[rabbitmq-discuss] Send HTTP request and get response using RabbitMQ

Ravir Pandey ravir.pandey at commusoft.co.uk
Sat Jan 18 09:17:39 GMT 2014

So you mean to say, i should use RabbitMQ to connect to my Web app (
RabbitMQ role ends here ) and after that, when i get message then through
my separate service i should call my third party API, right?

On Sat, Jan 18, 2014 at 1:13 PM, Michael Klishin <
michael.s.klishin at gmail.com> wrote:

> 2014/1/18 Ravir Pandey <ravir.pandey at commusoft.co.uk>
>> "you can do RPC over RabbitMQ to S and then S can issue HTTP requests."
>> Like you said as above ?
>>  and i had gone through HTTP management plugin. However i can install
>> RabbitMQ on my server but my third party API is nothing to do with RabbitMQ
>> - in that case it is feasible to send HTTP request through HTTP management
>> plugin? OR Should i create separate service ( S ) to call third party HTTP
>> API? I mean when i do RPC over rabbitMQ to S and my S will issue HTTP
>> request?
> The point of having RabbitMQ (or another messaging technology) is to
> connect your Web app (W) with
> a separate service (S) that will issue HTTP requests to the 3rd party API.
> You can talk to RabbitMQ over AMQP 0-9-1, MQTT, STOMP or HTTP.
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