[rabbitmq-discuss] Where too now?
tperrett at googlemail.com
Wed May 13 12:39:05 BST 2009
Im using a scala abstraction that's part of the lift framework project
(which im a committer on). We have dispatcher and sender
implementations I do belive... right now im just trying to bridge the
knowledge gap and figure out what does what. The code is here:
The chap who wrote our implementation (Steve J @ twitter) is not
really active in the team anymore so im just trying to work through
what he's made and fill my knowledge gaps about rabbit mq as I go
Based on my vauge understand right now, the senders shove messages
into the ques and the dispatchers serve messages up to lisening
clients - applications in this case. Does that sound about right?
On Wed, May 13, 2009 at 2:33 AM, Colin Z <theczintheroc2007 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Depends on what languages you will use to interface with the Rabbit
> I found the C# client library very easy to use. The Erlang client library
> was a little bit tricker and I ran into some error-handling issues but I
> think these were fixed in more recent versions, I haven't checked.
> IMHO, the team has done an excellent job of making Rabbit as "fire and
> forget" as an Erlang app can be.
> On Tue, May 12, 2009 at 7:39 PM, Tim Perrett <tperrett at googlemail.com>
>> Thanks Michael, thats good to hear.
>> Any advice on the implementation? what to do and what to avoid?
>> Cheers, Tim
>> On Tue, May 12, 2009 at 7:50 PM, Michael Arnoldus <chime at mu.dk> wrote:
>> > Hi Tim,
>> > Sounds like a good plan. We're using AMQP for exactly the same purpose
>> > in
>> > the same way.
>> > Regards,
>> > Michael Arnoldus
>> > On May 12, 2009, at 19:10 , Tim Perrett wrote:
>> >> Hey guys,
>> >> This is my first post to this list - im afraid im a bit of a rabbitmq
>> >> n00bie! I've got everything setup and working and now looking to do
>> >> something good with it to understand how it all works for my use case.
>> >> Essentially I have some backend tools that expose services with SOAP -
>> >> for which my app will repeatedly get data from - probably every 10
>> >> seconds, maybe less i've not decided yet. Anyway... said app gets said
>> >> data from those services. What I would then like it to do is notify
>> >> any other consumers (which will be other applications) that have opted
>> >> to subscribe to information / updates about that job via AMQP.
>> >> Consumers will also be able to hand messages to the central service
>> >> and effectively say "deal with this job and notify me about any
>> >> changes".
>> >> Now then, excuse my complete ignorance, but its possible to build such
>> >> a workflow, right? Any pro's / con's in doing this? What would be the
>> >> optimal way to build such a system from a RabbitMQ POV?
>> >> Just looking for a bit of a sounding board right now so any
>> >> information / feedback would be greatly appreciated.
>> >> Cheers, Tim
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