How to use amqplib - 10 common examples

To help you get started, we’ve selected a few amqplib examples, based on popular ways it is used in public projects.

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github alicelabs / alicemq / test / MadHatter / spammer / actualizer.js View on Github external
let spammer = function(obj) {
  let {type, exchange, binding, message, uri} = obj;

  amqp.connect(uri, (err, conn) => {
    conn.createChannel((err, ch) => {
      
      ch.assertExchange(exchange, type, {durable: false});
      ch.publish(exchange, binding, new Buffer.from(message));
      console.log('.-. message sent', message)
      
    });
    // setTimeout(function() { conn.close(); process.exit(0) }, 500)
    setTimeout(function() { conn.close() }, 1000)
  }) 
}
github retrohacker / presentation / 2 / producer / producer / node_modules / amqplib / examples / tutorials / callback_api / receive.js View on Github external
function on_channel_open(err, ch) {
    ch.assertQueue(q, {durable: false}, function(err, ok) {
      if (err !== null) return bail(err, conn);
      ch.consume(q, function(msg) { // message callback
        console.log(" [x] Received '%s'", msg.content.toString());
      }, {noAck: true}, function(_consumeOk) { // consume callback
        console.log(' [*] Waiting for messages. To exit press CTRL+C');
      });
    });
  }

  conn.createChannel(on_channel_open);
}

amqp.connect(on_connect);
github dial-once / node-bunnymq / src / modules / connection.js View on Github external
getConnection() {
    const url = this._config.host;
    const { hostname } = this._config;
    let connection = this.connections[url];

    // cache handling, if connection already opened, return it
    if (connection && connection.conn) {
      return Promise.resolve(connection.conn);
    }
    // prepare the connection internal object, and reset channel if connection has been closed
    this.connections[url] = {
      conn: null,
      channel: null
    };
    connection = this.connections[url];
    connection.conn = amqp.connect(url, {
      clientProperties: {
        hostname,
        bunnymq: packageVersion,
        startedAt: this.startedAt,
        connectedAt: new Date().toISOString()
      }
    }).then((conn) => {
      // on connection close, delete connection
      conn.on('close', () => {
        delete connection.conn;
      });
      conn.on('error', this._config.transport.error);
      connection.conn = conn;
      return conn;
    }).catch((e) => {
      connection.conn = null;
github jpwilliams / remit / index.js View on Github external
self._connection_callbacks.push(callback)

    if (!first) {
        return
    }

    let connection_options = {}

    if (self._service_name) {
        connection_options.clientProperties = {
            connection_name: self._service_name
        }
    }

    // So let's connect!
    amqplib.connect(self._url, connection_options, (err, connection) => {
        if (err) {
            throw err
        }

        // Everything's go fine, so we'll set this global
        // object to our new connection.
        self._connection = connection

        // Time to run the callbacks. Let's run them and
        // take them out of the queue.
        // Loop through and make everything happen!
        while (self._connection_callbacks.length > 0) {
            self._connection_callbacks[0]()
            self._connection_callbacks.shift()
        }
    })
github taskcluster / taskcluster / libraries / pulse / src / consumer.js View on Github external
const isExpectedError = err => {
  // IllegalOperationError happens when we are draining a broken channel; ignore
  if (err instanceof amqplib.IllegalOperationError) {
    return true;
  }

  // similarly, an error with this text is sent in some failure modes.  See
  // https://github.com/streadway/amqp/issues/409 for a request for a better
  // way to recognize this
  if (err.message.match(/no reply will be forthcoming/)) {
    return true;
  }
};
github taskcluster / taskcluster / libraries / pulse / src / client.js View on Github external
return this.withConnection(async conn => {
      const method = confirmChannel ? 'createConfirmChannel' : 'createChannel';
      const channel = await conn.amqp[method]();

      // any errors on this channel will be handled as exceptions thrown within `fn`,
      // so the events can be ignored
      channel.on('error', () => {});

      try {
        return await fn(channel);
      } finally {
        try {
          await channel.close();
        } catch (err) {
          if (!(err instanceof amqplib.IllegalOperationError)) {
            // IllegalOperationError happens when we are closing a broken
            // channel; any other error trying to close the channel suggests
            // the connection is dead, so mark it failed.
            conn.failed();
          }
        }
      }
    });
  }
github arobson / rabbot / src / amqp / connection.js View on Github external
const amqp = require('amqplib');
const fs = require('fs');
const AmqpConnection = require('amqplib/lib/callback_model').CallbackModel;
const monad = require('./iomonad');
const log = require('../log')('rabbot.connection');
const info = require('../info');
const url = require('url');
const crypto = require('crypto');
const os = require('os');

/* log
  * `rabbot.amqp-connection`
    * `debug`
      * when amqplib's `connection.close` promise is rejected
   * `info`
      * connection attempt
      * connection success
      * connection failure
      * no reachable endpoints
github arobson / rabbot / src / amqp / channel.js View on Github external
const AmqpChannel = require('amqplib/lib/callback_model').Channel;
const monad = require('./iomonad.js');
const log = require('../log')('rabbot.channel');

/* log
  * `rabbot.channel`
    * `debug`
      * when amqplib's `channel.close` promise is rejected
*/

function close (name, channel) {
  if (channel.close) {
    return channel.close()
      .then(null, function (err) {
        // since calling close on channel could reject the promise
        // (see connection close's comment) this catches and logs it
        // for debug level
github danielwii / asuna-node-server / src / modules / providers / mq.provider.ts View on Github external
private async createConnection(): Promise {
    if (MQProvider.enabled) {
      const { url } = MQConfigObject.load();
      logger.log(`connecting to ${url}`);
      const connection = await amqp.connect(url).catch(error => logger.error(`connect to mq error: ${r(error)}`));

      if (connection == null) {
        if (this._retryLimit < 1) {
          process.exit(1);
        }

        setTimeout(
          () =>
            this.createConnection().catch(() => {
              this._retryLimit -= 1;
              logger.error(`reconnect(${10 - this._retryLimit}) to mq error, retry in 10s.`);
            }),
          10000,
        );
        return Promise.reject();
      }
github PacktPublishing / Node.js_Design_Patterns_Second_Edition_Code / ch11 / 08_return_address / amqpRequest.js View on Github external
initialize() {
    return amqp
      .connect('amqp://localhost')
      .then(conn => conn.createChannel())
      .then(channel => {
        this.channel = channel;
        return channel.assertQueue('', {exclusive: true});
      })
      .then(q => {
        this.replyQueue = q.queue;
        return this._listenForResponses();
      })
      .catch(function(err) {
        console.log(err);
      })
    ;
  }

amqplib

An AMQP 0-9-1 (e.g., RabbitMQ) library and client.

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