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Old 03-21-2012, 06:42 AM   #1
yashdesai7
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I am using IPC message queue for communication.
Iat receiving end I have 3 msgrcv function following is a structure at receiving end.

while(1)
{
if(msgrcv(for type 1))
{}
else if(msgrcv(for type 2))
{}
else if(msgrcv(for type 3))
{}
}

Messages are received for type 1 and 3 .. but when I send request for type 2 an Identifier removed error occurred and further I am unable to process.
my msgId is reset to zero whenever I request for type 2 .
pls help
 
  


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