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Subject svn commit: r599876 - in /incubator/qpid/trunk/qpid/python/examples: ./ direct/ fanout/ pubsub/ request-response/
Date Fri, 30 Nov 2007 17:11:54 GMT
Author: aconway
Date: Fri Nov 30 09:11:47 2007
New Revision: 599876

URL: http://svn.apache.org/viewvc?rev=599876&view=rev
Log:
Python examples

Added:
    incubator/qpid/trunk/qpid/python/examples/
    incubator/qpid/trunk/qpid/python/examples/direct/
    incubator/qpid/trunk/qpid/python/examples/direct/config_direct_exchange.py   (with props)
    incubator/qpid/trunk/qpid/python/examples/direct/direct_consumer.py   (with props)
    incubator/qpid/trunk/qpid/python/examples/direct/direct_producer.py   (with props)
    incubator/qpid/trunk/qpid/python/examples/fanout/
    incubator/qpid/trunk/qpid/python/examples/fanout/config_fanout_exchange.py   (with props)
    incubator/qpid/trunk/qpid/python/examples/fanout/fanout_consumer.py   (with props)
    incubator/qpid/trunk/qpid/python/examples/fanout/fanout_producer.py   (with props)
    incubator/qpid/trunk/qpid/python/examples/pubsub/
    incubator/qpid/trunk/qpid/python/examples/pubsub/topic_consumer.py   (with props)
    incubator/qpid/trunk/qpid/python/examples/pubsub/topic_producer.py   (with props)
    incubator/qpid/trunk/qpid/python/examples/request-response/
    incubator/qpid/trunk/qpid/python/examples/request-response/client.py   (with props)
    incubator/qpid/trunk/qpid/python/examples/request-response/server.py   (with props)

Added: incubator/qpid/trunk/qpid/python/examples/direct/config_direct_exchange.py
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--- incubator/qpid/trunk/qpid/python/examples/direct/config_direct_exchange.py (added)
+++ incubator/qpid/trunk/qpid/python/examples/direct/config_direct_exchange.py Fri Nov 30
09:11:47 2007
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+#!/usr/bin/env python
+"""
+ config_direct_exchange.py
+
+ Creates and binds a queue on an AMQP direct exchange.
+
+ All messages using the routing key "routing_key" are
+ sent to the queue named "message_queue".
+"""
+
+import qpid
+from qpid.client import Client
+from qpid.content import Content
+from qpid.queue import Empty
+
+#----- Initialization -----------------------------------
+
+#  Set parameters for login
+
+host="127.0.0.1"
+port=5672
+amqp_spec="/usr/share/amqp/amqp.0-10-preview.xml"
+user="guest"
+password="guest"
+
+#  Create a client and log in to it.
+
+client = Client(host, port, qpid.spec.load(amqp_spec))
+client.start({"LOGIN": user, "PASSWORD": password})
+
+session = client.session()
+session.session_open()
+
+#----- Create a queue -------------------------------------
+
+# Create a queue named "listener" on channel 1, and bind it 
+# to the "amq.direct" exchange.
+# 
+# queue_declare() creates an AMQP queue, which is held
+# on the broker. Published messages are sent to the AMQP queue, 
+# from which messages are delivered to consumers. 
+# 
+# queue_bind() determines which messages are routed to a queue. 
+# Route all messages with the routing key "routing_key" to
+# the AMQP queue named "message_queue".
+
+session.queue_declare(queue="message_queue")
+session.queue_bind(exchange="amq.direct", queue="message_queue", routing_key="routing_key")
+
+#----- Cleanup ---------------------------------------------
+
+# Clean up before exiting so there are no open threads.
+#
+# Close Channel 1.
+# Close the connection using Channel 0, which is used for all connection methods.
+session.session_close()
+

