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Block for notification or timeout. Returns event name or null.
Visual Basic Public Function GetNotification( _ ByVal queueName As String, _ ByVal wait_ms As Integer _ ) As String
C# public string GetNotification( string queueName, int wait_ms );
queueName The name of the queue which will be waited upon.
wait_ms The time to wait, in milliseconds. Use System.Threading.Timeout.Infinite (-1) for an indefinite wait.
Read an event notification. This call blocks until a notification is received or until the given wait period expires. To wait indefinitely, pass System.Threading.Timeout.Infinite for \p wait_ms. To cancel a wait, send another notification to the given queue or use CancelGetNotification(). After reading a notification, use ReadNotificationParameter() to retrieve additional parameters.
Return null if wait period expired or was canceled; otherwise, returns the event name.
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