|tagger||Ian Boston <email@example.com>||Wed Oct 05 10:00:07 2016 +0000|
|author||Ian Boston <firstname.lastname@example.org>||Wed Oct 05 10:00:07 2016 +0000|
|committer||Ian Boston <email@example.com>||Wed Oct 05 10:00:07 2016 +0000|
[maven-release-plugin] copy for tag org.apache.sling.mom-1.0.0 git-svn-id: https://svn.apache.org/repos/asf/sling/tags/org.apache.sling.mom-1.0.0@1763380 13f79535-47bb-0310-9956-ffa450edef68
This bundle contains an API to support 2 types of message passing. Pub/Sub and Queue. Pub/Sub message passing supports the publication of messages to multiple subscribers. Queue support guaranteed delivery of a message to one and only one receiver. Pub/Sub messages are organised by a Topic name. Queues are named. There are no implementation details in this bundle and no bindings to any one MoM implementation, although it is expected that this API could be implemented over either JMS or a AMQP client.
Messages that are sent to a topic by publishing are received by all subscribers that were active at the time the message is published.
To publish a message use the TopicManager API
topicManager.publish(String topic, Map<String, Object> message); where: topic is the name of the topic to which the message is published message is the message as a Map or Maps.
To subscribe to a topic the caller must also use the TopicManager API
Subscription subscription = subscribe(Subscriber subscriber, String topicNames,MessageFilter filter); where: subscription is a Subsctipion objects which must be disposed (call dispose()) when the subscription ends. topicNames is an array of topic names. messageFilter is a MessageFilter implementation that accepts only those messages the subscriber is interested in.
The API does not impose any stcuture on topic names, but the underlying implementation might.
A Queue implementation guarantees that messages will be delivered to one and only once QueueReader in the order in which the messages were added to the Queue. The QueueReader implementation may request to re-queue messages. The implementation should retry requeued messages after a suitable delay.
To add a message to a named queue use the QueueManager API
queueManager.add(String name, Map<String, Object> message); where: name is the name of the queue. message is the message in map of maps form.
To recieve messages from the queue ise the QueueManager API
QueueSession queueSession = queueManager.open( QueueReader queueReader, String name, MessageFilter messageFilter); where: queueSession is a QueueSession instance that must be closed (call close()) when the the queue reader requires no more messages, queueReader is a QueueReader implemetnation that will get delivered messages from the queue. name is the name of the queueu. messageFilter is a message filter intended to accept messages.
The QueueManager implementation will deliver messages to the queueReader.onMessage(...) method. The implementation of the QueueReader.onMessage method may process the message, returning normally, or request the message is requeued by throwing a RequeueMessageExption.