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MS Message Queue - obtaining body data

Posted on 2011-10-18
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Last Modified: 2013-11-15

I'm trying to read data from a queue that is being populated by a third party. I currently dont have any of the object types that are being used to create the data.

Is there a way of getting the data from the messages that are on the queue without deserialising to a particular type?

Thanks in advance
Question by:basil365

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solved - i just cast it to a string and i can get the body content

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