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5bc0b01 Feb 21, 2016
@videlalvaro @jeffreydwalter @brikou
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<?php
include(__DIR__ . '/config.php');
use PhpAmqpLib\Connection\AMQPStreamConnection;
use PhpAmqpLib\Message\AMQPMessage;
$exchange = 'basic_get_test';
$queue = 'basic_get_queue';
$connection = new AMQPStreamConnection(HOST, PORT, USER, PASS, VHOST);
$channel = $connection->channel();
/*
The following code is the same both in the consumer and the producer.
In this way we are sure we always have a queue to consume from and an
exchange where to publish messages.
*/
/*
name: $queue
passive: false
durable: true // the queue will survive server restarts
exclusive: false // the queue can be accessed in other channels
auto_delete: false //the queue won't be deleted once the channel is closed.
*/
$channel->queue_declare($queue, false, true, false, false);
/*
name: $exchange
type: direct
passive: false
durable: true // the exchange will survive server restarts
auto_delete: false //the exchange won't be deleted once the channel is closed.
*/
$channel->exchange_declare($exchange, 'direct', false, true, false);
$channel->queue_bind($queue, $exchange);
$toSend = new AMQPMessage('test message', array('content_type' => 'text/plain', 'delivery_mode' => 2));
$channel->basic_publish($toSend, $exchange);
$message = $channel->basic_get($queue);
$channel->basic_ack($message->delivery_info['delivery_tag']);
var_dump($message->body);
$channel->close();
$connection->close();