Skip to content

HTTPS clone URL

Subversion checkout URL

You can clone with HTTPS or Subversion.

Download ZIP
NQueueStuffer is a Windows Forms tool for generating and stuffing NServicebus messages on a queue. It lets the user choose an assembly and a messagetype that implements NServicebus.IMessage and generates a template message based on the messagetype. The user can then edit and stuff this message directly to a MSMQ queue.
branch: master

This branch is 5 commits behind janovesk:master

Fetching latest commit…

Cannot retrieve the latest commit at this time

Failed to load latest commit information.
NQueueStuffer.Core
NQueueStuffer.Setup
NQueueStuffer.UI
lib
.gitignore
LICENSE
NQueueStuffer.sln
README

README

What is this?

NQueueStuffer is a Windows Forms tool for generating and stuffing NServicebus 
messages on a queue. It lets the user choose an assembly and a messagetype that 
implements NServicebus.IMessage and generates a template message based on the 
messagetype. The user can then edit and stuff this message directly to a 
MSMQ queue. 

The use case for it is the times when you just need to quickly insert a known 
message into a queue and don't want the hassle of having to making a specific 
application or unit test to make it happen.  

NQueueStuffer was started by Jan Ove Skogheim Olsen. 
Feel free to drop me a message(bugs, requests etc) at janovesk(a)pvv.org or twitter: janovesk

Contributors:
- janovesk with basic first version
- netspark with several bug fixes, interface cleanup, save/load of configurations and cool new MDI interface!

Installation instructions
1. Get source: git clone git://github.com/janovesk/NQueueStuffer.git
2. Compile NQueueStuffer.sln, either msbuild or Visual Studio 2010.

Usage instructions
1. Run NQueueStuffer\NQueueStuffer.UI\bin\Debug\NQueueStuffer.UI.exe
2. Open an assembly with types implementing NServiceBus.IMessage 
	by clicking new toolbar button.
	(both interface and concrete types are supported) by either
	 - Pressing the "Load assembly with messagetypes" button
	 - Drag an assembly onto the application from Windows Explorer
3. Choose a messagetype from the populated list.
4. Edit the generated message template how you wish.
5. Press "Stuff message in queue" to stuff message into a queue.
You can repeat steps 2-5 any number of time, each time having new MDI child window opened.
6. After editing all needed templates you can save them. All Message templates and queue 
names will be saved into xml file along with assemblies. You will be able to load saved 
configuration anytime.
7. You can also run batch execution of all opened windows by clicking "play" button on toolbox. 
In popup opened you can set delay between messages in seconds.

PS: You can change the default queue name by setting the defaultQueueName appsetting

Something went wrong with that request. Please try again.