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From "Flores, Paul A." <PAUL.A.FLO...@SAIC.COM>
Subject How, from within a C++ application, is it possible to 'examine' and 'manage' a broker?
Date Tue, 25 Oct 2016 14:22:03 GMT

As the subject line states: "How, from within a C++ application, is it possible to 'examine'
and 'manage' a broker?"

The requirements are rather straightforward we would like to be able to answer the following

 * How many 'clients' (senders and receivers) are 'connected' to a 'broker'?

 * How many receivers/subscribers are attached/subscribed to a queue/ topic?

 * How many senders/publishers are writing/publishing to a queue/topic?

     >Is it only one or can their be multiple senders/publishers to a queue/topic?

 *When was the last time a message was retrieved from a queue/topic?

 *How to 'empty/clear' messages from a queue/topic from within a C++ application?

As stated earlier we are replacing CORBA messaging with QPID.  To that regard the client has
a considerable amount of message channel 'management' that is 'baked'  into their 'framework'.
While the goal is to shift away from the CORBA paradigm we are faced with task of identifying.
developing and implementing 'like' functionality and this is one area we would like some 'sage'
advice and guidance.




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