[rabbitmq-discuss] Pushing many chunks of messages...
georgios.paraskevas at excelian.com
Fri Oct 22 14:05:37 BST 2010
I understand the asynchronous nature of AMPQ, but I was wondering that in
the case that you want to send lots of messages which have to be ordered.
Surely in that case being able to send lots of messages at one go would
provide an advantage... Of course if my logic is flawed I do apologise :)
David Wragg-4 wrote:
> Hi Georgios,
> gparaskevas80 <georgios.paraskevas at excelian.com> writes:
>> Does anyone knows if it is possible to send to the RabbitMQ server
>> of messages at one go instead one after the other?
> The publish operation in AMQP is asynchronous - after publishing a
> message, a client does not have to wait to hear back from the server
> before publishing more mesages. So there would be no efficiency
> advantage in a batch publish operation.
> David Wragg
> Staff Engineer, RabbitMQ
> SpringSource, a division of VMware
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