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AMQPClassic Class

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An easy-to-use AMQP 0.9.1 client implementation, with support for RabbitMQ extensions.

Syntax

class ipworksmq.AMQPClassic

Remarks

The AMQPClassic class provides an easy-to-use AMQP 0.9.1 client implementation, and it also supports certain RabbitMQ extensions to the AMQP 0.9.1 specification. The class supports both plaintext and TLS-enabled connections over TCP.

Connecting

The AMQP 0.9.1 transport protocol has two layers: an overall connection between the client and server, and one or more channels running over that connection.

The class implements both layers, so the first step is to initiate the overall connection. Set the auth_scheme, user, password, ssl_enabled, and virtual_host properties if necessary, then call the connect_to method, passing it the server's hostname and port number. (If the server in question is not running RabbitMQ, disabling the RabbitMQCompatible configuration setting before connecting is also recommended.)

The next step is to create at least one channel, which can be accomplished by using the create_channel method. The class allows creating any number of channels, up to the limit specified by the MaxChannelCount configuration setting.

Connecting and Creating a Channel // The examples in this documentation use a RabbitMQ server, which requires SASL Plain auth. amqpc1.AuthScheme = AmqpclassicAuthSchemes.smSASLPlain; amqpc1.User = "guest"; amqpc1.Password = "guest"; amqpc1.SSLEnabled = true; amqpc1.ConnectTo("amqpclassic.test-server.com", 5671); amqpc1.CreateChannel("channel");

Once the class has connected to the server, and one or more channels have been opened, the class can begin manipulating exchanges and queues, publishing messages, and creating consumers.

Note that most AMQP 0.9.1 operations can themselves vary in their complexity. The examples below are intentionally simple for the sake of clarity and brevity, but links are provided for many other parts of the class's API where more detail can be found.

Declaring Exchanges

The declare_exchange method is used to declare (i.e., create, or verify the existence of) exchanges on the server. While all AMQP servers provide a default, direct-type exchange that all queues are bound to automatically (using their name as the routing key), more complex use-cases will often require creating additional exchanges of varying types.

Declaring an Exchange // Declare a direct-type exchange. amqpc1.DeclareExchange("channel", "MyExchange", "direct", false, false, false, false);

Exchanges can also be deleted using the delete_exchange method.

Declaring Queues

The declare_queue method is used to declare (i.e., create, or verify the existence of) queues on the server. Unlike with exchanges, the server does not provide any queues by default, so declaring a queue is always necessary (unless one has already been created by another client, or configured ahead-of-time on the server itself).

Declaring a Queue // Declare a queue. amqpc1.DeclareQueue("channel", "MyQueue", false, false, false, false, false);

Queues may also be deleted or purged using the delete_queue and purge_queue methods.

Binding Queues to Exchanges

The bind_queue method is used to bind a queue to an exchange. Exchanges use the information held by their queue bindings to determine which messages to forward to which queues.

Note that all AMQP 0.9.1 servers automatically bind all queues to their default exchange (which is always a direct exchange with no name) using each queue's name as the binding's routing key. This makes it easy to send a message to a specific queue without having to declare bindings; just call publish_message, pass empty string for ExchangeName, and the name of the desired queue for RoutingKey.

Binding a Queue to an Exchange // Bind a queue to an exchange. Messages will only be delivered to the queue if their routing key is "MyRoutingKey". amqpc1.BindQueue("channel", "MyQueue", "MyExchange", "MyRoutingKey", false);

Queues can also be unbound from exchanges using the unbind_queue method.

Publishing Messages

To publish a message, populate the Message* properties, and then call the publish_message method.

Publishing a Message amqpc1.Message.Body = "Hello, world!"; // Publish a message to the server's default (no-name) exchange, using the name of a specific queue as the routing key. amqpc1.PublishMessage("channel", "", "MyQueue", false, false); // Publish a message to the "MyExchange" exchange, using the routing key "MyRoutingKey". amqpc1.PublishMessage("channel", "MyExchange", "MyRoutingKey", false, false);

Note that outgoing messages may be handled differently by the server if the channel they are sent over is in transaction or (for RabbitMQ only) "publish confirmations" mode. Refer to the enable_transaction_mode and enable_publish_confirms methods for more information.

Receiving Messages

There are two possible ways for the class to receive a message:

  • Messages can be asynchronously pushed to the class from the server. At any point in time, the server may push a message to the class from a queue that the consume method has been used to attach a consumer to.
  • Messages can be synchronously pulled from the server by the class. The fetch_message method is used to attempt to pull (or "fetch") messages from a specific queue.

Regardless of how they are received, all incoming messages cause the ReceivedMessage* properties to be populated and the on_message_in event to fire.

Receiving a Message // MessageIn event handler. amqpc1.OnMessageIn += (s, e) => { if (e.MessageCount == -1) { // The server pushed a message to us asynchronously due to a consumer we created. Console.WriteLine("The server pushed this message to us via consumer '" + e.ConsumerTag + "':"); Console.WriteLine(amqpc1.ReceivedMessage.Body); } else if (e.DeliveryTag > 0) { // We pulled a message from a queue with the FetchMessage() method. Console.WriteLine("Message successfully pulled:"); Console.WriteLine(amqpc1.ReceivedMessage.Body); Console.WriteLine(e.MessageCount + " messages are still available to pull."); } else { // We tried to pull a message, but there were none available to pull. Console.WriteLine("No messages available to pull."); } }; // Attach a consumer to "MyQueue". amqpc1.Consume("channel", "MyQueue", "consumerTag", false, true, false, false); // Or, try to fetch a message from "MyQueue". amqpc1.FetchMessage("channel", "MyQueue", true);

Note that the on_message_in event always fires if fetch_message is called successfully, even if there were no messages available to fetch; refer to on_message_in for more information.

