[rabbitmq-discuss] WCF and queue creation
Jonathan.Graham at uk.mizuho-sc.com
Thu Jun 10 13:11:48 BST 2010
I've just started trying to use RabbitMQ with WCF. What I'd like to be able
to do is send one way messages to a WCF service and have RabbitMQ provide a
durable queue for messages sent to the WCF service. I have been able to set
up a one way messaging example with relative ease, but the problem I've
encountered is that the queue is always generated on the fly by the RabbitMQ
WCF client and is automatically deleted when the consumer disconnects from
I used the .NET client to declare a durable queue and bound it using the
same key as was being used in the WCF configuration. Unfortunately, the
RabbitMQ WCF client still creates a non-durable queue with a random name
(e.g. "amq.gen-qJXrh8ZClEjNDG8PsCe4hA==") and uses that rather than the
queue I had declared earlier.
Is there a way to get the RabbitMQ WCF client to use a pre-existing queue?
My WCF configuration is as follows:
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8" ?>
RabbitMQ.ServiceModel, Version=22.214.171.124, Culture=neutral,
<add baseAddress="soap.amqp://amq.direct/" />
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