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Messaging with RabbitMQ and .NET review part 9: headers

Introduction

In the previous post we looked at two ways to filter messages from an exchange to one or more queues bound to it. Routing keys provide a simple mechanism where the routing key of the message, such as “asia” is forwarded to all queues that also have a routing key “asia”. 1,393 more words

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Messaging with RabbitMQ and .NET review part 8: routing and topics

Introduction

In the previous post we looked at two-way messaging in RabbitMq. This messaging type corresponds to the Remote Procedure Call (RPC) messaging pattern. RPC is slightly different from the previous MEPs in that there’s a response queue involved. 1,852 more words

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Autostart of RabbitMQ service in Ubuntu

I have configured a high availability cluster of RabbitMQ instances, on Azure with 2 Ubuntu LTS 16.04 servers.
With an automation runbook these 2 servers are configured for the shutdown at night, and start on morning. 202 more words

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Messaging with RabbitMQ and .NET review part 7: two way messaging

Introduction

In the previous post we looked at the fanout exchange type. This exchange type corresponds to the publish-subscribe message exchange pattern. This MEP is very similar to one-way messaging. 1,299 more words

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Messaging with RabbitMQ and .NET review part 6: the fanout exchange type

Introduction

In the previous post we looked at an alternative way to consume messages from a queue in RabbitMq. In particular we discussed the usage of the EventingBasicConsumer which is an event and delegate based alternative to the DefaultBasicConsumer class. 1,139 more words

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Messaging with RabbitMQ and .NET review part 5: one way messaging with an event based consumer

Introduction

In the previous post we saw how to process messages from a queue using a receiver we derived from a default basic consumer. We implemented the HandleBasicDeliver function for that purpose. 759 more words

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Messaging in .NET: RabbitMQ with EasyNetQ

Creating  Web publisher app and console consumer in .NET:

Why it is useful,  simple image gallery application example

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