Property List


The following is the full list of the properties of the class with short descriptions. Click on the links for further details.

argument_countThe number of records in the Argument arrays.
argument_nameThe table property's name.
argument_valueThe table property's value.
argument_value_typeThe table property's value type.
auth_schemeThe authentication scheme to use when connecting.
channel_countThe number of records in the Channel arrays.
channel_acceptWhether the channel is currently accepting new messages from the server.
channel_modeWhat mode the channel is operating in.
channel_nameThe name of the channel.
channel_ready_to_sendWhether the channel is ready to send a message.
client_property_countThe number of records in the ClientProperty arrays.
client_property_nameThe table property's name.
client_property_valueThe table property's value.
client_property_value_typeThe table property's value type.
connectedThis property triggers a connection or disconnection.
firewall_auto_detectThis property tells the class whether or not to automatically detect and use firewall system settings, if available.
firewall_typeThis property determines the type of firewall to connect through.
firewall_hostThis property contains the name or IP address of firewall (optional).
firewall_passwordThis property contains a password if authentication is to be used when connecting through the firewall.
firewall_portThis property contains the transmission control protocol (TCP) port for the firewall Host .
firewall_userThis property contains a user name if authentication is to be used connecting through a firewall.
heartbeatThe heartbeat timeout value.
incoming_message_countThe number of records in the IncomingMessage arrays.
incoming_message_app_idThe Id of the application that created the message.
incoming_message_bodyThe message body.
incoming_message_channel_nameThe name of the channel the message is associated with.
incoming_message_content_encodingThe content encoding of the message's body.
incoming_message_content_typeThe content type (MIME type) of the message's body.
incoming_message_correlation_idThe correlation Id of the message.
incoming_message_delivery_modeThe delivery mode of the message.
incoming_message_expirationThe time-to-live value for this message.
incoming_message_headersHeaders associated with the message.
incoming_message_idThe unique Id of the message.
incoming_message_priorityThe priority of the message.
incoming_message_reply_toThe address to send replies to for the message.
incoming_message_timestampThe message's timestamp.
incoming_message_typeThe message's type.
incoming_message_user_idThe identity of the user responsible for producing the message.
local_hostThe name of the local host or user-assigned IP interface through which connections are initiated or accepted.
local_portThe TCP port in the local host where the class binds.
message_app_idThe Id of the application that created the message.
message_bodyThe message body.
message_channel_nameThe name of the channel the message is associated with.
message_content_encodingThe content encoding of the message's body.
message_content_typeThe content type (MIME type) of the message's body.
message_correlation_idThe correlation Id of the message.
message_delivery_modeThe delivery mode of the message.
message_expirationThe time-to-live value for this message.
message_headersHeaders associated with the message.
message_idThe unique Id of the message.
message_priorityThe priority of the message.
message_reply_toThe address to send replies to for the message.
message_timestampThe message's timestamp.
message_typeThe message's type.
message_user_idThe identity of the user responsible for producing the message.
outgoing_message_countThe number of records in the OutgoingMessage arrays.
outgoing_message_app_idThe Id of the application that created the message.
outgoing_message_bodyThe message body.
outgoing_message_channel_nameThe name of the channel the message is associated with.
outgoing_message_content_encodingThe content encoding of the message's body.
outgoing_message_content_typeThe content type (MIME type) of the message's body.
outgoing_message_correlation_idThe correlation Id of the message.
outgoing_message_delivery_modeThe delivery mode of the message.
outgoing_message_expirationThe time-to-live value for this message.
outgoing_message_headersHeaders associated with the message.
outgoing_message_idThe unique Id of the message.
outgoing_message_priorityThe priority of the message.
outgoing_message_reply_toThe address to send replies to for the message.
outgoing_message_timestampThe message's timestamp.
outgoing_message_typeThe message's type.
outgoing_message_user_idThe identity of the user responsible for producing the message.
passwordA password to use for SASL authentication.
queue_message_countThe message count returned by various queue operations.
received_message_app_idThe Id of the application that created the message.
received_message_bodyThe message body.
received_message_channel_nameThe name of the channel the message is associated with.
received_message_content_encodingThe content encoding of the message's body.
received_message_content_typeThe content type (MIME type) of the message's body.
received_message_correlation_idThe correlation Id of the message.
received_message_delivery_modeThe delivery mode of the message.
received_message_expirationThe time-to-live value for this message.
received_message_headersHeaders associated with the message.
received_message_idThe unique Id of the message.
received_message_priorityThe priority of the message.
received_message_reply_toThe address to send replies to for the message.
received_message_timestampThe message's timestamp.
received_message_typeThe message's type.
received_message_user_idThe identity of the user responsible for producing the message.
remote_hostThis property includes the address of the remote host. Domain names are resolved to IP addresses.
remote_portThe port of the AQMP server (default is 5672). The default port for SSL is 5671.
server_property_countThe number of records in the ServerProperty arrays.
server_property_nameThe table property's name.
server_property_valueThe table property's value.
server_property_value_typeThe table property's value type.
ssl_accept_server_cert_encodedThis is the certificate (PEM/base64 encoded).
ssl_cert_encodedThis is the certificate (PEM/base64 encoded).
ssl_cert_storeThis is the name of the certificate store for the client certificate.
ssl_cert_store_passwordIf the type of certificate store requires a password, this property is used to specify the password needed to open the certificate store.
ssl_cert_store_typeThis is the type of certificate store for this certificate.
ssl_cert_subjectThis is the subject of the certificate used for client authentication.
ssl_enabledWhether TLS/SSL is enabled.
ssl_providerThis specifies the SSL/TLS implementation to use.
ssl_server_cert_encodedThis is the certificate (PEM/base64 encoded).
timeoutA timeout for the class.
userA username to use for SASL authentication.
virtual_hostThe virtual host to connect to.

