[rabbitmq-discuss] Scalable multithreaded consumer
feeder.of.the.bears at gmail.com
Thu Jan 31 15:59:44 GMT 2008
And FWIW, you might want to look at Scala. You can use the Java RabbitMQ
libraries, but Scala has Actors that can handle the actual POP stuff... it's
kinda the best of both worlds.
On 1/31/08, Tony Garnock-Jones <tonyg at lshift.net> wrote:
> Hi Karel,
> Karel Alfonso wrote:
> > In my solution each message means "poll the pop3 account of user XYZ for
> > mails", that's right. So this is a solution where I need thousands of
> > clients/consumers to poll a POP3 account for a specific user.
> RabbitMQ's Java library and Erlang broker should have no trouble with
> that kind of solution - unless there was some showstopper you've found
> that I haven't thought of?
> Can you tell us more about the surrounding environment - for instance,
> is Spring an important part of your total application?
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