How to configure NServiceBus to distribute data to all instances of a given endpoint.
Azure Storage Queues vulnerability.
MSMQ permissions vulnerability.
NServiceBus SQL Server Transport injection vulnerability.
Supported transaction modes and their consistency guarantees.
The main transport type differences explained.
Batching with Azure Service Bus and how it works.
Extending message lock for long-running operations.
Migrating a system using the Azure Service Bus transport from the endpoint-oriented topology to the forwarding topology.
Configuring Azure Service Bus transport to support different partitioning strategies and destination namespaces.
Configuring Azure Service Bus transport to support namespace hierarchies.
Configuration mapping between publisher names and event types for the endpoint-oriented topology.
Describes the relationship between the NServiceBus retry behavior and the Azure Service Bus native retry behavior.
Configuring Azure Service Bus transport to use a custom token provider for authentication.
Tips on how to get the best performance from the Azure Storage Queues transport.
MSMQ is the primary durable communications technology for Microsoft but does not dynamically detect network interfaces.
Detailed connection string information for MSMQ.
Controlling MSMQ Dead Letter Queue behavior.
Explains the mechanics of MSMQ transport, its configuration options, and other configuration settings that were coupled to this transport.
Resolutions for common problems with the MSMQ transport.
How to remove the Microsoft Messaging Queue (MSMQ) service.
An overview of the RabbitMQ transport.
How SQL Server transport addresses are translated to queue names.
The design and implementation details of SQL Server Transport.
ServiceControl and SQL Server transport multi-instance mode configuration guidance.
The design and implementation details of SQL Server transport transaction support.