Method List


The following is the full list of the methods of the class with short descriptions. Click on the links for further details.

bind_queueBinds a queue to an exchange.
cancel_consumeCancels an existing consumer.
close_channelCloses a channel.
commit_transactionCommits the current transaction for a channel.
configSets or retrieves a configuration setting.
connectThis method connects to a remote host.
connect_toThis method connects to a remote host.
consumeStarts a new consumer for a given queue.
create_channelCreates a new channel.
declare_exchangeVerifies that an exchange exists, potentially creating it if necessary.
declare_queueVerifies that a queue exists, potentially creating it if necessary.
delete_exchangeDeletes an exchange.
delete_queueDeletes a queue.
disconnectThis method disconnects from the remote host.
do_eventsProcesses events from the internal message queue.
enable_publish_confirmsEnables publish confirmations mode for a channel.
enable_transaction_modeEnables transaction mode for a channel.
fetch_messageAttempts to fetch a message from a given queue.
interruptInterrupt the current action and disconnects from the remote host.
publish_messagePublishes a message.
purge_queuePurges all messages from a queue.
recoverRequest that the server redeliver all messages on a given channel that have not been acknowledged.
resetReset the class.
reset_messageResets the Message properties.
rollback_transactionRolls back the current transaction for a channel.
set_channel_acceptDisables or enables message acceptance for a given channel.
set_qosRequests a specific quality of service (QoS).
unbind_queueRemoves a previously-created queue binding.

Event List


The following is the full list of the events fired by the class with short descriptions. Click on the links for further details.

on_channel_ready_to_sendFires when a channel is ready to send messages.
on_connectedThis event is fired immediately after a connection completes (or fails).
on_connection_statusThis event is fired to indicate changes in the connection state.
on_disconnectedThis event is fired when a connection is closed.
on_errorInformation about errors during data delivery.
on_logFires once for each log message.
on_message_inFires when a message is received; as well as when an attempt is made to fetch a message from a currently empty queue.
on_message_outFires when a message is published.
on_message_returnedFires if a previously published message is returned by the server due to it being undeliverable.
on_ssl_server_authenticationFired after the server presents its certificate to the client.
on_ssl_statusShows the progress of the secure connection.

Config Settings


The following is a list of config settings for the class with short descriptions. Click on the links for further details.

AuthorizationIdentityThe value to use as the authorization identity when SASL authentication is used.
ConsumerTagThe consumer tag associated with the most recently created consumer.
LocaleThe desired message locale to use.
LocalesThe message locales supported by the server.
LogLevelThe level of detail that is logged.
MaxChannelCountThe maximum number of channels.
MaxFrameSizeThe maximum frame size.
MechanismsThe authentication mechanisms supported by the server.
NackMultipleWhether negative acknowledgments should be cumulative or not.
ProtocolVersionThe AMQP protocol version to conform to.
QueueConsumerCountThe consumer count associated with the most recently created (or verified) queue.
QueueNameThe queue name associated with the most recently created (or verified) queue.
RabbitMQCompatibleWhether to operate in a mode compatible with RabbitMQ.
ConnectionTimeoutSets a separate timeout value for establishing a connection.
FirewallAutoDetectTells the class whether or not to automatically detect and use firewall system settings, if available.
FirewallHostName or IP address of firewall (optional).
FirewallPasswordPassword to be used if authentication is to be used when connecting through the firewall.
FirewallPortThe TCP port for the FirewallHost;.
FirewallTypeDetermines the type of firewall to connect through.
FirewallUserA user name if authentication is to be used connecting through a firewall.
KeepAliveIntervalThe retry interval, in milliseconds, to be used when a TCP keep-alive packet is sent and no response is received.
KeepAliveTimeThe inactivity time in milliseconds before a TCP keep-alive packet is sent.
LingerWhen set to True, connections are terminated gracefully.
LingerTimeTime in seconds to have the connection linger.
LocalHostThe name of the local host through which connections are initiated or accepted.
LocalPortThe port in the local host where the class binds.
MaxLineLengthThe maximum amount of data to accumulate when no EOL is found.
MaxTransferRateThe transfer rate limit in bytes per second.
ProxyExceptionsListA semicolon separated list of hosts and IPs to bypass when using a proxy.
TCPKeepAliveDetermines whether or not the keep alive socket option is enabled.
TcpNoDelayWhether or not to delay when sending packets.
UseIPv6Whether to use IPv6.
LogSSLPacketsControls whether SSL packets are logged when using the internal security API.
OpenSSLCADirThe path to a directory containing CA certificates.
OpenSSLCAFileName of the file containing the list of CA's trusted by your application.
OpenSSLCipherListA string that controls the ciphers to be used by SSL.
OpenSSLPrngSeedDataThe data to seed the pseudo random number generator (PRNG).
ReuseSSLSessionDetermines if the SSL session is reused.
SSLCACertFilePathsThe paths to CA certificate files on Unix/Linux.
SSLCACertsA newline separated list of CA certificate to use during SSL client authentication.
SSLCheckCRLWhether to check the Certificate Revocation List for the server certificate.
SSLCipherStrengthThe minimum cipher strength used for bulk encryption.
SSLEnabledCipherSuitesThe cipher suite to be used in an SSL negotiation.
SSLEnabledProtocolsUsed to enable/disable the supported security protocols.
SSLEnableRenegotiationWhether the renegotiation_info SSL extension is supported.
SSLIncludeCertChainWhether the entire certificate chain is included in the SSLServerAuthentication event.
SSLKeyLogFileThe location of a file where per-session secrets are written for debugging purposes.
SSLNegotiatedCipherReturns the negotiated ciphersuite.
SSLNegotiatedCipherStrengthReturns the negotiated ciphersuite strength.
SSLNegotiatedCipherSuiteReturns the negotiated ciphersuite.
SSLNegotiatedKeyExchangeReturns the negotiated key exchange algorithm.
SSLNegotiatedKeyExchangeStrengthReturns the negotiated key exchange algorithm strength.
SSLNegotiatedVersionReturns the negotiated protocol version.
SSLSecurityFlagsFlags that control certificate verification.
SSLServerCACertsA newline separated list of CA certificate to use during SSL server certificate validation.
TLS12SignatureAlgorithmsDefines the allowed TLS 1.2 signature algorithms when SSLProvider is set to Internal.
TLS12SupportedGroupsThe supported groups for ECC.
TLS13KeyShareGroupsThe groups for which to pregenerate key shares.
TLS13SignatureAlgorithmsThe allowed certificate signature algorithms.
TLS13SupportedGroupsThe supported groups for (EC)DHE key exchange.
AbsoluteTimeoutDetermines whether timeouts are inactivity timeouts or absolute timeouts.
FirewallDataUsed to send extra data to the firewall.
InBufferSizeThe size in bytes of the incoming queue of the socket.
OutBufferSizeThe size in bytes of the outgoing queue of the socket.

argument_count Property

The number of records in the Argument arrays.