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--- incubator/qpid/trunk/qpid/python/examples/direct/direct_consumer.py (added)
+++ incubator/qpid/trunk/qpid/python/examples/direct/direct_consumer.py Fri Nov 30 09:11:47
2007
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+#!/usr/bin/env python
+"""
+ direct_consumer.py
+
+ This AMQP client reads messages from a message
+ queue named "message_queue".
+"""
+
+import qpid
+from qpid.client import Client
+from qpid.content import Content
+from qpid.queue import Empty
+
+
+#----- Initialization --------------------------------------
+
+#  Set parameters for login
+
+host="127.0.0.1"
+port=5672
+amqp_spec="/usr/share/amqp/amqp.0-10-preview.xml"
+user="guest"
+password="guest"
+
+#  Create a client and log in to it.
+
+client = Client(host, port, qpid.spec.load(amqp_spec))
+client.start({"LOGIN": user, "PASSWORD": password})
+
+session = client.session()
+session.session_open()
+
+#----- Read from queue --------------------------------------------
+
+# Now let's create a local client queue and tell it to read
+# incoming messages.
+
+# The consumer tag identifies the client-side queue.
+
+consumer_tag = "consumer1"
+queue = client.queue(consumer_tag)
+
+# Call message_consume() to tell the broker to deliver messages
+# from the AMQP queue to this local client queue. The broker will
+# start delivering messages as soon as message_consume() is called.
+
+session.message_subscribe(queue="message_queue", destination=consumer_tag)
+session.message_flow(consumer_tag, 0, 0xFFFFFFFF)  # Kill these?
+session.message_flow(consumer_tag, 1, 0xFFFFFFFF) # Kill these?
+
+#  Initialize 'final' and 'content', variables used to identify the last message.
+
+final = "That's all, folks!"   # In a message body, signals the last message
+content = ""		       # Content of the last message read
+
+message = None
+while content != final:
+	message = queue.get(timeout=10)
+	content = message.content.body
+	print content
+
+#  Messages are not removed from the queue until they are
+#  acknowledged. Using cumulative=True, all messages from the session
+#  up to and including the one identified by the delivery tag are
+#  acknowledged. This is more efficient, because there are fewer
+#  network round-trips.
+
+message.complete(cumulative=True)
+
+#----- Cleanup ------------------------------------------------
+
+# Clean up before exiting so there are no open threads.
+#
+
+# session.session_close()

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--- incubator/qpid/trunk/qpid/python/examples/direct/direct_producer.py (added)
+++ incubator/qpid/trunk/qpid/python/examples/direct/direct_producer.py Fri Nov 30 09:11:47
2007
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+#!/usr/bin/env python
+"""
+ direct_producer.py
+
+ Publishes messages to an AMQP direct exchange, using
+ the routing key "routing_key"
+"""
+
+import qpid
+from qpid.client import Client
+from qpid.content import Content
+from qpid.queue import Empty
+
+#----- Initialization -----------------------------------
+
+#  Set parameters for login
+
+host="127.0.0.1"
+port=5672
+amqp_spec="/usr/share/amqp/amqp.0-10-preview.xml"
+user="guest"
+password="guest"
+
+#  Create a client and log in to it.
+
+client = Client(host, port, qpid.spec.load(amqp_spec))
+client.start({"LOGIN": user, "PASSWORD": password})
+
+session = client.session()
+session.session_open()
+
+#----- Publish some messages ------------------------------
+
+# Create some messages and put them on the broker.
+
+for i in range(10):
+  message = Content("message " + str(i))
+  message["routing_key"] = "routing_key"
+  session.message_transfer(destination="amq.direct", content=message)
+
+final="That's all, folks!"
+message = Content(final)
+message["routing_key"] = "routing_key"
+session.message_transfer(destination="amq.direct", content=message)
+
+#----- Cleanup --------------------------------------------
+
+# Clean up before exiting so there are no open threads.
+
+session.session_close()
+

