[rabbitmq-discuss] .Net Client: Why is a channel called a model?
mikeb at rabbitmq.com
Thu Mar 29 13:31:38 BST 2012
> I'm new to RabbitMQ and have been using the .Net client. In the
> tutorials, AMQP documentation and the Java examples all refer to
> channels, is there a reason why channels appear to be called models in
> the .Net driver?
> Is there some history or context I'm missing?
The .NET client was developed after the Java client, and I think around
the time AMQP 0-10 (which is quite different to 0-8 and 0-9-1) was being
discussed. In these circumstances it received a more generic treatment
than its Java predecessor. There's no hidden meaning to it.
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