Appendix C. Using AMQ Broker with the examples
The AMQ Python examples require a running message broker with a queue named
examples. Use the procedures below to install and start the broker and define the queue.
C.1. Installing the broker
Follow the instructions in Getting Started with AMQ Broker to install the broker and create a broker instance. Enable anonymous access.
The following procedures refer to the location of the broker instance as
C.2. Starting the broker
artemis runcommand to start the broker.
$ <broker-instance-dir>/bin/artemis run
Check the console output for any critical errors logged during startup. The broker logs
Server is now livewhen it is ready.
$ example-broker/bin/artemis run __ __ ____ ____ _ /\ | \/ |/ __ \ | _ \ | | / \ | \ / | | | | | |_) |_ __ ___ | | _____ _ __ / /\ \ | |\/| | | | | | _ <| '__/ _ \| |/ / _ \ '__| / ____ \| | | | |__| | | |_) | | | (_) | < __/ | /_/ \_\_| |_|\___\_\ |____/|_| \___/|_|\_\___|_| Red Hat AMQ <version> 2020-06-03 12:12:11,807 INFO [org.apache.activemq.artemis.integration.bootstrap] AMQ101000: Starting ActiveMQ Artemis Server ... 2020-06-03 12:12:12,336 INFO [org.apache.activemq.artemis.core.server] AMQ221007: Server is now live ...
C.3. Creating a queue
In a new terminal, use the
artemis queue command to create a queue named
$ <broker-instance-dir>/bin/artemis queue create --name examples --address examples --auto-create-address --anycast
You are prompted to answer a series of yes or no questions. Answer
N for no to all of them.
Once the queue is created, the broker is ready for use with the example programs.
C.4. Stopping the broker
When you are done running the examples, use the
artemis stop command to stop the broker.
$ <broker-instance-dir>/bin/artemis stop
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