[rabbitmq-discuss] Python Client for RabbitMQ/AMQP?
ritchiem at apache.org
Thu Aug 23 21:44:14 BST 2007
I'd be very interested in your list of mismatches with Qpid. I know
the Qpid Java client deviates from the AMQP spec to fully be JMS
compliant but I did add a property AMQP_STRICT which should turn all
that off so you can use the JMS client that will fit on the standard
0_8 AMQP. If there is somthing I have missed then I will gladly fix
Our long over due M2 release will be available with the next week or
so. If you have been working with M1 then this is a major leap
I think it is great that our different groups can write clients and
brokers and use each others clients/test suites to validate our own
On 23/08/07, Alexis Richardson <alexis.richardson at cohesiveft.com> wrote:
> We want to fix this. Do you have any other examples of mismatch
> between OpenAMQ and RabbitMQ?
> I think we've managed to nail down the ones for Qpid -- Matthias any comments?
> On 8/23/07, Jeff Rogers <dvrsn at diphi.com> wrote:
> > Alexis Richardson wrote:
> > > BUT - modulo the spec version, any client should interoperate with any broker.
> > I'm not sure if it is the differences in spec version or just
> > incompletely or differently implemented servers but my limited
> > experience has not borne this out. I was working on a tcl client and
> > ran into a number of small but annoying differences in how rabbitmq and
> > OpenAMQ deal with things. For example, rabbitmq requires an
> > access.request call before accessing anything while openamq doesn't
> > implement access.request at all and gives you a channel error if you
> > even make the call. On the side of rabbitmq doing things wrong, the
> > authentication is completely screwy - the server response says that it
> > only supports PLAIN authentication but the server only implements AMQPLAIN.
> > Maybe this just points out a need for multiple independent clients to
> > test against; particularly in the case of the authentication rabbitmq
> > seems to be making specific allowances for qpid even tho it appears qpid
> > is not following the spec exactly.
> > -J
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