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 Author  Thread: MSMQ Trigger - Windows 7
Veronka Capone
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MSMQ Trigger - Windows 7Your last visit to this thread was on 1/1/1970 12:00:00 AM
Posted: 15 Apr 10 9:54 AM

I implemented an application (VS 2008) on Windows XP which is using MSMQTriggers (references MSMQTriggerObjects), wich used to be on c:\Windows\System32 directory. Everything fine.
I moved to Windows 7 and that MSMQTriggerObjects.dll is missing from my machine, so I can not reference it on my app. MSMS Trigger service is running.

Do I need to use a different approach on Win7? or I need to download something else on my machine?

I googled it but no luck so far...

Any ideas ?? I am stuck!

John Breakwell
Posts: 1
Re: MSMQ Trigger - Windows 7Your last visit to this thread was on 1/1/1970 12:00:00 AM
Posted: 15 Apr 10 5:13 PM
Hi Veronka,

There has never been a supported way to call the Triggers API.
The COM classes aren’t documented because they’re supposed to be internal.
I can only assume there has been some reorganisation of the Triggers API.
Unfortunately the only alternative would be to call trigadm.exe with appropriately-crafted arguments.

John Breakwell (ex MSFT)
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