[rabbitmq-discuss] shovel with authentization

Jason McIntosh mcintoshj at gmail.com
Tue Jan 28 17:48:40 GMT 2014

If the shovel is running you have a connection to the remote system (I
usually look at the web management interface to verify this, plus log
files).  At that point I'd guess a routing issue is to blame.  If you can
successfully publish a message to Server1 and then that message disappears
and never shows up on Server2.  You can try adding:
{publish_fields, [{exchange, <<"">>},{routing_key, <<"MyQ">>}]}
to your shovel configuration.  Of course make sure the routing/binding
works on both sides.  E.g. if you publish a message to Server2 that's
identical to the publish to Server1, does it show up in a Queue?


On Tue, Jan 28, 2014 at 9:29 AM, Tomas Tulka <tomas.tulka at atos.net> wrote:

> > Have you tried specifying certificate and keys as query parameters?
> I need only PLAIN auth and by the def. it should work with user:pass at host
> And I don't see a parameter for auth in URI query parameters.
> Auth works in general, because I am able to connect and send a message, the
> problem must be in the shovel
> Thx
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