Monday, May 27, 2013

Restful WCF services and queuing (MSMQ) in WCF

To demonstrate all these features we will create a sub-system that is usually part of large scale applications. This sub-system has 4 basic components. The first one will simulate an application that when a specific event happens, triggers a call to a WCF Restful service, passing some values through the query string. The second component will be the WCF Restful service, catching the information passed to it's OperationContract through the query string. The same component will write some data based on the retrieved value in a MSMQ. The third component will be another console application which will use multi-threading to read and retrieve specific messages from the previous written queue. The same component will write some data in another queue. The last component will be another WCF service, which is going to use the MsmqIntegrationBinding binding to automatically read second's queue records. I know there are a lot to be seen and create here, but I can assure you it's going to be really interesting. The system we are going to create is illustrated in the following picture.

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