[rabbitmq-discuss] how to make Wcf bind to rabbitmq exchange and queue?

Alexis Richardson alexis.richardson at gmail.com
Thu Jul 16 16:30:33 BST 2009


I really appreciate this feedback but we may require some help from
you, to achieve your expectations.

First off, please can you tell me what you think of the following:

* Jason Williams' post "Rabbits and Warrens" linked to from here:

* Any other intros that catch your eye, linked to from the above URL

* Chapters 1-5 of the dotnet user guide.  Especially chapters 2 and 3.

* The AMQP 0-9-1 spec.

Tell us if we should be holding initial users' hands more and perhaps
making it easier to read these in the *correct order*.  What is the
correct order?  We need your advice to get it right.

Second, have you been able to do what Ben suggested and load the DLL
examples into Visual Studio?

What are the specific steps needed to go from there, to the 'one stop
shop' approach that you describe?  Are they (a) more examples; (b)
better examples; (c) closer links between examples in VS and the
various documents linked to from http://www.rabbitmq.com/how.html ...
or (d) better packaging.



On Thu, Jul 16, 2009 at 4:18 PM, Patrick Kenney<pekenney at gmail.com> wrote:
> I hate to keep asking this but...
> The RabbitMQ .NET Client Library User Guide ("Examples Section") of the pdf
> is not as straight forward, simple and as easy for all of us as implied thus
> far...
> Hence the need (As far as C# based RabbitMQ discovery goes anyway) in my
> opinion for a single ready to run (download, open the visual studio solution
> and hit F5)  WinForm based Visual Studio 2005/2008 solution, that gives a
> newbie one stop shopping so to speak on how to utilize WCF and RabbitMQ,
> Exchanges, Queues and messaging, etc...
> A single WinForm in a Visual Studio 2005/2008 solution that actually does
> all the things itemized in the The RabbitMQ .NET Client Library User Guide
> ("Examples Section") of the  pdf
> There is just a lot to take in at one time with AMQP, and the differences
> between queuing with MSMQ and RabbitMQ...
> I see tremendous potential for RabbitMQ if the learning curve could be
> reduced...
> Its obviously better then MSMQ, and with no knowledge of MSMQ with
> Microsoft's and other readily available examples, one can get going with
> MSMQ much faster...
> thanks in advance

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