videlalvaro at gmail.com
Mon Jun 3 11:47:27 BST 2013
The exchange "lives" inside the server.
A binding is a new entry in RabbitMQ's internal database, and yes, whenever
a message arrives, the exchange will consult that database to find the list
of queues that matches the routing rules imposed by the exchange type.
On Mon, Jun 3, 2013 at 12:12 PM, Tamir Agamy <tamiragamy at gmail.com> wrote:
> I am new to RabbitMQ and have a few questions about the subscribing
> I have followed the tutorials and I'm having trouble understanding a few
> 1. Where does the subscribing process begins, where does it end?
> 2. When binding a queue, what really happens? is the binding information
> being forward via the
> server to the exchange, where it is entered to a binding list? or is
> the information saved at the
> server and the exchange has to inquire the server whenever it gets a
> message from the producer?
> I would love some information on this manners.
> With regards,
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