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Added: incubator/qpid/trunk/qpid/python/examples/fanout/config_fanout_exchange.py
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--- incubator/qpid/trunk/qpid/python/examples/fanout/config_fanout_exchange.py (added)
+++ incubator/qpid/trunk/qpid/python/examples/fanout/config_fanout_exchange.py Fri Nov 30
09:11:47 2007
@@ -0,0 +1,54 @@
+#!/usr/bin/env python
+"""
+ config_direct_exchange.py
+
+ Creates and binds a queue on an AMQP direct exchange.
+
+ All messages using the routing key "routing_key" are
+ sent to the queue named "message_queue".
+"""
+
+import qpid
+from qpid.client import Client
+from qpid.content import Content
+from qpid.queue import Empty
+
+#----- Initialization -----------------------------------
+
+#  Set parameters for login
+
+host="127.0.0.1"
+port=5672
+amqp_spec="/usr/share/amqp/amqp.0-10-preview.xml"
+user="guest"
+password="guest"
+
+#  Create a client and log in to it.
+
+client = Client(host, port, qpid.spec.load(amqp_spec))
+client.start({"LOGIN": user, "PASSWORD": password})
+
+session = client.session()
+session.session_open()
+
+#----- Create a queue -------------------------------------
+
+# Create a queue named "listener" on channel 1, and bind it 
+# to the "amq.fanout" exchange.
+# 
+# queue_declare() creates an AMQP queue, which is held
+# on the broker. Published messages are sent to the AMQP queue, 
+# from which messages are delivered to consumers. 
+# 
+# queue_bind() determines which messages are routed to a queue. 
+# Route all messages with the routing key "routing_key" to
+# the AMQP queue named "message_queue".
+
+session.queue_declare(queue="message_queue")
+session.queue_bind(exchange="amq.fanout", queue="message_queue")
+
+#----- Cleanup ---------------------------------------------
+
+# Clean up before exiting so there are no open threads.
+# channel.session_close()
+

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--- incubator/qpid/trunk/qpid/python/examples/fanout/fanout_consumer.py (added)
+++ incubator/qpid/trunk/qpid/python/examples/fanout/fanout_consumer.py Fri Nov 30 09:11:47
2007
@@ -0,0 +1,75 @@
+#!/usr/bin/env python
+"""
+ direct_consumer.py
+
+ This AMQP client reads messages from a message
+ queue named "message_queue".
+"""
+
+import qpid
+from qpid.client import Client
+from qpid.content import Content
+from qpid.queue import Empty
+
+
+#----- Initialization --------------------------------------
+
+#  Set parameters for login
+
+host="127.0.0.1"
+port=5672
+amqp_spec="/usr/share/amqp/amqp.0-10-preview.xml"
+user="guest"
+password="guest"
+
+#  Create a client and log in to it.
+
+client = Client(host, port, qpid.spec.load(amqp_spec))
+client.start({"LOGIN": user, "PASSWORD": password})
+
+session = client.session()
+session.session_open()
+
+#----- Read from queue --------------------------------------------
+
+# Now let's create a local client queue and tell it to read
+# incoming messages.
+
+# The consumer tag identifies the client-side queue.
+
+consumer_tag = "consumer1"
+queue = client.queue(consumer_tag)
+
+# Call message_consume() to tell the broker to deliver messages
+# from the AMQP queue to this local client queue. The broker will
+# start delivering messages as soon as message_consume() is called.
+
+session.message_subscribe(queue="message_queue", destination=consumer_tag)
+session.message_flow(consumer_tag, 0, 0xFFFFFFFF)
+session.message_flow(consumer_tag, 1, 0xFFFFFFFF)
+
+#  Initialize 'final' and 'content', variables used to identify the last message.
+
+final = "That's all, folks!"   # In a message body, signals the last message
+content = ""		       # Content of the last message read
+
+message = None
+while content != final:
+	message = queue.get(timeout=10)
+	content = message.content.body
+	print content
+
+#  Messages are not removed from the queue until they are
+#  acknowledged. Using cumulative=True, all messages from the session
+#  up to and including the one identified by the delivery tag are
+#  acknowledged. This is more efficient, because there are fewer
+#  network round-trips.
+
+message.complete(cumulative=True)
+
+#----- Cleanup ------------------------------------------------
+
+# Clean up before exiting so there are no open threads.
+#
+
+session.session_close()

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--- incubator/qpid/trunk/qpid/python/examples/fanout/fanout_producer.py (added)
+++ incubator/qpid/trunk/qpid/python/examples/fanout/fanout_producer.py Fri Nov 30 09:11:47
2007
@@ -0,0 +1,49 @@
+#!/usr/bin/env python
+"""
+ direct_producer.py
+
+ Publishes messages to an AMQP direct exchange, using
+ the routing key "routing_key"
+"""
+
+import qpid
+from qpid.client import Client
+from qpid.content import Content
+from qpid.queue import Empty
+
+#----- Initialization -----------------------------------
+
+#  Set parameters for login
+
+host="127.0.0.1"
+port=5672
+amqp_spec="/usr/share/amqp/amqp.0-10-preview.xml"
+user="guest"
+password="guest"
+
+#  Create a client and log in to it.
+
+client = Client(host, port, qpid.spec.load(amqp_spec))
+client.start({"LOGIN": user, "PASSWORD": password})
+
+session = client.session()
+session.session_open()
+
+#----- Publish some messages ------------------------------
+
+# Create some messages and put them on the broker.
+
+for i in range(10):
+  message = Content(body="message " + str(i))
+  session.message_transfer(destination="amq.fanout", content=message)
+
+final="That's all, folks!"
+message=Content(final)
+session.message_transfer(destination="amq.fanout", content=message)
+
+#----- Cleanup --------------------------------------------
+
+# Clean up before exiting so there are no open threads.
+
+session.session_close()
+

