[rabbitmq-discuss] is "mult" a special queue name?
lgreg.meredith at gmail.com
Tue Apr 19 20:02:23 BST 2011
Thanks for your response! i found the issue. i had a hardcoded dependency on
the name squirreled away in a code i forgot to check. i plan to upgrade to
the latest java client after passing some conformance tests.
On Mon, Apr 18, 2011 at 3:46 AM, Rob Harrop <rob at rabbitmq.com> wrote:
> There is no special handling for queue names as you mention.
> Can you try the latest version of the Java Client from your Scala app? It's
> also worth trying your simple example with a little raw Java program to see
> if there are any quirks when calling from Scala.
> On 17/04/11 06:27, Meredith Gregory wrote:
>> Dear Rabbiters,
>> When i use "mult" as the value for exQNameRoot in the following (scala
>> calls to the) Java 1.3 rabbitmq client
>> val qname = (exQNameRoot + "_queue")
>> channel.exchangeDeclare( ticket, exQNameRoot, "direct" )
>> channel.queueDeclare( ticket, qname )
>> channel.queueBind( ticket, qname, exQNameRoot, "routeroute" )
>> my sender and receiver talk to each other as expected. However, when i
>> use other queuenames, like "q1", they don't. Is there something special
>> about mult? Reading the javadoc (for version 1.4) i don't get a clue.
>> Best wishes,
>> L.G. Meredith
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