[rabbitmq-discuss] Need help with Rabbit STOMP client

Pete Kay petedao at gmail.com
Mon Aug 25 11:27:53 BST 2008

Hi Ben,

Thanks alot for your suggestion.  I think writing a AMQP client would be
kind of a fun thing to do.  I am going to spend some times learning more
about the AMQP model.   Is it based on socket as well?

I also found those links from Google but I am not able to access those sites
from the country where I am at.  It is blocked for some reaons.  Would you
mind to send me the source and blog in email ( petedao at gmail.com )?

Thanks a million for all your help.

Best Regards,

The alternative to this would be to write a AMQP client in C :-) Once
> you have understood the AMQP model, this is not a hard thing to do,
> and we have a guide about how to develop AMQP clients for the language
> of your choice. So if you're keen, you will learn a lot about the AMQP
> in general, which will be very valueable for any message based
> application development. Just a thought.
> > For the Flex side, I guess I have to use STOMP, but for the publishing
> side,
> > I am thinking to use AMQP as there seems to be more examples available
> for
> > reference.  Will that work?
> Have you looked at the AS3 client for AMQP as opposed to STOMP?
> http://github.com/0x6e6562/as3-amqp/tree/master
> Here is one example usage:
> http://hopper.squarespace.com/blog/2008/7/4/server-side-as3.html
> If you look in the AS3 category on that blog, you will see more examples.
> >
> > What I still don't understand is how the routingkey, ticket, and exchange
> > concepts map to the destination in STOMP.
> If you don't really need to use STOMP, you can use plain jane AMQP
> with the AS3 library I mentioned above, so the semantics are identical
> to those of the Java AMQP client.
> HTH,
> Ben
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