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I have been trying to work out how to configure MSMQ for high availaibility.


I think that I need to use Zones, & Deployment Groups to configure the server deployment.  But I am unsure how  I would go about this and what the perfromance impacts are.


So let me give you the scenario that I am looking at and you can then point me in teh direction of resources that I need to be able to resolve it.


I have 3 High throughput topics that need reliable messaging






Each of these topics then has 4 PartyId's for sending and receiving on. 


So my thining goes as followis


Service1. I turn on MSMQ in Networking and  leave everything as standard so far,


I then go to the Deployment Menu and Create a New Zone Called Service1_Zone


I then Go to the deployment groups

In the General Tab I create a New Deployment Group Service1DepGrp

In the Machines Tab I add the machines that I have installed MSMQ onto [MSMQ01 & MSMQ02] and  untick the ESB Server tick box for both of them.

In the Address Tab  ? I have no idea what should be in here as the Service Name in My Config Drop Down doesn't show anything.

In the Queues Tab I assign the Service One Topic, the PartyId, The Machine I want it running on, and in the queue text box I again have no idea.

I then go back to the Messaging area and for Service1 topic I assign it to the Service1_Zone.



Can you confirm that this is the correct understanding, and what else I need to configured to distribute the messageing load over differnt MSMQ boxes.


Any help would be very much appreciated


Kind Regards












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