Syntax

def get_argument_count() -> int: ...
def set_argument_count(value: int) -> None: ...

argument_count = property(get_argument_count, set_argument_count)

Default Value

0

Remarks

This property controls the size of the following arrays:

The array indices start at 0 and end at argument_count - 1.

argument_name Property

The table property's name.

Syntax

def get_argument_name(argument_index: int) -> str: ...
def set_argument_name(argument_index: int, value: str) -> None: ...

Default Value

""

Remarks

The table field's name.

This property specifies the table field's name. The name must be an ASCII string that:

  • Starts with an ASCII letter, $, or $ character.
  • Only contains ASCII letters, digits, underscores, $, and $ characters.
  • Is unique among all sibling table field argument_names.
  • Is no longer than 128 characters.

The argument_index parameter specifies the index of the item in the array. The size of the array is controlled by the argument_count property.

argument_value Property

The table property's value.

Syntax

def get_argument_value(argument_index: int) -> str: ...
def set_argument_value(argument_index: int, value: str) -> None: ...

Default Value

""

Remarks

The table field's value.

This property specifies the table field's value.

The argument_index parameter specifies the index of the item in the array. The size of the array is controlled by the argument_count property.

argument_value_type Property

The table property's value type.

Syntax

def get_argument_value_type(argument_index: int) -> int: ...
def set_argument_value_type(argument_index: int, value: int) -> None: ...

Default Value

17

Remarks

The table field's value type.

This property specifies the table field's value type (and thus, the format of the data in the argument_value property). Acceptable value types are:

Value Type JSON Value TypeDescriptionValue Format
fvtBoolean (0) boolean Boolean "True" or "False"
fvtByte (1) byte Byte -128 to 127
fvtUbyte (2) ubyte Unsigned byte 0 to 255
fvtShort (3) short Short -32768 to 32767
fvtUshort (4) ushort Unsigned short 0 to 65535
fvtInt (5) int Integer -2147483648 to 2147483647
fvtUint (6) uint Unsigned integer 0 to 4294967295
fvtLong (7) long Long -9223372036854775808 to 9223372036854775807
fvtUlong (8) ulong Unsigned long 0 to 18446744073709551615
fvtFloat (9) float Float IEEE 754 32-bit floating point number
fvtDouble (10) double Double IEEE 754 64-bit floating point number
fvtDecimal (11) decimal Decimal Hex-encoded byte string
fvtSstring (12) sstring Short string UTF-8 string data, limited to 255 bytes; may not contain null bytes (\0)
fvtString (13) string String String data
fvtArray (14) array Array JSON array of type-value pairs
fvtTimestamp (15) timestamp Timestamp Number of milliseconds since the Unix epoch (January 1, 1970 00:00:00 UTC)
fvtTable (16) table Table JSON object containing name-type-value tuples
fvtNull (17 - default)null Null N/A (argument_value is ignored)

Note: The fvtUlong (8) and fvtSstring (12) value types are not supported when the RabbitMQCompatible configuration setting is enabled.

For the fvtArray (14) value type, the argument_value should be specified as a JSON array of type-value pairs; for example:

[
  { "type": "int", "value": 23 },
  { "type": "int", "value": -52 },
  { "type": "int", "value": 153325 }
]

For the fvtTable (16) value type, the argument_value should be specified as a JSON object containing name-type-value tuples; for example:

{
  { "name": "Test1", "type": "long", "value": 12345678901234 },
  { "name": "Test2", "type": "boolean", "value": "false" },
  { "name": "Test3", "type": "string", "value": "This is a test." }
}

Notes regarding fvtArray (14) and fvtTable (16) type argument_values:

  • All "type" fields in the JSON content must be set to one of the value types in the table above.
  • For fvtTable (16) type argument_values, all "name" fields must adhere to the rules described by the argument_key documentation.
  • Nesting and mixing multiple levels of arrays and tables in the JSON is allowed.

The argument_index parameter specifies the index of the item in the array. The size of the array is controlled by the argument_count property.

auth_scheme Property

The authentication scheme to use when connecting.

Syntax

def get_auth_scheme() -> int: ...
def set_auth_scheme(value: int) -> None: ...

auth_scheme = property(get_auth_scheme, set_auth_scheme)

Default Value

2

Remarks

This property controls what authentication scheme the class should use when connecting to the remote host.

Valid values are:

  • smNone (0)
  • smSASLAnonymous (1)
  • smSASLPlain (2) - Default
  • smSASLExternal (3)

channel_count Property

The number of records in the Channel arrays.

Syntax

def get_channel_count() -> int: ...

channel_count = property(get_channel_count, None)

Default Value

0

Remarks

This property controls the size of the following arrays:

The array indices start at 0 and end at channel_count - 1.

This property is read-only.

channel_accept Property

Whether the channel is currently accepting new messages from the server.

Syntax

def get_channel_accept(channel_index: int) -> bool: ...

Default Value

TRUE

Remarks

Whether the channel is currently accepting new messages from the server.

This property reflects whether the channel is currently accepting new messages from the server. When the channel is created, this property is True by default.

The set_channel_accept method can be used to disable and re-enable message acceptance at any time; refer to that method for more information.

The channel_index parameter specifies the index of the item in the array. The size of the array is controlled by the channel_count property.

This property is read-only.

channel_mode Property

What mode the channel is operating in.

Syntax

def get_channel_mode(channel_index: int) -> int: ...

Default Value

0

Remarks

What mode the channel is operating in.

This property reflects what mode the channel is operating in. Possible values are:

  • cmtNormal (0 - default): Normal mode.
  • cmtTransactional (1): Transaction mode.
  • cmtPublishConfirms (2): Publish confirmations mode.

All channels are in normal mode when they are created; there's nothing special about a channel in normal mode.

Channels can be put in transaction mode using the enable_transaction_mode method. While a channel is in transaction mode, all messages published and acknowledgements sent over it will be part of a transaction, and the server will wait to process them until the transaction is either committed or rolled back.

