ruote-amqp is a set of classes that let a ruote engine publish and/or receive messages over AMQP.
The most common use case is publishing workitems for processing by AMQP consumers and eventually receiving them back to resume the flow.
Another use case would be to listen on an AMQP queue for workflow launch requests.
Listening for arbitrary AMQP messages before resuming a flow (ambush/alert) is also possible.
$dashboard.register( :toto, Ruote::Amqp::Participant, :exchange => [ 'direct', '' ], :routing_key => 'alpha') pdef = Ruote.define do toto end $dashboard.launch(pdef) # ...
Ambushing messages from a process definition.
- ruote[http://ruote.rubyforge.org] 2.3.0 or later
- amqp[http://rubyamqp.info/] 0.9.0 or later
- rabbitmq[http://www.rabbitmq.com/] 2.2.0 or later
Please be sure to have read the requirements section above
gem install ruote-amqp
or via your Gemfile (thanks bundler).
To run the tests you need the following requirements met, or the testing environment will fail horribly (or simply get stuck without output).
The tests use dedicated vhost on a running AMQP broker. To configure RabbitMQ you can run the following commands (the RabbitMQ server must be running):
$ rabbitmqctl add_vhost ruote-test $ rabbitmqctl add_user ruote ruote $ rabbitmqctl set_permissions -p ruote-test ruote '.*' '.*' '.*'
or by running:
$ rake prepare
If you need to change the AMQP configuration used by the tests, edit the +spec/spec_helper.rb+ file.
Kenneth Kalmer, the original author of the ruote-amqp gem is also the author of DaemonKit a library/toolbox for building daemons.
It used to be the preferred way to wrap remote participants (as daemons) but lately Kenneth hasn't had much time for support. It's still full of excellent ideas.
MIT, see LICENSE.txt