Remark: This handler must be installed (How to install new features).
Important: If you want to use this handler e.g. to send csv data to Odysseus, use CSV protocol handler and send csv-values with a trailing "\n", as the CSV handler needs this! e.g. "
This transport handler allow to send and receive object via the AQMP protocol, implemented with RabbitMQ (see http://www.rabbitmq.com/). Further parameter information can be found here: http://www.rabbitmq.com/api-guide.html
Remark: In an older version, there was a
publish_style. This will be ignored in future versions.
queue_name:The queue to send to or receive from
exchange_name:The exchange to publish the message to
consumer_tag:The consumer tag
host:The host where the server runs
The port of the server (if not default)
Username (if required)
Password (if required)
virtualhost: The virtual host (if required)
durable (true / false)
- exclusive (true / false)
- auto_delete (true / false)
In addition, arbitrary options can bedefined. They need to start with the prefix
"rabbit." which will be removed in the actual argument. Example:
['rabbit.x-message-ttl',1000] will be the argument
'x-message-ttl' with the long value
See https://git.swl.informatik.uni-oldenburg.de/projects/ODYDATGEN/repos/telcosim/browse/src/main/java/de/uniol/inf/is/telCoSim/Simulation.java how the data is generated for this input queue.
See RabbitMQ use case for an example how to connect external software with Odysseus via RabbitMQ.