Channels can be put in publish confirmations mode using the enable_publish_confirms method. While a channel is in publish confirmations mode, the server will acknowledge each message published by the class. The class will wait to fire the on_message_out event until it receives this acknowledgement. (Note that this mode is only available when the RabbitMQCompatible configuration setting is enabled.)

Note: Switching a channel to transaction or publish confirmations mode is a permanent action; the channel will then remain in that mode for the remainder of its lifetime.

The channel_index parameter specifies the index of the item in the array. The size of the array is controlled by the channel_count property.

This property is read-only.

channel_name Property

The name of the channel.

Syntax

def get_channel_name(channel_index: int) -> str: ...

Default Value

""

Remarks

The name of the channel.

This property reflects the name of the channel.

The channel_index parameter specifies the index of the item in the array. The size of the array is controlled by the channel_count property.

This property is read-only.

channel_ready_to_send Property

Whether the channel is ready to send a message.

Syntax

def get_channel_ready_to_send(channel_index: int) -> bool: ...

Default Value

TRUE

Remarks

Whether the channel is ready to send a message.

This property reflects whether the channel is currently ready to send a message or not.

The channel_index parameter specifies the index of the item in the array. The size of the array is controlled by the channel_count property.

This property is read-only.

client_property_count Property

The number of records in the ClientProperty arrays.

Syntax

def get_client_property_count() -> int: ...
def set_client_property_count(value: int) -> None: ...

client_property_count = property(get_client_property_count, set_client_property_count)

Default Value

0

Remarks

This property controls the size of the following arrays:

The array indices start at 0 and end at client_property_count - 1.

client_property_name Property

The table property's name.

Syntax

def get_client_property_name(client_property_index: int) -> str: ...
def set_client_property_name(client_property_index: int, value: str) -> None: ...

Default Value

""

Remarks

The table field's name.

This property specifies the table field's name. The name must be an ASCII string that:

  • Starts with an ASCII letter, $, or $ character.
  • Only contains ASCII letters, digits, underscores, $, and $ characters.
  • Is unique among all sibling table field client_property_names.
  • Is no longer than 128 characters.

The client_property_index parameter specifies the index of the item in the array. The size of the array is controlled by the client_property_count property.

client_property_value Property

The table property's value.

Syntax

def get_client_property_value(client_property_index: int) -> str: ...
def set_client_property_value(client_property_index: int, value: str) -> None: ...

Default Value

""

Remarks

The table field's value.

This property specifies the table field's value.

The client_property_index parameter specifies the index of the item in the array. The size of the array is controlled by the client_property_count property.

client_property_value_type Property

The table property's value type.

Syntax

def get_client_property_value_type(client_property_index: int) -> int: ...
def set_client_property_value_type(client_property_index: int, value: int) -> None: ...

Default Value

17

Remarks

The table field's value type.

This property specifies the table field's value type (and thus, the format of the data in the client_property_value property). Acceptable value types are:

Value Type JSON Value TypeDescriptionValue Format
fvtBoolean (0) boolean Boolean "True" or "False"
fvtByte (1) byte Byte -128 to 127
fvtUbyte (2) ubyte Unsigned byte 0 to 255
fvtShort (3) short Short -32768 to 32767
fvtUshort (4) ushort Unsigned short 0 to 65535
fvtInt (5) int Integer -2147483648 to 2147483647
fvtUint (6) uint Unsigned integer 0 to 4294967295
fvtLong (7) long Long -9223372036854775808 to 9223372036854775807
fvtUlong (8) ulong Unsigned long 0 to 18446744073709551615
fvtFloat (9) float Float IEEE 754 32-bit floating point number
fvtDouble (10) double Double IEEE 754 64-bit floating point number
fvtDecimal (11) decimal Decimal Hex-encoded byte string
fvtSstring (12) sstring Short string UTF-8 string data, limited to 255 bytes; may not contain null bytes (\0)
fvtString (13) string String String data
fvtArray (14) array Array JSON array of type-value pairs
fvtTimestamp (15) timestamp Timestamp Number of milliseconds since the Unix epoch (January 1, 1970 00:00:00 UTC)
fvtTable (16) table Table JSON object containing name-type-value tuples
fvtNull (17 - default)null Null N/A (client_property_value is ignored)

Note: The fvtUlong (8) and fvtSstring (12) value types are not supported when the RabbitMQCompatible configuration setting is enabled.

For the fvtArray (14) value type, the client_property_value should be specified as a JSON array of type-value pairs; for example:

[
  { "type": "int", "value": 23 },
  { "type": "int", "value": -52 },
  { "type": "int", "value": 153325 }
]

For the fvtTable (16) value type, the client_property_value should be specified as a JSON object containing name-type-value tuples; for example:

{
  { "name": "Test1", "type": "long", "value": 12345678901234 },
  { "name": "Test2", "type": "boolean", "value": "false" },
  { "name": "Test3", "type": "string", "value": "This is a test." }
}

Notes regarding fvtArray (14) and fvtTable (16) type client_property_values:

  • All "type" fields in the JSON content must be set to one of the value types in the table above.
  • For fvtTable (16) type client_property_values, all "name" fields must adhere to the rules described by the client_property_key documentation.
  • Nesting and mixing multiple levels of arrays and tables in the JSON is allowed.

The client_property_index parameter specifies the index of the item in the array. The size of the array is controlled by the client_property_count property.

connected Property

This property triggers a connection or disconnection.

Syntax

def get_connected() -> bool: ...
def set_connected(value: bool) -> None: ...

connected = property(get_connected, set_connected)

Default Value

FALSE

Remarks

This property triggers a connection or disconnection. Setting this property to True makes the class attempt to connect to the host identified by the remote_host property. If successful, after the connection is achieved, the value of the property changes to True and the on_connected event is fired.

Setting this property to False closes the connection. How and when the connection is closed is controlled by the linger property.

Note: It is recommended to use the connect or disconnect method instead of setting this property.

firewall_auto_detect Property

This property tells the class whether or not to automatically detect and use firewall system settings, if available.

