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NAME
    POE::Component::Client::AMQP - Asynchronous AMQP client implementation
    in POE

SYNOPSIS
      use POE::Component::Client::AMQP;

      Net::AMQP::Protocol->load_xml_spec('amqp0-8.xml');

      my $amq = Component::Client::AMQP->create(
          RemoteAddress => 'mq.domain.tld',
      );

      $amq->channel(1)->queue('frank')->subscribe(sub {
          my ($payload, $meta) = @_;

          my $reply_to = $meta->{header_frame}->reply_to;

          $amq->channel(1)->queue($reply_to)->publish("Message received");
      });

      $amq->run();

DESCRIPTION
    This module implements the Advanced Message Queue Protocol (AMQP) TCP/IP
    client. It's goal is to provide users with a quick and easy way of using
    AMQP while at the same time exposing the advanced functionality of the
    protocol if needed.

    The (de)serialization and representation logic is handled by Net::AMQP,
    which needs to be setup (via load_xml_spec()) prior to this client
    software running. Please see the docs there for further information on
    this.

USAGE
  create (...)
        Create a new AMQP client. Arguments to this method:

        *RemoteAddress* (default: 127.0.0.1)
            Connect to this host

        *RemotePort* (default: 5672)
        *Username* (default: guest)
        *Password* (default: guest)
        *VirtualHost* (default: /)
        *Logger* (default: simple screen logger)
            Provide an object which implements 'debug', 'info' and 'error'
            logging methods (such as Log::Log4perl).

        *Debug*
            This module provides extensive debugging options. These are
            specified as a hash as follows:

            *logic* (boolean)
                Display decisions the code is making

            *frame_input* (boolean)
            *frame_output* (boolean)
                Use the *frame_dumper* code to display frames that come in
                from or out to the server.

            *frame_dumper* (coderef)
                A coderef which, given a Net::AMQP::Frame object, will
                return a string representation of it, prefixed with "\n".

            *raw_input* (boolean)
            *raw_output* (boolean)
                Use the *raw_dumper* code to display raw data that comes in
                from or out to the server.

            *raw_dumper* (coderef)
                A coderef which, given a raw string, will return a byte
                representation of it, prefixed with "\n".

        *Alias* (default: amqp_client)
            The POE session alias of the main client session

        *AliasTCP* (default: tcp_client)
            The POE session alias of the TCP client

        *Callbacks* (default: {})
            Provide callbacks. At the moment, 'Startup' is the only
            recognized callback.

        *is_testing*
            Set to '1' to avoid creating POE::Sessions (mainly useful in t/
            scripts)

        Returns a class object.

CLASS METHODS
  do_when_startup (...)
        Pass a subref that should be executed after the client has connected
        and authenticated with the remote AMQP server. If the client is
        already connected and authenticated, the subref will be called
        immediately. Think: deferred.

  channel ($id)
        Call with an optional argument $id (1 - 65536). Returns a
        POE::Component::Client::AMQP::Channel object which can be used
        immediately.

  run ()
        Shortcut to calling $poe_kernel->run

  stop ()
        Shortcut to calling the POE state 'disconnect'

POE STATES
    The following are states you can post to to interact with the client.
    Use the alias defined in the "create()" call above.

  server_disconnect
        Send a Connection.Close request

  server_send (@output)
        Pass one or more Net::AMQP::Frame objects. For short hand, you may
        pass Net::AMQP::Protocol::Base objects, which will be automatically
        wrapped in the appropriate frame type, with channel 0. These frames
        will be written to the server. In the case of
        Net::AMQP::Frame::Method objects which are calling a synchronous
        method, the client will handle them one at a time, waiting until a
        synchronous method returns properly before sending further
        synchronous frames. This happens automatically.

SEE ALSO
    POE, Net::AMQP

COPYRIGHT
    Copyright (c) 2009 Eric Waters and XMission LLC
    (http://www.xmission.com/). All rights reserved. This program is free
    software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms
    as Perl itself.

    The full text of the license can be found in the LICENSE file included
    with this module.

AUTHOR
    Eric Waters <ewaters@gmail.com>