[rabbitmq-discuss] Many clients using .NET API
sam.owen at gazprom-mt.com
Wed Jun 24 09:51:04 BST 2009
I've just started to look at RabbitMQ. I'm wondering whether the
following would be an idiomatic use of RabbitMQ from the .NET API:
Routing.Listen("queue1", "#", new ConsoleAlert());
Routing.Listen("queue1", "news.#", new EmailAlert());
Routing.Listen("queue2", "email.#", new ConsoleAlert());
Each call to Listen sets up a thread where the connection and channel
public static void Listen(string queue, string routing, IRabbitListener
ThreadPool.QueueUserWorkItem(RunThis, new AlertState(queue, routing,
private static void RunThis(object state)
var alertState = state as AlertState;
using (IConnection conn = new
using (IModel channel = conn.CreateModel())
var sub = new Subscription(channel, alertState.Queue,
foreach (BasicDeliverEventArgs e in sub)
Given that .NET processes are more heavy weight than erlang's is this
the preferred way to set up many clients?
Have I missed something in the .NET API for handling this type of case?
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