Syntax

def get_firewall_auto_detect() -> bool: ...
def set_firewall_auto_detect(value: bool) -> None: ...

firewall_auto_detect = property(get_firewall_auto_detect, set_firewall_auto_detect)

Default Value

FALSE

Remarks

This property tells the class whether or not to automatically detect and use firewall system settings, if available.

firewall_type Property

This property determines the type of firewall to connect through.

Syntax

def get_firewall_type() -> int: ...
def set_firewall_type(value: int) -> None: ...

firewall_type = property(get_firewall_type, set_firewall_type)

Default Value

0

Remarks

This property determines the type of firewall to connect through. The applicable values are as follows:

fwNone (0)No firewall (default setting).
fwTunnel (1)Connect through a tunneling proxy. firewall_port is set to 80.
fwSOCKS4 (2)Connect through a SOCKS4 Proxy. firewall_port is set to 1080.
fwSOCKS5 (3)Connect through a SOCKS5 Proxy. firewall_port is set to 1080.
fwSOCKS4A (10)Connect through a SOCKS4A Proxy. firewall_port is set to 1080.

firewall_host Property

This property contains the name or IP address of firewall (optional).

Syntax

def get_firewall_host() -> str: ...
def set_firewall_host(value: str) -> None: ...

firewall_host = property(get_firewall_host, set_firewall_host)

Default Value

""

Remarks

This property contains the name or IP address of firewall (optional). If a firewall_host is given, the requested connections will be authenticated through the specified firewall when connecting.

If this property is set to a Domain Name, a DNS request is initiated. Upon successful termination of the request, this property is set to the corresponding address. If the search is not successful, the class fails with an error.

firewall_password Property

This property contains a password if authentication is to be used when connecting through the firewall.

Syntax

def get_firewall_password() -> str: ...
def set_firewall_password(value: str) -> None: ...

firewall_password = property(get_firewall_password, set_firewall_password)

Default Value

""

Remarks

This property contains a password if authentication is to be used when connecting through the firewall. If firewall_host is specified, the firewall_user and firewall_password properties are used to connect and authenticate to the given firewall. If the authentication fails, the class fails with an error.

firewall_port Property

This property contains the transmission control protocol (TCP) port for the firewall Host .

Syntax

def get_firewall_port() -> int: ...
def set_firewall_port(value: int) -> None: ...

firewall_port = property(get_firewall_port, set_firewall_port)

Default Value

0

Remarks

This property contains the transmission control protocol (TCP) port for the firewall firewall_host. See the description of the firewall_host property for details.

Note: This property is set automatically when firewall_type is set to a valid value. See the description of the firewall_type property for details.

firewall_user Property

This property contains a user name if authentication is to be used connecting through a firewall.

Syntax

def get_firewall_user() -> str: ...
def set_firewall_user(value: str) -> None: ...

firewall_user = property(get_firewall_user, set_firewall_user)

Default Value

""

Remarks

This property contains a user name if authentication is to be used connecting through a firewall. If the firewall_host is specified, this property and firewall_password properties are used to connect and authenticate to the given firewall. If the authentication fails, the class fails with an error.

heartbeat Property

The heartbeat timeout value.

Syntax

def get_heartbeat() -> int: ...
def set_heartbeat(value: int) -> None: ...

heartbeat = property(get_heartbeat, set_heartbeat)

Default Value

0

Remarks

This property specifies the heartbeat timeout value, in seconds. Heartbeats are disabled if set to 0 (default).

Before connecting, this property can be set to indicate the desired heartbeat timeout value. During the connection process, the class and the server will compare their desired heartbeat values and choose the lower one.

Once connected, this property will reflect the agreed-upon heartbeat value. While the connection is idle, heartbeats are sent by both the class and the server approximately once every (heartbeat / 2) seconds. If either side has not received a heartbeat (or other transmission) for ~heartbeat seconds, it will consider the other side unreachable and close the connection.

This setting cannot be changed while connected.

incoming_message_count Property

The number of records in the IncomingMessage arrays.

Syntax

def get_incoming_message_count() -> int: ...

incoming_message_count = property(get_incoming_message_count, None)

Default Value

0

Remarks

This property controls the size of the following arrays:

The array indices start at 0 and end at incoming_message_count - 1.

This property is read-only.

incoming_message_app_id Property

The Id of the application that created the message.

Syntax

def get_incoming_message_app_id(incoming_message_index: int) -> str: ...

Default Value

""

Remarks

The Id of the application that created the message.

This property holds the Id of the application that created the message. It may be empty if the message does not have an application Id set.

This value must be specified as a string no longer than 255 characters.

The incoming_message_index parameter specifies the index of the item in the array. The size of the array is controlled by the incoming_message_count property.

This property is read-only.

incoming_message_body Property

The message body.

Syntax

def get_incoming_message_body(incoming_message_index: int) -> bytes: ...

Default Value

""

Remarks

The message body.

This property holds the body of the message. It may be empty.

The incoming_message_index parameter specifies the index of the item in the array. The size of the array is controlled by the incoming_message_count property.

This property is read-only.

incoming_message_channel_name Property

The name of the channel the message is associated with.

Syntax

def get_incoming_message_channel_name(incoming_message_index: int) -> str: ...

Default Value

""

Remarks

The name of the channel the message is associated with.

This property reflects the name of the channel which the message is associated with; it is populated automatically by the class.

The incoming_message_index parameter specifies the index of the item in the array. The size of the array is controlled by the incoming_message_count property.

This property is read-only.

incoming_message_content_encoding Property

The content encoding of the message's body.

Syntax

def get_incoming_message_content_encoding(incoming_message_index: int) -> str: ...

Default Value

""

Remarks

The content encoding of the message's body.

This property holds the content encoding of the message's body. It may be empty if the message does not have a content encoding set.

This value must be specified as a string no longer than 255 characters.

The incoming_message_index parameter specifies the index of the item in the array. The size of the array is controlled by the incoming_message_count property.

This property is read-only.

incoming_message_content_type Property

The content type (MIME type) of the message's body.

Syntax

def get_incoming_message_content_type(incoming_message_index: int) -> str: ...

