[rabbitmq-discuss] rabbitmq-jsonrpc "shortcut" HTTP calls?

Tony Garnock-Jones tonyg at lshift.net
Thu Mar 25 21:47:52 GMT 2010

Hi Ivan,

I like the idea. I like it not only for HTTP but also for AMQP's native
wire protocol. I don't have time to work on it at the moment, but
perhaps we can discuss it here: do you have any concrete suggestions for
what it might look like? Maybe start with the HTTP setting and we can
generalise to the AMQP wire protocol later. And of course if you had a
prototype/proof-of-concept implementation, that'd be very welcome in
terms of getting the ball rolling :-)


Ivan Delchev wrote:
> Hi guys,
> I have a question about RabbitMQ and more specifically
> rabbitmq-jsonrpc. I know that this is an experimental download and is
> basically translation of AMQP to HTTP, but is there a way to optimize
> a typical process of e.g. authenticating yourself, declaring an
> exchange and declaring a queue? Currently this takes 7-8 requests in a
> row, which puts unnecessary load on the server. Does anyone know about
> "shortcut" HTTP requests that bundle multiple AMQP calls in one
> request in order to minimize overhead?
> @RabbitGuys Do you have any plans to implement and support such features?
> Thanks a lot,
> Ivan
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