kandi X-RAY | queue-service Summary
kandi X-RAY | queue-service Summary
Simple Queue Service implementing inmemory, file and a adapter for sqs
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Pull a single message from a queue
- Adds a message back to the queue
- Compares two PushRequest objects
- Compares two QueueRequest objects
- Pushes a single message onto a queue
- Adds a new line in the queue
- Creates a hashCode of this message
- Creates a hashCode of this queue
- Returns a hashCode of this message
- Deletes a message from the queue
- Doubles the hash code of this receipt handle
- Create a file queue
- Compares this delete request to another delete request
- Returns the hashCode of this message
- Pulls a single message from a queue
- Pushes a single message to a queue
- Compares PullRequest objects for equality
- Compares this message with the specified message
- Deletes a message
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Trending Discussions on queue-service
I'm following this tutorial and I can get it all working just fine using the console. I've converted the SQS queue and API creation to CloudFormation, but can't get the API method integration to work. I've used Former2 to convert the working method to CloudFormation (shown below) but I continue to get this error:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Mar-22 at 21:14
I think the trouble seems to me is coming from here
I'm migrating my code from
Azure.Storage.Queues. In my app, I wrapped all queue operations I use in a
MyQueueClient class. The old way of creating a queue client was as follows:
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Nov-18 at 06:03
You can use the code below:
I'm basically a scala developer and i have project in scala - sbt recently i've started using kotlin and trying to some parts of my code in to kotlin. I need help in understanding gradle build system. db-service queue-service business-logic processor-code depends on projects on db-service, queue-service and business logic another project "X" depends on queue-service and some other service. Usually in sbt this is something very straight forward you can use ProjectRef to include these projects as dependencies. How do i achieve the same with gradle? Thanks in advance
//Update sample build.sbt...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Jan-06 at 15:24
While it's true that you can only depend on other sub-projects, technically, that's still possible with Gradle.
project A is a Gradle project, you could pack it with
gradle jar command. Then you could move the produced JAR to wherever you want, but probably to your
my app project.
Now it's possible to launch an arbitrary command from Gradle using
What's more, you can even write your own Kotlin/Groovy function inside Gradle to do that for you.
That's what SBT is doing for you, actually.
I have integrated a API Gateway with FIFO SQS queue using below link https://medium.com/@pranaysankpal/aws-api-gateway-proxy-for-sqs-simple-queue-service-5b08fe18ce50
Below is the snippet of role policy...
ANSWERAnswered 2019-Dec-16 at 09:45
You need to add
MessageDeduplicationId to the URL Query String Parameters in Method Execution. Same way you did for
You'll also need to add
MessageDeduplicationId to Integration Request. Again the same way you did with
I'm using the receiveMessage method of AWS SQS SDK to do do,
But I'm getting an error while doing so.
Following is the code snippet I'm running -
ANSWERAnswered 2019-Jun-25 at 20:50
Have you tried using http:// in front of the queue name? I don't use node.js, but in c# I give it the whole url, including the http://
I wanted my shell script for integration tests to wait until Kafka is up. I tried this command to fetch topics from Kafka, but it reported even before Docker compose showed
[KafkaServer id=1001] started (kafka.server.KafkaServer). Maybe it was reading from Zookeeper instead of Kafka.
ANSWERAnswered 2018-Dec-06 at 15:39
Here's a little trick I use for Kafka Connect, that you could apply to Kafka brokers too with appropriate modification of the log string expected:
We have setup a CI for Google App deployment and it has been working fine until yesterday, we are having trouble deploying to Google App Engine, the error is shown as below:...
ANSWERAnswered 2018-Oct-03 at 01:41
As suggested in the Google Issue Tracker:
Hi, when you try to deploy, were you overwriting an existing version? If yes, could you please try to deploy a version with a new name instead of overwriting it? It seems the error you observed is a known issue so this will be a workaround for the moment as the App Engine engineering team works on this issue.
I tried deploying to a new version and it works, then I switch it back to overwriting the existing version and it works again. (*works for other applications as well.)
We are still not sure what is the cause of this sudden issue though.
P/S: I also added permission to my CI service in the bucket with "Storage Legacy Bucket Owner"
I'm simulating a model on Anylogic, composed by 4 blocks: source-queue-service-sink.
I have 3 classes of priority (low, medium, high) with which I have to organize the "priority-based" queue. So:
- the 70% of the agents must be associated to the "high";
- the 20% of the agents to the "medium";
- the 10% of the agents to the "low".
And the queue should work like this: highs first, then mediums and lows at the end.
How can I do this? Should I work with arrays maybe?...
ANSWERAnswered 2018-Feb-28 at 22:57
First you need to have a variable in your agent called priority... To associate randomly the priority, the default value of that variable should be:
I created a Producer with symfony 3
ANSWERAnswered 2017-Feb-13 at 13:50
I think it should be
var rabbitMQ = amqp.connect("amqp://user:firstname.lastname@example.org:55672"});
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Run "mvn clean install -P [environment] "
Possible environments are: local, dev, test, stage, prod
Default profile is local
If you use Maven, add the dependency in your pom.xml <dependency> <groupId>com.example</groupId> <artifactId>queue-service</artifactId> <version>1.0.1</version> </dependency>
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