[rabbitmq-discuss] Admin client java

Vlad Alexandru Ionescu vlad at rabbitmq.com
Wed Sep 15 13:28:21 BST 2010

Hi Isaias,

AFAIK, there is no way to list the queues declared on the broker 
directly from Java.

But there is a way of getting the number of messages in a given queue 
(provided that you know its name). Redeclare the Queue, setting only its 
name and passive=true, and then inspect the DeclareOk.getMessageCount() 
to get the number of messages.


On 09/15/2010 01:19 PM, Isaías Espejo Badia wrote:
> Hello,
> I am using the java client to rabbitmq and the queues work very well
> I have three queues.
> I know that I can see this with the command "rabbitmqctl  list_queues" 
> in the server but I need create a proccess in java that check how many 
> elements there are in each queue.
> I am searching in the java client and I don´t have found any way to do 
> this
> Does it exist any client java to use administration command?
> Regards,
> Isaias
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