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Hi.

I use MSMQ on Widows NT 4.0 with MS Visual C++ 6.0. I have COM object which is event handler (implements IDispEventImpl<0, CM3Server, &DIID__DMSMQEventEvents, &LIBID_MSMQ, 1, 0>) and at the same time serves as a connection point container (implements IConnectionPointContainerImpl<CM3Server>).

This COM object uses MSMQQueue COM objects, collects messages from some small number of queues (only one now), and dispatches all those messages to other COM objects which can handle them (this will be always one COM object at a time).

My problem is trivial: I send some text messages to the queue (checked, message is delivered to the queue and contains the right text) and when I read those messages asynchronously, message body is empty!!! Right type (VT_BSTR), but zero length...

Do you know the answer? .... I have headache when meditating about this - but the worst thing is that it sometimes works! When I "shootdown" server without destroying the queue and run it again, it works as it should always. When I create the queue in the same session, it still receives empty messages.

Please help, I am very unhappy about this!
Martin
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Question by:Martin Bodlák
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Are you using Receive or Peek?  Show the code that is returning the empty BSTR.

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by:Martin Bodlák
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Here id the code I use to receive messages...

/////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
// CM3Server Sink Interface Methods

STDMETHODIMP CM3Server::Arrived(IDispatch* pIQueue, long lCursor)
{
     IMSMQMessagePtr     pMessage;
     _variant_t          vtBody;
     _bstr_t               wsTemp;

     m_nHResult = S_OK;
     try
     {
          IMSMQQueuePtr pQueue(pIQueue);

          try
          {
               wsTemp = pQueue->QueueInfo->GetServiceTypeGuid();
               if (M3_GUID_QFAKE == wsTemp) Redirector(pQueue, lCursor);

               if (pQueue->QueueInfo->IsTransactional == TRUE)
               {
                    IMSMQCoordinatedTransactionDispenserPtr
                         pXActDispenser(L"MSMQ.MSMQCoordinatedTransactionDispenser");
                    IMSMQTransactionPtr pXAct = pXActDispenser->BeginTransaction();

                    VARIANT vXAct;
                    vXAct.vt = VT_UNKNOWN;
                    vXAct.punkVal = static_cast<IUnknown*>(pXAct);

                    pMessage = pQueue->ReceiveCurrent(&vXAct);
               }
               else
                    pMessage = pQueue->ReceiveCurrent();

               if (pMessage)
               {
                    vtBody = pMessage->GetBody();
                    if (pMessage->BodyLength == 0)
                    {
                         wsTemp = GetErrorCust(L"???", ERR_EMPTYMESSAGE, STR_DM3ITS, STR_EMPTYMESSAGE);
                         ProcessErr(wsTemp, M3_ERR_QNOTMESSAGE);
                    }
                    else
                         ProcessMsg(vtBody.bstrVal, pQueue->QueueInfo->PathName);
               }
               else
               {
                    wsTemp = GetErrorCust(L"???", ERR_RECEIVEFAIL, STR_DM3ITS, STR_RECEIVEFAIL);
                    ProcessErr(wsTemp, M3_ERR_QNOTMESSAGE);
               }
          }
          catch (_com_error &err)
          {
               ProcessErr(GetErrorText(err, STR_DM3ITS), err.Error());
          }
          // _variant_t varCursor(static_cast<long>(MQMSG_NEXT));
          pQueue->EnableNotification(m_pEvent); // , &varCursor);
     }
     catch (_com_error &err)
     {
          ProcessErr(GetErrorText(err, STR_DM3ITS), err.Error());
     }
     return m_nHResult;
}

STDMETHODIMP CM3Server::ArrivedError(IDispatch* pIQueue, long lErrorCode, long lCursor)
{
     HMODULE     hMQUtil = GetModuleHandle(_T("MQUTIL.DLL"));
     TCHAR     pMsg[999];
     int          nChars = 0, nSize = sizeof(pMsg) / sizeof(TCHAR);
     _bstr_t bsMsg;

     m_nHResult = S_OK;
     if (lErrorCode != MQ_ERROR_IO_TIMEOUT)
     {
          if (hMQUtil != NULL)
          {
               nChars = FormatMessage(FORMAT_MESSAGE_FROM_HMODULE, hMQUtil, lErrorCode, 0, reinterpret_cast<LPTSTR>(&pMsg), nSize, NULL);
               if (nChars == 0)
               {
                    nChars = FormatMessage(FORMAT_MESSAGE_FROM_SYSTEM, NULL, lErrorCode, 0, reinterpret_cast<LPTSTR>(&pMsg), nSize, NULL);
                    if (nChars == 0)
                         _sntprintf(pMsg, nSize, _T("Unidentified error 0x%8Xd encountered"), lErrorCode);
               }
               bsMsg = pMsg;
          }
          ProcessErr(GetErrorCust(L"???", ERR_OTHER, STR_DM3ITS, bsMsg), lErrorCode);
     }
     else
     {
          try
          {
               IMSMQQueuePtr     pQueue(pIQueue);
               // _variant_t          vtCursor(lCursor);
               pQueue->EnableNotification(m_pEvent); //, &vtCursor);
          }
          catch (_com_error &err)
          {
               ProcessErr(GetErrorText(err, STR_DM3ITS), err.Error());
          }
     }
     M3RETURN(IID_IM3Server);
}
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