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From Fraser Adams <fraser.ad...@blueyonder.co.uk>
Subject Re: Java broker exchange questions
Date Sun, 10 Mar 2013 08:42:01 GMT

> Yeah - from an AMQP 1.0 point of view one might consider Queues and
> Exchanges both as types of "Nodes" (the 1.0 transport for the Java
> Broker actually allows you to publish directly to Queues and subscribe
> to Exchanges)... how to present this and the 0.x view as a single
> coherent model will be "interesting" (are bindings links from
> exchanges to queues I wonder)
As per previous post I'm *really* interested in this going forward as I 
suspect are many people. Publishing to a queue seems fairly "normal" 
given that the default direct exchange provided a mechanism to use a 
producer address that just looked like a queue, but subscribing to an 
exchange seems weirder. In the latter case clearly a topic address made 
it look like this was happening, but a temporary queue was always put in 
place *actually* subscribing to exchanges seems more unusual as one 
would normally expect some sort of "elastic" buffering to decouple 
producers and consumers. I guess that with Qpid there's the concept of 
prefetching messages so I guess that this gives the necessary buffering 
(unless synchronous behaviour has been specified).

I'd really like to understand more about how this is currently working 
in AMQP 1.0/Proton do you have some example Addresses that are being 
used - I'm particularly interested in how an existing AddressString 
containing a headers exchange and bindings to that might work.
> -- Rob (going seriously off-topic)
Perhaps, but it's probably a good topic to start, the AMQP 1.0 work has 
been quietly going on in dev land and I think this is probably a good 
time to start sharing the love a bit on the user list.


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