Default Value

""

Remarks

The content type (MIME type) of the message's body.

This property holds the content type (MIME type) of the message's body. It may be empty if the message does not have a content type set.

This value must be specified as a string no longer than 255 characters.

The incoming_message_index parameter specifies the index of the item in the array. The size of the array is controlled by the incoming_message_count property.

This property is read-only.

incoming_message_correlation_id Property

The correlation Id of the message.

Syntax

def get_incoming_message_correlation_id(incoming_message_index: int) -> str: ...

Default Value

""

Remarks

The correlation Id of the message.

This property holds the correlation Id of the message. It may be empty if the message does not have a correlation Id set.

This value must be specified as a string no longer than 255 characters.

The incoming_message_index parameter specifies the index of the item in the array. The size of the array is controlled by the incoming_message_count property.

This property is read-only.

incoming_message_delivery_mode Property

The delivery mode of the message.

Syntax

def get_incoming_message_delivery_mode(incoming_message_index: int) -> int: ...

Default Value

0

Remarks

The delivery mode of the message.

This property holds the delivery mode of the message; possible values are:

  • 0: Unspecified.
  • 1: Non-persistent; the message may be lost if the server encounters an error.
  • 2: Persistent; the message will not be lost, even in case of server errors.

The default is 0, which indicates that the message does not have an explicit delivery mode set.

The incoming_message_index parameter specifies the index of the item in the array. The size of the array is controlled by the incoming_message_count property.

This property is read-only.

incoming_message_expiration Property

The time-to-live value for this message.

Syntax

def get_incoming_message_expiration(incoming_message_index: int) -> str: ...

Default Value

""

Remarks

The time-to-live value for this message.

This property specifies the time-to-live (TTL) value, in milliseconds, for this message. It may be -1 if this message does not have a TTL.

The incoming_message_index parameter specifies the index of the item in the array. The size of the array is controlled by the incoming_message_count property.

This property is read-only.

incoming_message_headers Property

Headers associated with the message.

Syntax

def get_incoming_message_headers(incoming_message_index: int) -> str: ...

Default Value

""

Remarks

Headers associated with the message.

This property holds additional Headers associated with the message. It may be empty if the message does not have any headers set.

This property must be specified as a JSON object containing name-type-value tuples; for example:

{
  { "name": "Header1", "type": "long", "value": 12345678901234 },
  { "name": "Header2", "type": "boolean", "value": "false" },
  { "name": "Header3", "type": "string", "value": "This is a test." }
}

All "name" values must be ASCII strings that:

  • Start with an ASCII letter, $, or $ character.
  • Only contain ASCII letters, digits, underscores, $, and $ characters.
  • Are unique among their siblings.
  • Are no longer than 128 characters.

The following table describes all valid "type" values, and how to format the "value" field for each:

JSON Value TypeDescriptionValue Format
boolean Boolean "True" or "False"
byte Byte -128 to 127
ubyte Unsigned byte 0 to 255
short Short -32768 to 32767
ushort Unsigned short 0 to 65535
int Integer -2147483648 to 2147483647
uint Unsigned integer 0 to 4294967295
long Long -9223372036854775808 to 9223372036854775807
ulong Unsigned long 0 to 18446744073709551615
float Float IEEE 754 32-bit floating point number
double Double IEEE 754 64-bit floating point number
decimal Decimal Hex-encoded byte string
sstring Short string UTF-8 string data, limited to 255 bytes; may not contain null bytes (\0)
string String String data
array Array JSON array of type-value pairs
timestamp Timestamp Number of milliseconds since the Unix epoch (January 1, 1970 00:00:00 UTC)
table Table JSON object containing name-type-value tuples
null Null N/A (incoming_message_value is ignored)

Note: The ulong and sstring value types are not supported when the RabbitMQCompatible configuration setting is enabled.

Headers of the table type should be specified in the same manner as shown above, while headers of the array type should be specified as a JSON array of type-value pairs; for example:

[
  { "type": "int", "value": 23 },
  { "type": "int", "value": -52 },
  { "type": "int", "value": 153325 }
]

Nesting and mixing multiple levels of arrays and tables is allowed.

The incoming_message_index parameter specifies the index of the item in the array. The size of the array is controlled by the incoming_message_count property.

This property is read-only.

incoming_message_id Property

The unique Id of the message.

Syntax

def get_incoming_message_id(incoming_message_index: int) -> str: ...

Default Value

""

Remarks

The unique Id of the message.

This property holds the unique Id of the message. It may be empty if the message does not have a unique Id.

This value must be specified as a string no longer than 255 characters.

The incoming_message_index parameter specifies the index of the item in the array. The size of the array is controlled by the incoming_message_count property.

This property is read-only.

incoming_message_priority Property

The priority of the message.

Syntax

def get_incoming_message_priority(incoming_message_index: int) -> int: ...

Default Value

0

Remarks

The priority of the message.

This property holds the priority of the message. Valid priority values are 0-9; any other value causes the message to have unspecified priority when sent.

The incoming_message_index parameter specifies the index of the item in the array. The size of the array is controlled by the incoming_message_count property.

This property is read-only.

incoming_message_reply_to Property

The address to send replies to for the message.

Syntax

def get_incoming_message_reply_to(incoming_message_index: int) -> str: ...

Default Value

""

Remarks

The address to send replies to for the message.

This property specifies the address to send replies to for the message. It may be empty if the message does not have a specific reply-to address set.

This value must be specified as a string no longer than 255 characters.

The incoming_message_index parameter specifies the index of the item in the array. The size of the array is controlled by the incoming_message_count property.

This property is read-only.

incoming_message_timestamp Property

The message's timestamp.

Syntax

def get_incoming_message_timestamp(incoming_message_index: int) -> int: ...

Default Value

0

Remarks

The message's timestamp.

This property holds the timestamp of the message, specified as milliseconds since the Unix epoch (January 1, 1970 00:00:00 UTC). It may be less than or equal to 0 (default) if the message does not have a timestamp set.

The incoming_message_index parameter specifies the index of the item in the array. The size of the array is controlled by the incoming_message_count property.

