[Mono-list] System.Messaging assembly ?

Antonello Provenzano antonello at deveel.com
Wed Dec 13 11:00:09 EST 2006


> Are you sure that most applications don't need System.Messaging ?

We use it for queuing messaging about train delays for an application
distributed all around Italy in hundreds of clients (about 10 clients
in the average for each italian railway station).
As you can imagine, Message Queuing is important to be used in such
these kind of contexts: I don't see how an application running on a
single machine could make a use of such that architecture.

Anyway, remember System.Messaging implements just Message Queuing
system: this doesn't mean it includes net protocols for messaging
(like SMTP, POP3, XMMP or other protocols).


On 12/13/06, laas <laas.mono at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 12/13/06, Miguel de Icaza <miguel at ximian.com> wrote:
> >     So you were thinking of "Instant Messaging" and not messaging along
> > the lines of COM+.   You could have saved yourself a lot of time had you
> > googled what you were looking for.
> >
> >     Most applications out there do not need System.Messaging, you just
> > got the terms confused.
> >
> >
> >
> Are you sure that most applications don't need System.Messaging ?
> however, thanks for your answer !
> Regards,
> --
> [LAAS]
> aka Salvatore
> WebSite: http://laas.altervista.org
> YTSite: http://laas.altervista.org/youtranslate/ytindex.php
> _______________________________________________
> Mono-list maillist  -  Mono-list at lists.ximian.com
> http://lists.ximian.com/mailman/listinfo/mono-list

More information about the Mono-list mailing list