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--- incubator/qpid/trunk/qpid/python/examples/pubsub/topic_consumer.py (added)
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+#!/usr/bin/env python
+"""
+ topic_consumer.py
+
+ This AMQP client reads all messages from the
+ "news", "weather", "usa", and "europe" queues
+ created and bound by config_topic_exchange.py. 
+"""
+
+import base64
+
+import qpid
+from qpid.client import Client
+from qpid.content import Content
+from qpid.queue import Empty
+
+#----- Functions -------------------------------------------
+
+def dump_queue(client, queue_name):
+
+  print "Messages queue: " + queue_name 
+
+  consumer_tag = queue_name     # Use the queue name as the consumer tag - need a unique
tag
+  queue = client.queue(consumer_tag)
+
+  # Call basic_consume() to tell the broker to deliver messages
+  # from the AMQP queue to a local client queue. The broker will
+  # start delivering messages as soon as basic_consume() is called.
+
+  session.message_subscribe(queue=queue_name, destination=consumer_tag)
+  session.message_flow(consumer_tag, 0, 0xFFFFFFFF)
+  session.message_flow(consumer_tag, 1, 0xFFFFFFFF)
+
+  content = ""		         # Content of the last message read
+  final = "That's all, folks!"   # In a message body, signals the last message
+  message = 0
+
+  while content != final:
+    try:
+      message = queue.get()
+      content = message.content.body
+      print content
+    except Empty:
+      if message != 0:
+        message.complete(cumulative=True)
+      print "No more messages!"
+      return
+
+
+  #  Messages are not removed from the queue until they
+  #  are acknowledged. Using multiple=True, all messages
+  #  in the channel up to and including the one identified
+  #  by the delivery tag are acknowledged. This is more efficient,
+  #  because there are fewer network round-trips.
+
+  if message != 0:
+    message.complete(cumulative=True)
+
+
+#----- Initialization --------------------------------------
+
+#  Set parameters for login
+
+host="127.0.0.1"
+port=5672
+amqp_spec="/usr/share/amqp/amqp.0-10-preview.xml"
+user="guest"
+password="guest"
+
+#  Create a client and log in to it.
+
+spec = qpid.spec.load(amqp_spec)
+client = Client(host, port, spec)
+client.start({"LOGIN": user, "PASSWORD": password})
+
+session = client.session()
+session = session.session_open()  # keep the session object, we'll need the session id
+
+#----- Main Body -- ----------------------------------------
+
+
+news = "news" + base64.urlsafe_b64encode(session.session_id)
+weather = "weather" + base64.urlsafe_b64encode(session.session_id)
+usa = "usa" + base64.urlsafe_b64encode(session.session_id)
+europe = "europe" + base64.urlsafe_b64encode(session.session_id)
+
+session.queue_declare(queue=news, exclusive=True)
+session.queue_declare(queue=weather, exclusive=True)
+session.queue_declare(queue=usa, exclusive=True)
+session.queue_declare(queue=europe, exclusive=True)
+
+# Routing keys may be "usa.news", "usa.weather", "europe.news", or "europe.weather".
+
+# The '#' symbol matches one component of a multipart name, e.g. "#.news" matches
+# "europe.news" or "usa.news".
+
+session.queue_bind(exchange="amq.topic", queue=news, routing_key="#.news")
+session.queue_bind(exchange="amq.topic", queue=weather, routing_key="#.weather")
+session.queue_bind(exchange="amq.topic", queue=usa, routing_key="usa.#")
+session.queue_bind(exchange="amq.topic", queue=europe, routing_key="europe.#")
+
+# Remind the user to start the topic producer
+
+print "Queues create - please start the topic producer"
+
+# Call dump_queue to print messages from each queue
+
+dump_queue(client, news)
+dump_queue(client, weather)
+dump_queue(client, usa)
+dump_queue(client, europe)
+
+#----- Cleanup ------------------------------------------------
+
+# Clean up before exiting so there are no open threads.
+#
+# Close Channel 1.
+
+session.session_close()
+

