[Mono-list] Cross-World communication[windows/linux vs. versa]Looking for possibilities
mabra at manfbraun.de
Sat Oct 30 14:48:04 EDT 2010
Much thanks for your reply!
Ok, I'll have a deeper look at RabbitMQ now ....
On Windows, a MSMQ client, which sends a message
to a remote queue, get it's message preserved in
case the remote server is down. Not one bit to do
in code. The MSMQ infrastructure does this for you.
I cannot imagine the RabbitMQ driver on such a
client will provide the same functionality [on MSMQ
such messages even survice reboot of the client].
From: Adam Tauno Williams-3 [via Mono]
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On Sat, 2010-10-30 at 09:17 -0700, mabra wrote:
> Is there any way - out of the [mono] box - to do this?
> I am not talking about Net Remoting [which should do] and TCP sockets.
> I am more looking for Message Queuing and for simpler things about Named
> [the latter would not offer any type of reliability though].
> Is this possible and are there samples out to start with??
> For message queing, I read about RabbitMQ,
+1 I strongly recommend AMQP / Rabbit.
> but - so far I see this - I would
> have to install one server on the windows side and one on linux. Sending
> queue message via HTTP to windows is not really a good option.
False; all AMQP consumers use the one server (you can have multiples
for redundancy). You use on of [several] AMQP bindings in your
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