[rabbitmq-discuss] Handle Stale Connections on Clients
monish.unni at gmail.com
Wed Jul 11 19:16:08 BST 2012
Jerry Kuch-2 wrote
> Hi, Monish:
> If you're using the naked Java client, you'll have to implement your own
> reconnection logic. If you're using Spring AMQP there's some helper code
> that wraps your connections with some retry logic for you.
> Best regards,
thanks much Jerry for such a prompt reply. I would love to re-use
spring-amqp and use the wrapped connection( it seems CachedConnectionFactory
+ SimpleListenerContainer ).
what i am wondering for a simple amqp client that simply wants to re-connect
when a broker shutsdown, is there any way i can re-initialize all my
reply-queues( i have uuids associated with them), channels (wrapped channel
objects associated with connections) without having to re-write the code
sorry to be presume that you would know the answer to this.....but a simple
logic/example would be great of how to go about it.
the spring-amqp project seems to be quite complicated as it seems to have
logic for transactions ( also it's not entirely clear to me if i need to
write a listener container or just register a shutdownlistener etc).
thanks and regards,
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