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Giving a Queue a Unique Id and Name

Posted on 2006-06-12
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I am looking to give my Queues a unique Name (a String) and unique ID (an int or other number).. Is this possible as I would really like to track/manage my queues.
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by:2266180
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you have a variaty of possibilities. for example, just incrementing a number will give a unique number and the limit is pretty high (for an long it 2^64-1)
for a name, you can also use the ID and maybe something like "Queue" + ID;
or if you want something unique accross machines, you can use GUID's
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by:directxBOB
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ok but if I have

Queue myQueue = new Queue();

how do I give it a unique ID?

for example if I am passing in a string for a hashtable ID how do I tack that string on so it becomes the unique ID for the
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by:directxBOB
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you have at least 2 options, but none of it is ... perfect.
1) extend the Queue class and add the necessary fields.
2) use a hashtable or something like that in which you add either the ID or an object with the necessary fields

examples:
1)
class MyQueue : Queue{
  public int ID;
}
MyQueue q = new MyQueue();
q.ID = ID;
2) HashTable t;
t.Add(myQueue,ID);
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