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Can´t use MQCreateQueue... what should I import?

Posted on 2004-10-09
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Hi there!

I´m trying to use MQCreateQueue amongst other MSMQ API-calls in my application but the compiler doens´t seems to understand me...what library must I import in order to use this API?

Using VC7, Windows XP....
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Are you linking with Mqrt.lib ?
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That made it..... tnx for your help. I now it would be simple....
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Glad to help :)
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