[rabbitmq-discuss] python stomp examples

Michael Arnoldus chime at mu.dk
Mon Sep 8 14:26:53 BST 2008


I still have my first Python AMQP example program around using the  
QPID AMQP client and not stomp. Let me know if that's of any  
intererest to you.

Michael Arnoldus

On Sep 8, 2008, at 15:09 , Novak Joe wrote:

> Hi,
>  I've just installed rabbitmq on debian etch.  I found it very simple
> to get the package installed, and set the server running, however I'd
> now like to put together a simple python-based test client, and use it
> to test basic communication with the rabbitmq server, over the stomp
> protocol.  I initially tried using the stompy module,
> http://www.briggs.net.nz/log/projects/stomppy/
> $ python stomp.py localhost 61613
> subscribe /queue/test
> send /queue/test hello world
>  albeit without making any changes to the default setup of the
> rabbitmq server, but had very mixed results.
>  In particular, the first time I tried the example given on the page
> above, the server returned a message regarding some gnu project, but
> subsequent attempts to send messages did not return any results.
>  Are there any lowbrow, python examples of how to actually use the
> server to send and receive messages?  I was unable to find any on the
> main website but I suspect I must have missed something obvious.  For
> example, do I need to install the rabbitmq-stomp gateway, in addition
> to the rabbitmq-server, before I can hope to accomplish anything?
> Maybe it will suffice for me to first read all of the various blog
> entries recommended for the stomp gateway.
>  Cheers
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