astepin/rabbitmq-module

Integrates php-amqplib with Zend Framework 3 and RabbitMq

2.0.2 2017-10-25 14:04 UTC

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Integrates php-amqplib with Zend Framework 3 and RabbitMq.

Inspired from RabbitMqBundle for Symfony 2

Usage

Connections

You can configure multiple connections in configuration:

return [
    'rabbitmq_module' => [
        'connection' => [
            // connection name
            'default' => [ // default values
                'type' => 'stream', // Available: stream, socket, ssl, lazy
                'host' => 'localhost',
                'port' => 5672,
                'username' => 'guest',
                'password' => 'guest',
                'vhost' => '/',
                'insist' => false,
                'read_write_timeout' => 2,
                'keep_alive' => false,
                'connection_timeout' => 3,
                'heartbeat' => 0
            ]
        ]
    ]
]

Option classes

You can find all available options here:

Retrieve the service

You can retrieve the connection from service locator:

// Getting the 'default' connection
/** @var \Zend\ServiceManager\ServiceLocatorInterface $serviceLocator **/
$connection = $serviceLocator->get('rabbitmq.connection.default');

Producers

You can configure multiple producers in configuration:

return [
    'rabbitmq_module' => [
        'producer' => [
            'producer_name' => [
                'connection' => 'default', // the connection name
                'exchange' => [
                    'type' => 'direct',
                    'name' => 'exchange-name',
                    'durable' => true,      // (default)
                    'auto_delete' => false, // (default)
                    'internal' => false,    // (default)
                    'no_wait' => false,     // (default)
                    'declare' => true,      // (default)
                    'arguments' => [],      // (default)
                    'ticket' => 0,          // (default)
                    'exchange_binds' => []  // (default)
                ],
                'queue' => [ // optional queue
                    'name' => 'queue-name' // can be an empty string,
                    'type' => null,         // (default)
                    'passive' => false,     // (default)
                    'durable' => true,      // (default)
                    'auto_delete' => false, // (default)
                    'exclusive' => false,   // (default)
                    'no_wait' => false,     // (default)
                    'arguments' => [],      // (default)
                    'ticket' => 0,          // (default)
                    'routing_keys' => []    // (default)
                ],
                'auto_setup_fabric_enabled' => true // auto-setup exchanges and queues
            ]
        ]
    ]
]

Option classes

You can find all available options here:

Retrieve the service

You can retrieve the producer from service locator:

// Getting a producer
/** @var \Zend\ServiceManager\ServiceLocatorInterface $serviceLocator **/
/** @var \RabbitMqModule\ProducerInterface $producer **/
$producer = $serviceLocator->get('rabbitmq.producer.producer_name');

// Sending a message
$producer->publish(json_encode(['foo' => 'bar']));

Consumers

You can configure multiple consumers in configuration:

return [
    'rabbitmq_module' => [
        'consumer' => [
            'consumer_name' => [
                'description' => 'Consumer description',
                'connection' => 'default', // the connection name
                'exchange' => [
                    'type' => 'direct',
                    'name' => 'exchange-name'
                ],
                'queue' => [
                    'name' => 'queue-name' // can be an empty string,
                    'routing_keys' => [
                        // optional routing keys
                    ]
                ],
                'auto_setup_fabric_enabled' => true, // auto-setup exchanges and queues
                'qos' => [
                    // optional QOS options for RabbitMQ
                    'prefetch_size' => 0,
                    'prefetch_count' => 1,
                    'global' => false
                ],
                'callback' => 'my-service-name',
            ]
        ]
    ]
]

Option classes

You can find all available options here:

Callback

The callback key must contain one of the following:

  • A callable: a closure or an invokable object that receive an PhpAmqpLib\Message\AMQPMessage object.
  • An instance of RabbitMqModule\\ConsumerInterface.
  • A string service name in service locator (can be anything callable or an instance of RabbitMqModule\\ConsumerInterface.

Take a look on RabbitMqModule\\ConsumerInterface class constants for available return values.

If your callback return false than the message will be rejected and requeued.

If your callback return anything else different from false and one of ConsumerInterfaceconstants, the default response is like MSG_ACKconstant.

Retrieve the service

You can retrieve the consumer from service locator:

// Getting a consumer
/** @var \Zend\ServiceManager\ServiceLocatorInterface $serviceLocator **/
/** @var \RabbitMqModule\Consumer $consumer **/
$consumer = $serviceLocator->get('rabbitmq.consumer.consumer_name');

// Start consumer
$consumer->consume();

There is a console command available to list and start consumers. See below.

Consumer Example

use PhpAmqpLib\Message\AMQPMessage;
use RabbitMqModule\ConsumerInterface;

class FetchProposalsConsumer implements ConsumerInterface
{
    /**
     * @param AMQPMessage $message
     *
     * @return int
     */
    public function execute(AMQPMessage $message)
    {
        $data = json_decode($message->body, true);

        try {
            // do something...
        } catch (\PDOException $e) {
            return ConsumerInterface::MSG_REJECT_REQUEUE;
        } catch (\Exception $e) {
            return ConsumerInterface::MSG_REJECT;
        }

        return ConsumerInterface::MSG_ACK;
    }
}

Exchange2exchange binding

You can configure exchange2exchange binding in producers or consumers. Example:

return [
    'rabbitmq_module' => [
        'consumer' => [
            'consumer_name' => [
                // ...
                'exchange' => [
                    'type' => 'fanout',
                    'name' => 'exchange_to_bind_to',
                    'exchange_binds' => [
                        [
                            'exchange' => [
                                'type' => 'fanout',
                                'name' => 'main_exchange'
                            ],
                            'routing_keys' => [
                                '#'
                            ]
                        ]
                    ]
                ],
            ]
        ]
    ]
]

Console usage

There are some console commands available:

  • rabbitmq-module setup-fabric: Setup fabric for each service, declaring exchanges and queues
  • rabbitmq-module list consumers: List available consumers
  • rabbitmq-module consumer <name> [--without-signals|-w]: Start a consumer by name
  • rabbitmq-module rpc_server <name> [--without-signals|-w]: Start a rpc server by name
  • rabbitmq-module stdin-producer <name> [--route=] <msg>: Send a message with a producer