[rabbitmq-discuss] status Active in Management web portal

MattH matt.higgins at gmail.com
Thu Mar 15 13:44:29 GMT 2012

Thanks for the heads up on the list_queues this is absolutely no going
to work.

I did not really think about the "presence" notion until I wrote that
response which gave me a bunch of ideas. I will look into the presence-
exchange but I also found this on your site which may be interesting
for anyone else following this thread.


The post has a section on how you can leverage exchange to exchange
bindings to provide presence notifications which is exactly what I
want in my system.


On Mar 15, 9:03 am, Simon MacMullen <si... at rabbitmq.com> wrote:
> On 15/03/12 12:57, MattH wrote:
> > In essence I am attempting to
> > represent presence through activity on the queue.
> Very bad idea. "Activity" here means a whole bunch of stuff. For example
> "rabbitmqctl list_queues" will wake all the queues up.
> > Another method may be to simply not create the queue in the first
> > place and force users to create a queue as they connect. This would
> > then require that I find all queues bound to a given exchange, if an
> > exchange has a queue for a given users then they are "active". This is
> > not as fine grained a presence indicator but may work. This is still
> > out of the scope of AMQP however.
> This could work.
> Another possibility, letting you stay within AMQP:
> https://github.com/tonyg/presence-exchange
> Cheers, Simon
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> Simon MacMullen
> RabbitMQ, VMware
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