Reading a Windows Azure Service Bus queue from .NET


marcusclasson

This is the second part in a multi part blog post where the previous part is here:

  1. Part 1

We have  a couple of message in the queue. Let’s pull them out. This is the design of these objects we did in the previous post:

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This is simulating a mobile application that can place orders of some kind.

To easily deserialize these into POCOs we create the container classes like this:

Using the same names and structure as the JSON-objects will make the transition very easy for the built-in Javascript deserializer we are going to use.
So, first of all go to the Azure portal and get the connection string to the queue. Click on the link at the bottom saying connection information.
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In the following popup you click the “copy to clipboard“-icon to the right of the “ACS Connection string” box. There, now you have the connection…

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