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MSMQ in VC++

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Can anyone provide good examples of MSMQ usage with comments in VC++? Primarily putting a message onto a queue.

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Zhenya
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Check http://support.microsoft.com/support/kb/articles/Q199/1/65.ASP - that one deals with arrays, but it should give a certain insight. There are more specific samples available at MSDN, but all I get right now is HTTP 500 ...
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