Python Language Introduction to RabbitMQ using AMQPStorm How to publish messages to RabbitMQ


Example

Start with importing the library.

from amqpstorm import Connection
from amqpstorm import Message

Next we need to open a connection to the RabbitMQ server.

connection = Connection('127.0.0.1', 'guest', 'guest')

After that we need to set up a channel. Each connection can have multiple channels, and in general when performing multi-threaded tasks, it's recommended (but not required) to have one per thread.

channel = connection.channel()

Once we have our channel set up, we can start to prepare our message.

# Message Properties.
properties = {
    'content_type': 'text/plain',
    'headers': {'key': 'value'}
}

# Create the message.
message = Message.create(channel=channel, body='Hello World!', properties=properties)

Now we can publish the message by simply calling publish and providing a routing_key. In this case we are going to send the message to a queue called simple_queue.

message.publish(routing_key='simple_queue')