Users internal Message Queuing certificate does not existThe following code is

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thrown.User's internal Message Queuing certificate does not exist.The following code is used to send the message. (Line numbers are included for reference only.) 01 MessageQueue^ mq = gcnew MessageQueue(".\\SecureQueue"); 02 Message^ m = gcnew Message("Test Message"); 03 m->UseAuthentication = true;04 mq->Send(m); You need to ensure that a message can be sent to SecureQueue without the exception being thrown. What should you do? 127
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A. Insert the following line of code between lines 03 and 04.m->AuthenticationProviderType = CryptographicProviderType::RsqSig; B. Insert the following line of code between lines 03 and 04.m->AuthenticationProviderName = "RsqSig"; C. Replace line 03 with the following line of code.m->AttachSenderId = true; D. Replace line 03 with the following line of code.m->EncryptionAlgoritm = EncryptionAlgorithm::Rc4; Answer: C QUESTION: 233 You are writing an application that reads messages from a message queue. The name of the message queue is stored in a member variable named queueName. When a message is read, the application processes the message. The code for the application is as follows: public ref class MyApp { MessageQueue^ queue; public: MyApp() { queue = gcnew MessageQueue(queueName, QueueAccessMode::Receive); queue->ReceiveCompleted += gcnew ReceiveCompletedEventHandler(this, &MyApp::ReceivedMessage); queue->BeginReceive(); } private: bool KeepListening() { ... } private: void ProcessMessage(Message^ m) { ... }}; You need to ensure that the application continues to read messages when the KeepListening method returns True, and stops when the KeepListening method returns False. What should you do? A. Use the following implementation of the ReceivedMessage method.private: void ReceivedMessage(Object^ sender, ReceiveCompletedEventArgs^ e) { ProcessMessage(queue- >EndReceive(e->AsyncResult)); if (KeepListening() == true) { queue->BeginReceive(); }} B. Use the following implementation of the ReceivedMessage method.private: void ReceivedMessage(Object^ sender, ReceiveCompletedEventArgs^ e) { queue = gcnew MessageQueue(queueName, QueueAccessMode::Receive); ProcessMessage(queue- >EndReceive(e->AsyncResult)); if (KeepListening() == true) { queue->BeginReceive(); }} C. Use the following implementation of the ReceivedMessage method.private: void ReceivedMessage(Object^ sender, ReceiveCompletedEventArgs^ e) { queue = gcnew MessageQueue(queueName, QueueAccessMode::Receive); ProcessMessage(queue::EndReceive(e->AsyncResult)); if (KeepListening() == false) { queue- >ReceiveCompleted -= gcnew ReceiveCompletedEventHandle(this, 128
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&MyApp::ReceivedMessage); }} D. Use the following implementation of the ReceivedMessage method.private: void ReceivedMessage(Object^ sender, ReceiveCompletedEventArgs^ e) { ProcessMessage(queue- >EndReceive(e->AsyncResult)); if (KeepListening() == false) { queue.ReceiveCompleted -= new ReceiveCompletedEventHandler(this, &MyApp::ReceivedMessage); }} Answer: A QUESTION: 234 Users report that a Windows-based application does not run properly. When users attempt to complete a particular action, the following error message text appears.Unable to find assembly 'myservices, Version=1.0.0.0,Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=29b5ad26c9de9b95'.You
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