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Dotnet C# code for RabbitMQ tutorials

Here you can find the C# code examples for RabbitMQ tutorials.

To successfully use the examples you will need a running RabbitMQ server.


Requirements on Windows

We're using the command line (start->run cmd.exe) to compile and run -p the code. Alternatively you could use Visual Studio and NuGet package, but this set of tutorials assumes the command line.

Requirements on Linux


Each command is best run in a separate console/terminal instance run from the root of the tutorial directory.

First run the recompile.sh script. This will run dotnet restore and build each project which is required before they can be run. Alternatively or if you are on windows cd into each project and run dotnet restore manually.

Tutorial one: "Hello World!"

dotnet run -p Receive/Receive.csproj
dotnet run -p Send/Send.csproj

Tutorial two: Work Queues

dotnet run -p Worker/Worker.csproj
dotnet run -p NewTask/NewTask.csproj

Tutorial three: Publish/Subscribe

dotnet run -p ReceiveLogs/ReceiveLogs.csproj
dotnet run -p EmitLog/EmitLog.csproj

Tutorial four: Routing

dotnet run -p ReceiveLogsDirect/ReceiveLogsDirect.csproj info
dotnet run -p EmitLogDirect/EmitLogDirect.csproj

Tutorial five: Topics

dotnet run -p ReceiveLogsTopic/ReceiveLogsTopic.csproj anonymous.info
dotnet run -p EmitLogTopic/EmitLogTopic.csproj

Tutorial six: RPC

dotnet run -p RPCServer/RPCServer.csproj
dotnet run -p RPCClient/RPCClient.csproj