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+#!/usr/bin/env python
+"""
+ topic_producer.py
+
+ This is a simple AMQP publisher application that uses a 
+ Topic exchange. The publisher specifies the routing key
+ and the exchange for each message.
+"""
+
+import qpid
+from qpid.client import Client
+from qpid.content import Content
+from qpid.queue import Empty
+
+#----- Initialization -----------------------------------
+
+#  Set parameters for login. 
+
+host="127.0.0.1"
+port=5672
+amqp_spec="/usr/share/amqp/amqp.0-10-preview.xml"
+user="guest"
+password="guest"
+
+#  Create a client and log in to it.
+
+spec = qpid.spec.load(amqp_spec)
+client = Client(host, port, spec)
+client.start({"LOGIN": user, "PASSWORD": password})
+
+session = client.session()
+session.session_open()
+
+#----- Publish some messages ------------------------------
+
+# Create some messages and put them on the broker. Use the
+# topic exchange.  The routing keys are "usa.news", "usa.weather", 
+# "europe.news", and "europe.weather".
+
+final = "That's all, folks!"
+
+# We'll use the same routing key for all messages in the loop, and
+# also for the terminating message.
+
+# usa.news
+
+for i in range(5):
+  message = Content("message " + str(i))
+  message["routing_key"] = "usa.news"
+  session.message_transfer(destination="amq.topic", content=message)
+
+message = Content(final)
+message["routing_key"] = "usa.news"
+session.message_transfer(destination="amq.topic", content=message)
+
+# usa.weather
+
+
+for i in range(5):
+  message = Content("message " + str(i))
+  message["routing_key"] = "usa.weather"
+  session.message_transfer(destination="amq.topic", content=message)
+
+message = Content(final)
+message["routing_key"] = "usa.weather"
+session.message_transfer(destination="amq.topic", content=message)
+
+# europe.news
+
+for i in range(5):
+  message = Content("message " + str(i))
+  message["routing_key"] = "europe.news"
+  session.message_transfer(destination="amq.topic", content=message)
+
+message = Content(final)
+message["routing_key"] = "europe.news"
+session.message_transfer(destination="amq.topic", content=message)
+
+
+# europe.weather
+
+for i in range(5):
+  message = Content("message " + str(i))
+  message["routing_key"] = "europe.weather"
+  session.message_transfer(destination="amq.topic", content=message)
+
+message = Content(final)
+message["routing_key"] = "europe.weather"
+session.message_transfer(destination="amq.topic", content=message)
+
+
+#----- Cleanup --------------------------------------------
+
+# Clean up before exiting so there are no open threads.
+#
+# Close Channel 1.
+
+
+session.session_close()
+

