[rabbitmq-discuss] asynchronous fetching messages from rabbitMQ queues

pavuuu pavankumar.manikonda at schneider-electric.com
Thu Nov 10 05:08:27 GMT 2011

If there are no messages to be dequeued, the call has to get blocked till a
message arrives.

If there are messages (say only 10) in the queue the call should not get
blocked until it reaches the prefetch(say 100 messages).

Matthias Radestock-3 wrote:
> On 09/11/11 05:50, pavuuu wrote:
>> But, when I call "consumer.Queue.Dequeue()" I get only 1 message. Do I
>> have
>> to call Dequeue 100 times to fetch 100 messages?
> Yes, you do.
>> Cant I do it with one call??
> There may not be a 100 messages ready to be dequeued. In fact there may 
> be none to start with. And then some may arrive. And then some more may 
> arrive.
> Do you want an api call that waits for n messages to arrive and then 
> returns them in, say, an array?
> Matthias.
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