Creates a new sender link with the given name on the specified session.
async amqp.createSenderLink(sessionName : string, name : string, target : string): Promise<void>
This method creates a new sender link with the given Name on the session specified by SessionName and adds it to the Link* properties. If a link (sender or receiver) with the given Name already exists, or if no session with the given SessionName exists, an error will be thrown.
Target may be set to specify the address of the node at the remote host which should act as the receiver. This may not be necessary in all environments, in which case an empty string will suffice.
The LinkReadyToSend event will fire when a newly-created sender link is ready to send.
Sender links are created using the Mixed settle mode by default, letting the value of the MessageSettled property control whether each message is settled (the default) or unsettled when it is sent. The DefaultSenderSettleMode configuration setting can be used to control the settle mode that new sender links are created with. Refer to SendMessage for more information on message settlement in general.
AMQP 1.0's transport protocol has three layers: an overarching connection between two containers, the sessions opened on that connection, and the links (between the containers' nodes) attached to those sessions.