Programming in Apache Qpid

The above examples also use the utility to config-QPID 00-10 AMQP queues and exchanges to configure a broker QPID. Example 2.4. Basics AMQP queues ….

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Programming in Apache Qpid, Cross-Platform AMQP Messaging in Java JMS, .NET, C++, and Python
2.1. Hello world! in C++ … 3
2.2. Hello world! in Python … 4
2.3. Hello world! in .NET C# … 5
2.4. Queues … 6
2.5. Topics … 7
2.6. Using subjects … 9
2.7. Subjects with multi-word keys … 10
2.8. Assertions on Nodes … 12
2.9. Creating a Queue Automatically … 12
2.10. Browsing a Queue … 13
2.11. Using the XML Exchange … 15
2.12. Receiving Messages from Multiple Sources … 21
2.13. Transactions … 22
2.14. Specifying Connection Options in C++ and Python … 23
2.15. Sending Qpid Maps in Python … 25
2.16. Sending Qpid Maps in C++ … 26
2.17. Sending Qpid Maps in .NET C# … 28
2.18. Request / Response Applications in C++ … 30
2.19. Tracking cluster membership … 31
3.1. Hello world! in Java … 36
3.2. JNDI Properties File for Hello world! example … 37
3.3. JNDI Properties File … 38
3.4. Broker Lists … 39
3.5. Sending a Java JMS MapMessage … 42
3.6. log4j Logging Properties … 43
4.1. Traditional service model Hello world! example … 45
4.2. Binary Hello world! example using the channel model … 47

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