calls. This article will discuss how WCF accomplishes this.
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