xlabs/rabbitmqbundle

RabbitMQ wrapper bundle

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Type:symfony-bundle

1.0.8 2022-05-17 13:35 UTC

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README

A Symfony2 RabbitMQ wrapper.

Installation

Install through composer:

php -d memory_limit=-1 composer.phar require xlabs/rabbitmqbundle

In your AppKernel

public function registerbundles()
{
    return [
    	...
    	...
    	new XLabs\RabbitMQBundle\XLabsRabbitMQBundle(),
    ];
}

Configuration sample

Default values are shown below:

# app/config/config.yml
  
x_labs_rabbit_mq:
    host: 192.168.5.26
    port: 5672
    vhost: '/'
    user: admin
    password: admin
    exchange: gamification_exchange
    api_port: 15672
    queue_prefix: gamification_

Usage

First define your custom producer and its consumer:

# YourBundle/Resources/config/services.yml
    ...
    my_custom_producer:
        class: YourBundle\YourFolder\Producer
        parent: xlabs_rmq_producer
        shared: false
    my_custom_consumer:
        class: YourBundle\YourFolder\Consumer
        tags:
            - { name: console.command }

Your Producer class:

# YourBundle\YourFolder\Producer.php
  
namespace YourBundle\YourFolder;
  
use XLabs\RabbitMQBundle\RabbitMQ\Producer as Parent_Producer;
  
class Producer extends Parent_Producer
{
    public static function getQueueName()
    {
        // set your custom queue name for this producer here
        return 'my_custom_queue_name';
    }
  
    // if you need to modify the data sent in the message, create the following function
    public function _process($data)
    {
        // here you can deal with the data in the message if needed before being consumed
    }
}

Your Consumer class:

# YourBundle\YourFolder\Consumer.php
  
namespace YourBundle\YourFolder;
  
use XLabs\RabbitMQBundle\RabbitMQ\Consumer as Parent_Consumer;
  
class Consumer extends Parent_Consumer
{
    // set your custom consumer command name
    protected static $consumer = 'my_custom_name:bla_bla_bla';
    
    // set a TTL > 0 to automatically close the consumer after period
    // set TTL = 0 or dont set it to not close the consumer
    protected $ttl = 0; // seconds
  
    // following function is required as it is
    protected function configure()
    {
        $this
            ->setName(self::$consumer)
        ;
    }
  
    // following function is required as it is
    public function getQueueName()
    {
        return Producer::getQueueName();
    }
  
    public function callback($msg)
    {
        // this is all sample code to output something on screen 
        $container = $this->getApplication()->getKernel()->getContainer();
  
        $msg = json_decode($msg->body);
  
        echo "\n".$this->getQueueName()." - ".date('H:i:s d-m-Y')."\n";
        echo "--------------------------------------------\n";
        foreach($msg as $i => $tracker_item)
        {
            echo $i." : ".$tracker_item."\n";
        }
    }
}

At this point you can already call your producer:

$container->get('my_custom_producer')->process(array(
    'key1' => 'value1',
    'key2' => 'value2',
    'key3' => 'value3'
));

And running the consumer:

php app/console my_custom_name:bla_bla_bla

Requirements

Make sure to add "management" tag to the rabbitmq user in order to use the API.

sudo rabbitmqctl set_user_tags USERNAME management