We’ve just released NServiceBus.Transport.Bridge 1.0.1. This means the NServiceBus.Transport.Bridge is no longer in preview and this is a stable and fully supported release.
If you want to move messages between transports (queuing technologies), because you use different transports or you want to migrate to another transport, the Bridge can help. Completely transparent to an endpoint, you can have any logical endpoint on any supported transport without downtime.
- #122 ReplyToAddress header check causes an unexpected exception when bridging audit and error queues
- #194 Remove shoveling subscription messages
You are affected if:
- You are bridging messages from endpoints that were not configured in the Bridge mapping and use auditing
- You are subscribing to events on a message-driven pub/sub transport that are published by a native pub/sub transport and use auditing
You should upgrade when you have trouble bridging messages or if you want to make use of the Bridge now as it is no longer in preview mode.
You can install NServiceBus.Transport.Bridge 1.0.1 from NuGet.
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