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From Jan Bares <jan.ba...@wood.cz>
Subject RE: Send messages from one queue to another queue?
Date Fri, 14 Mar 2014 12:39:24 GMT


> -----Original Message-----
> From: Fraser Adams [mailto:fraser.adams@blueyonder.co.uk]
> Sent: Thursday, March 13, 2014 6:51 PM
> To: users@qpid.apache.org
> Subject: Re: Send messages from one queue to another queue?
>
> Don't know if you noticed my post yesterday about the move/purge/reroute
> stuff being available via the QMF GUI?

I did, I am just on too many stuff in parallel. I learned how to use QMF qpid-tool and used
queueMoveMessages. Next round I will try with QMF GUI just to learn new exiting things.

>
> Gordon beat me to the main source of documentation, which is the
> management-schema.xml though unfortunately that *may* not necessarily
> be
> enough to do anything useful - most of the QMF methods take Maps of
> properties as formal parameters so the CRUD <type> <name> stuff is
> probably obvious but the remaining information that's generally needed
> much less so.

I agree but at least now I understand where to start. This kind of information is not clear
for casual user and not mentioned on QMF documentation.

>
> As an example the properties usually needed when say creating a queue or
> information relating to the filter when moving/rerouting messages.
>
> You've never said in your posts what language you are most interested
> in. We've provided some hopefully useful responses to you, but your
> original question was asking "I would like to use something like Zabbix
> (www.zabbix.com) for QPID monitoring" now I think that the QMF GUI et.
> al. are pretty good, but they are serving a different purpose than the
> one implied by this original question so I'm thinking that to interface
> with Zabbix (which I know nothing about) you are going to have to write
> your own QMF console application and how you go about that will vary
> depending on your language of preference (whatever plugs best into
> Zabbix I presume).

Right now I have basic Zabbix monitors using qpid-stat. In the case I will need more monitoring,
I will investigate further. As Zabbix supports JMX, one option is to write some MBeans.

> I really wouldn't want to put you off, but knowledge of this will
> probably have implications for your design choices and general due
> diligence.

It's the other way around. By upfront providing limitations and warnings about possible AMQP
1.0 redesign I feel quite strongly and can make informed decisions. Thank you for your time
and detailed descriptions.

Kind regards, Jan




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