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From razeone <raze...@gmail.com>
Subject AMQP and Node.js
Date Fri, 12 Jul 2013 01:45:57 GMT
Well, I have this Node.js application that uses STOMP to connect to ActiveMQ.
Everithing was cool until I needed better performance, and que STOMP
implementations in Node.js are more like personal projects.

So, looking for the ActiveMQ documentation, I realized that it supports now
AMQP and I decided to change to this protocol.

The issue is that I cannot connect to the broker, I have setted up and
configure it but I don't get the connection.

I'm trying with and without the credentials, the explicit port, the url, and
it just not works, there's somebody already did this?

With the same client I'm always get connected to RabbitMQ, and that's a good
start, I think. This is my actual code:

var amqp = require('amqp');

var conn = amqp.createConnection({host: "10.193.2.29:5672"},
                        {defaultExchangeName: "my-queue"});

// Wait for connection to become established.
conn.on('ready', function () {
     console.log('Im now connected');  
     // Use the default 'amq.topic' exchange
     var q = conn.queue('my-queue', function (queue) {
           console.log('Queue ' + queue.name + ' is open');
    });
});


Regards, Jorge.




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