[rabbitmq-discuss] rabbitmq - implement a proxy with RPC

Emile Joubert emile at rabbitmq.com
Wed Mar 23 10:34:45 GMT 2011


If JSonRpcClient meets your needs then that is great news. Make sure 
that the JSON serialisation works for all parameters and return values 
you may wish to use. The JSON implementation is less general than other 
Java remoting alternatives, but in keeping with AMQP it does have the 
advantage of being platform-neutral.



On 23/03/11 10:00, mysurf mail wrote:
> Do you have a solution that lets me use an interface in the client?
> I think I found the JSonRpcClient to be the closest
> On Wed, Mar 23, 2011 at 11:37 AM, Emile Joubert <emile at rabbitmq.com
> <mailto:emile at rabbitmq.com>> wrote:
>     Hi,
>     On 23/03/11 08:48, mysurf mail wrote:
>         Hi,
>         I would like to implement an rpc with rabbitmq.
>         As with other rpc frameworks I would like to use an interface
>         (skeleton)
>         in the client and an interface with implementor on the server .
>         Then I would be able to call the remote methods like they were in my
>         local client.
>         so far I see RpcClient.stringCall which I will need to parse the
>         string
>         request myself.
>         Is there any implementation as i described ?
>     I assume you want a Java solution - RpcClient and RpcServer comes
>     closest to what you need. It should be possible to extend those to
>     work as you describe though.
>     The .net client comes with a WCF two-way implementation that defines
>     interfaces for messages in the way you describe. See the TwoWayTest
>     calculator example.

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