A STOMP client in Rust. Compatible with RabbitMQ, ActiveMQ.
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stomp-rs

stomp-rs provides a full STOMP 1.2 client implementation for the Rust programming language. This allows programs written in Rust to interact with message queueing services like ActiveMQ, RabbitMQ, HornetQ and OpenMQ.

  • Connect
  • Subscribe
  • Send
  • Acknowledge (Auto/Client/ClientIndividual)
  • Transactions
  • Receipts
  • Disconnect
  • Heartbeats

The APIs for stomp-rs are not yet stable and are likely to fluctuate before v1.0.

Examples

Connect / Subscribe / Send

extern crate stomp;
use stomp::frame::Frame;
use stomp::subscription::AckOrNack::Ack;

fn main() {
  
  let destination = "/topic/messages";
  let mut message_count: u64 = 0;

  let mut session = match stomp::session("127.0.0.1", 61613).start() {
      Ok(session) => session,
      Err(error)  => panic!("Could not connect to the server: {}", error)
   };
  
  session.subscription(destination, |frame: &Frame| {
    message_count += 1;
    println!("Received message #{}:\n{}", message_count, frame);
    Ack
  }).start();
  
  session.message(destination, "Animal").send();
  session.message(destination, "Vegetable").send();
  session.message(destination, "Mineral").send();
  
  session.listen(); // Loops infinitely, awaiting messages

  session.disconnect();
}

Session Configuration

use stomp::header::header::Header;
use stomp::connection::{HeartBeat, Credentials};
// ...
let mut session = match stomp::session("127.0.0.1", 61613)
  .with(Credentials("sullivan", "m1k4d0"))
  .with(HeartBeat(5000, 2000))
  .with(Header::new("custom-client-id", "hmspna4"))
  .start() {
      Ok(session) => session,
      Err(error)  => panic!("Could not connect to the server: {}", error)
   };

Message Configuration

use stomp::header::{Header, SuppressedHeader, ContentType};
// ...
session.message(destination, "Hypoteneuse".as_bytes())
  .with(ContentType("text/plain"))
  .with(Header::new("persistent", "true"))
  .with(SuppressedHeader("content-length")
  .send();

Subscription Configuration

use stomp::subscription::AckMode;
use stomp::header::Header;
use stomp::frame::Frame;
// ...
  let id = session.subscription(destination, |frame: &Frame| {
    message_count += 1;
    println!("Received message #{}:\n{}", message_count, frame);
    Ack
  })
  .with(AckMode::Client)
  .with(Header::new("custom-subscription-header", "lozenge"))
  .start();

Transactions

match session.begin_transaction() {
  Ok(mut transaction) => {
    transaction.message(destination, "Animal").send();
    transaction.message(destination, "Vegetable").send();
    transaction.message(destination, "Mineral").send();
    transaction.commit();
},
  Err(error)  => panic!("Could not connect to the server: {}", error)
};

Handling RECEIPT frames

If you include a ReceiptHandler in your message, the client will request that the server send a receipt when it has successfully processed the frame.

session.message(destination, "text/plain", "Hypoteneuse".as_bytes())
  .with(ReceiptHandler::new(|frame: &Frame| println!("Got a receipt for 'Hypoteneuse'.")))
  .send();

Handling ERROR frames

To handle errors, you can register an error handler

session.on_error(|frame: &Frame| {
  panic!("ERROR frame received:\n{}", frame);
});

Manipulating inbound and outbound frames

In some cases, brokers impose rules or restrictions which may make it necessary to directly modify frames in ways that are not conveniently exposed by the API. In such cases, you can use the on_before_send and on_before_receive methods to specify a callback to perform this custom logic prior to the sending or receipt of each frame.

For example:

// Require that all NACKs include a header specifying an optional requeue policy
session.on_before_send(|frame: &mut Frame| {
  if frame.command == "NACK" {
    frame.headers.push(Header::new("requeue", "false"));
  }
});

session.on_before_receive(|frame: &mut Frame| {
  if frame.command == "MESSAGE" {
    // Modify the frame
  }
});

Cargo.toml

[package]

name = "stomp_test"
version = "0.0.1"
authors = ["your_name_here"]

[[bin]]

name = "stomp_test"

[dependencies.stomp]

stomp = "*"

keywords: Stomp, Rust, rust-lang, rustlang, cargo, ActiveMQ, RabbitMQ, HornetQ, OpenMQ, Message Queue, MQ