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This article contains an example that shows how to send and consume messages from a Message queue with the Queue API, using an Azure Storage Queue.


The code consists of the following:

1. Connect to the Azure Storage Queue using the AzureQueue.MessageQueueProvider external object.
2. It returns a MessageQueue EO which should be used to send the message to the Queue.
3. The result is returned in a variable of MessageResult SDT type.

Next, create a GeneXus object and define the following:

////////Connect to Azure Storage Queue //////

&queueURL = !"DefaultEndpointsProtocol=https;AccountName=azapiqueuetest;AccountKey=xxxxxxxxxxx;" //storage Account Connection String
&queueName = !"gxqueue"

&MessageQueue = AzureQueue.MessageQueueProvider.Connect(&queueName,&queueURL,&errorMessages,&isOK) //&MessageQueue is MessageQueue external object

//////Send a message ///////

&Message = new()  //Message SDT, GeneXusMessagingQueue.SimpleQueue
&Message.MessageId = !"1"   //Id of the message to send
&Message.MessageBody = !"test1 send one message" //Message to be sent

//Message metadata
&MessageProperty = new() //MessageProperty SDT, GeneXusMessagingQueue.SimpleQueue
&MessageProperty.PropertyKey = !"key1"  
&MessageProperty.PropertyValue = !"Value1"
&Message.MessageAttributes.Add(&MessageProperty) //Add the metadata to the message you want to send

&MessageProperty = new()
&MessageProperty.PropertyKey = !"key2"
&MessageProperty.PropertyValue = !"Value2"

&MessageResult = &MessageQueue.SendMessage(&Message,&errorMessages,&success) //Sends the message and captures whether it was sent successfully or error obtained. 

//Here process the &errorMessages

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