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Detect deletion of a messagequeue?

Posted on 2004-08-31
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Hi everyone!

I have a problem...how can I detect a deleted queue? I tried using the
IMSMQQueueInfo::Refresh() just before sending a message to an queue. If you
do the refresh before sending you´ll get a MQ_ERROR_QUEUE_NOT_FOUND and
you´ll understand that the queue is deleted...the only problem with that is
that the Refresh decreases performance, a lot!

How can I detect a deleted queue, any ideas anyone?


This is my code ( ignore the neverending loop if the queue isn´t found, the
sample is just done to show my thinking ) :

CMessageQueue::PostMessage(IMSMQQueue3Ptr q, CMessage MsgToSend)
{
    // Here I don´t know if the q is deleted or not so I try sending a
message to it
    // and if I get a MQ_ERROR_QUEUE_NOT_FOUND I try to locate it and
    // then try resending the message
    try
    {
         IMSMQQueueInfo3Ptr qi = q->GetQueueInfo();
         // Try to refresh the queueinfo
         qi->Refresh();
         q->Send(MsgToSend);
    }
    catch( _com_error comerr )
    {
        HRESULT hr = comerr.Error();
        if( hr = MQ_ERROR_QUEUE_NOT_FOUND )
        {
            // Try locate the queue and then try this postmessage-function
again
        }
    }
}
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Actually

         IMSMQQueueInfo3Ptr qi = q->GetQueueInfo();

         if ( !qi) {

             // no IMSMQQueueInfo3Ptr means that queue does not exist
         }

IMHO should do it, no need to refresh...
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by:TYB
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Tnx for your answer jkr...it helped me out..
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