[rabbitmq-discuss] JMS rabbitmq spring implementation

Matt Darling mdarling at veodia.com
Tue Sep 16 18:53:30 BST 2008

I¹m aware attempts have been made to create a proper Spring mapping
implementation for RabbitMQ ­ excellent start there Joern.  In a previous
gig, I ended up hacking together a wrapper that was based on some simple
passed in properties at runtime to the rabbitmq java client and even thought
it works well, I really never liked it.  Current gig is using ActiveMQ and
I¹d like to see if a better implementation can be had using rabbitmq.

Looking back at the archives, there have been numerous proposals but it
doesn¹t appear that anything has stuck.  That said, I¹m going to attempt to
implement the AMQPTemplate approach that Alexis suggested and build that
around the JmsTemplate in Spring.  My thought is that once we have a basic
template working, it shouldn¹t be much more difficult to extend it and add
new features.  At the same time it¹ll still provide the jms interface for
those who are comfortable with it.  My hope is that building out AMQP
connectivity in Spring will be much easier and provide a decent stepping
stone for newcomers.

I¹m certainly not making any promises here, but I¹ll give it a go and see
what happens.  Ideally, I¹ll take the existing rabbitmq java client and
attempt to wrap it in Spring through the JMS interfaces.

This has probably been mentioned/noted prior, but I¹ll be referencing some
information located in the following links to make my life easier.


I don¹t know the full extent of what has been implemented across the board
here, but any insight, info, code, etc would be beneficial.


Matt Darling
Systems Architect, Business Services
1825 S. Grant, #500
San Mateo, CA  94402
(w) 650.349.2100 x3119
(m) 415.505.4623

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