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+#!/usr/bin/env python
+"""
+ client.py
+
+ Client for a client/server example
+
+"""
+
+import base64
+
+import qpid
+from qpid.client import Client
+from qpid.content import Content
+from qpid.queue import Empty
+
+#----- Functions -------------------------------------------
+
+def dump_queue(client, queue_name):
+
+  print "Messages queue: " + queue_name 
+
+  consumer_tag = queue_name     # Use the queue name as the consumer tag - need a unique
tag
+  queue = client.queue(consumer_tag)
+
+  # Call basic_consume() to tell the broker to deliver messages
+  # from the AMQP queue to a local client queue. The broker will
+  # start delivering messages as soon as basic_consume() is called.
+
+  session.message_subscribe(queue=queue_name, destination=consumer_tag)
+  session.message_flow(consumer_tag, 0, 0xFFFFFFFF)
+  session.message_flow(consumer_tag, 1, 0xFFFFFFFF)
+
+  message = 0
+
+  while True:
+    try:
+      message = queue.get(timeout=10)
+      content = message.content.body
+      print "Response: " + content
+    except Empty:
+      print "No more messages!"
+      break
+    except:
+      print "Unexpected exception!"
+      break
+
+
+  #  Messages are not removed from the queue until they
+  #  are acknowledged. Using multiple=True, all messages
+  #  in the channel up to and including the one identified
+  #  by the delivery tag are acknowledged. This is more efficient,
+  #  because there are fewer network round-trips.
+
+  if message != 0:
+    message.complete(cumulative=True)
+
+
+#----- Initialization --------------------------------------
+
+#  Set parameters for login
+
+host="127.0.0.1"
+port=5672
+amqp_spec="/usr/share/amqp/amqp.0-10-preview.xml"
+user="guest"
+password="guest"
+
+#  Create a client and log in to it.
+
+spec = qpid.spec.load(amqp_spec)
+client = Client(host, port, spec)
+client.start({"LOGIN": user, "PASSWORD": password})
+
+session = client.session()
+session.session_open() 
+
+#----- Main Body -- ----------------------------------------
+
+# Create a response queue for the server to send responses to. Use the
+# same string as the name of the queue and the name of the routing
+# key.
+
+replyTo = "ReplyTo:" # + base64.urlsafe_b64encode(session.session_id)
+session.queue_declare(queue=replyTo, exclusive=True)
+session.queue_bind(exchange="amq.direct", queue=replyTo, routing_key=replyTo)
+
+# Send some messages to the server's request queue
+
+lines = ["Twas brilling, and the slithy toves",
+         "Did gyre and gimble in the wabe.",
+         "All mimsy were the borogroves,",
+         "And the mome raths outgrabe."]
+
+for l in lines:
+  print "Request: " + l
+  request=Content(l)
+  request["routing_key"] = "request"
+  request["reply_to"] = client.spec.struct("reply_to")
+  request["reply_to"]["exchange_name"] = "amq.direct"
+  request["reply_to"]["routing_key"] = replyTo
+  session.message_transfer(destination="amq.direct", content=request)
+
+# Now see what messages the server sent to our replyTo queue
+
+dump_queue(client, replyTo)
+
+
+#----- Cleanup ------------------------------------------------
+
+# Clean up before exiting so there are no open threads.
+
+session.session_close()

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--- incubator/qpid/trunk/qpid/python/examples/request-response/server.py (added)
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+#!/usr/bin/env python
+"""
+ server.py
+
+ Server for a client/server example
+"""
+
+import qpid
+from qpid.client import Client
+from qpid.content import Content
+from qpid.queue import Empty
+
+#----- Functions -------------------------------------------
+
+def respond(session, request):
+
+    # The routing key for the response is the request's reply-to
+    # property.  The body for the response is the request's body,
+    # converted to upper case.
+    
+    response=Content(request.body.upper())
+    response["routing_key"] = request["reply_to"]["routing_key"]
+
+    session.message_transfer(destination=request["reply_to"]["exchange_name"], content=response)
+
+#----- Initialization --------------------------------------
+
+#  Set parameters for login
+
+host="127.0.0.1"
+port=5672
+amqp_spec="/usr/share/amqp/amqp.0-10-preview.xml"
+user="guest"
+password="guest"
+
+#  Create a client and log in to it.
+
+client = Client(host, port, qpid.spec.load(amqp_spec))
+client.start({"LOGIN": user, "PASSWORD": password})
+
+# Open Channel 1 so we can use it to manage our queue.
+
+session = client.session()
+session.session_open()  # keep the session object, we'll need the session id
+
+#----- Main Body -- ----------------------------------------
+
+# Create a request queue and subscribe to it
+
+session.queue_declare(queue="request", exclusive=True)
+session.queue_bind(exchange="amq.direct", queue="request", routing_key="request")
+
+dest = "request_destination"
+
+session.message_subscribe(queue="request", destination=dest)
+session.message_flow(dest, 0, 0xFFFFFFFF)
+session.message_flow(dest, 1, 0xFFFFFFFF)
+
+
+# Remind the user to start the client program
+
+print "Request server running - run your client now."
+print "(Times out after 100 seconds ...)"
+
+# Respond to each request
+
+queue = client.queue(dest)
+
+# If we get a message, send it back to the user (as indicated in the
+# ReplyTo property)
+
+while True:
+  try:
+    request = queue.get(timeout=100)
+    respond(session, request.content)
+    request.complete()
+  except Empty:
+    print "No more messages!"
+    break;
+
+
+#----- Cleanup ------------------------------------------------
+
+# Clean up before exiting so there are no open threads.
+#
+# Close Channel 1.
+
+session.session_close()
+

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