How to create RabbitMQ Exchange


RabbitMQ Exchange Create Step by Step:

I hope you have successfully installed RabbitMQ in your respective system, if not follow below steps.

  • Install RabbitMQ in windows.
  • Install RabbitMQ in Linux.

Let’s create new Exchange open http://localhost:15672 in browser. Enter respective credentials default (guest/guest).
For Linux system you have to enable or set password through CLI after enabling web management console.

RabbitMQ Login

After login successfully in RabbitMQ, click on exchange Tab as shown below:

RabbitMQ Click Exchange Tab

Scroll down of the page and click Add a new exchange as show below:

RabbitMQ Click Add Exchange

Enter respective details of exchange as shown below:

RabbitMQ Enter exchange details

Some of Important RabbitMQ Exchange Properties:

  • Name
  • Type
  • Durability
  • Auto Delete
  • Internal

Let’s see all above properties in details:

  • Name: Set unique name for exchange.
  • Type: Please select respective exchange type as explained above as per your requirement.
  • Durability: By setting this property you can make sure message will survive or not post starting of server.
    • Durable: Message will survive even post restarting of server and these data will be stored in server memory.
    • Transient: In this case message will be deleted after restarting of server.
  • Auto Delete: By using auto delete property, we can set whether an exchange can delete if we unbind assigned queue.
  • Internal: If we set this property yes, then the exchange may not be used directly by publishers, but only when bound to other exchanges.
  • Alternate-exchange: If there is an issue in publishing message to exchange, then by using this property, we can specify an alternate exchange to send a message to queue.

As we learned about exchange creation in RabbitMQ now next steps is how to create queue in RabbitMQ.

How to create queue in RabbitMQ


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