This property is read-only.

incoming_message_type Property

The message's type.

Syntax

def get_incoming_message_type(incoming_message_index: int) -> str: ...

Default Value

""

Remarks

The message's type.

This property holds the type of the message. It may be empty if the message does not have a type set.

This value must be specified as a string no longer than 255 characters.

The incoming_message_index parameter specifies the index of the item in the array. The size of the array is controlled by the incoming_message_count property.

This property is read-only.

incoming_message_user_id Property

The identity of the user responsible for producing the message.

Syntax

def get_incoming_message_user_id(incoming_message_index: int) -> str: ...

Default Value

""

Remarks

The identity of the user responsible for producing the message.

This property specifies the identity of the user responsible for producing the message. It may be empty if no specific user was responsible for creating the message.

A message's user Id may be used for verification or authentication by the server and/or the final consumer.

This value must be specified as a string no longer than 255 characters.

The incoming_message_index parameter specifies the index of the item in the array. The size of the array is controlled by the incoming_message_count property.

This property is read-only.

local_host Property

The name of the local host or user-assigned IP interface through which connections are initiated or accepted.

Syntax

def get_local_host() -> str: ...
def set_local_host(value: str) -> None: ...

local_host = property(get_local_host, set_local_host)

Default Value

""

Remarks

The local_host property contains the name of the local host as obtained by the gethostname() system call, or if the user has assigned an IP address, the value of that address.

In multi-homed hosts (machines with more than one IP interface) setting LocalHost to the value of an interface will make the class initiate connections (or accept in the case of server classs) only through that interface.

If the class is connected, the local_host property shows the IP address of the interface through which the connection is made in internet dotted format (aaa.bbb.ccc.ddd). In most cases, this is the address of the local host, except for multi-homed hosts (machines with more than one IP interface).

NOTE: local_host is not persistent. You must always set it in code, and never in the property window.

local_port Property

The TCP port in the local host where the class binds.

Syntax

def get_local_port() -> int: ...
def set_local_port(value: int) -> None: ...

local_port = property(get_local_port, set_local_port)

Default Value

0

Remarks

This property must be set before a connection is attempted. It instructs the class to bind to a specific port (or communication endpoint) in the local machine.

Setting this property to 0 (default) enables the system to choose an open port at random. The chosen port will be returned by the local_port property after the connection is established.

local_port cannot be changed once a connection is made. Any attempt to set this property when a connection is active will generate an error.

This property is useful when trying to connect to services that require a trusted port in the client side.

message_app_id Property

The Id of the application that created the message.

Syntax

def get_message_app_id() -> str: ...
def set_message_app_id(value: str) -> None: ...

message_app_id = property(get_message_app_id, set_message_app_id)

Default Value

""

Remarks

The Id of the application that created the message.

This property holds the Id of the application that created the message. It may be empty if the message does not have an application Id set.

This value must be specified as a string no longer than 255 characters.

message_body Property

The message body.

Syntax

def get_message_body() -> bytes: ...
def set_message_body(value: bytes) -> None: ...

message_body = property(get_message_body, set_message_body)

Default Value

""

Remarks

The message body.

This property holds the body of the message. It may be empty.

message_channel_name Property

The name of the channel the message is associated with.

Syntax

def get_message_channel_name() -> str: ...

message_channel_name = property(get_message_channel_name, None)

Default Value

""

Remarks

The name of the channel the message is associated with.

This property reflects the name of the channel which the message is associated with; it is populated automatically by the class.

This property is read-only.

message_content_encoding Property

The content encoding of the message's body.

Syntax

def get_message_content_encoding() -> str: ...
def set_message_content_encoding(value: str) -> None: ...

message_content_encoding = property(get_message_content_encoding, set_message_content_encoding)

Default Value

""

Remarks

The content encoding of the message's body.

This property holds the content encoding of the message's body. It may be empty if the message does not have a content encoding set.

This value must be specified as a string no longer than 255 characters.

message_content_type Property

The content type (MIME type) of the message's body.

Syntax

def get_message_content_type() -> str: ...
def set_message_content_type(value: str) -> None: ...

message_content_type = property(get_message_content_type, set_message_content_type)

Default Value

""

Remarks

The content type (MIME type) of the message's body.

This property holds the content type (MIME type) of the message's body. It may be empty if the message does not have a content type set.

This value must be specified as a string no longer than 255 characters.

message_correlation_id Property

The correlation Id of the message.

Syntax

def get_message_correlation_id() -> str: ...
def set_message_correlation_id(value: str) -> None: ...

message_correlation_id = property(get_message_correlation_id, set_message_correlation_id)

Default Value

""

Remarks

The correlation Id of the message.

This property holds the correlation Id of the message. It may be empty if the message does not have a correlation Id set.

This value must be specified as a string no longer than 255 characters.

message_delivery_mode Property

The delivery mode of the message.

Syntax

def get_message_delivery_mode() -> int: ...
def set_message_delivery_mode(value: int) -> None: ...

message_delivery_mode = property(get_message_delivery_mode, set_message_delivery_mode)

Default Value

0

Remarks

The delivery mode of the message.

This property holds the delivery mode of the message; possible values are:

  • 0: Unspecified.
  • 1: Non-persistent; the message may be lost if the server encounters an error.
  • 2: Persistent; the message will not be lost, even in case of server errors.

The default is 0, which indicates that the message does not have an explicit delivery mode set.

message_expiration Property

The time-to-live value for this message.

Syntax

def get_message_expiration() -> str: ...
def set_message_expiration(value: str) -> None: ...

message_expiration = property(get_message_expiration, set_message_expiration)

Default Value

""

Remarks

The time-to-live value for this message.

This property specifies the time-to-live (TTL) value, in milliseconds, for this message. It may be -1 if this message does not have a TTL.

message_headers Property

Headers associated with the message.

Syntax

def get_message_headers() -> str: ...
def set_message_headers(value: str) -> None: ...

message_headers = property(get_message_headers, set_message_headers)

Default Value

""

Remarks

Headers associated with the message.

This property holds additional Headers associated with the message. It may be empty if the message does not have any headers set.

This property must be specified as a JSON object containing name-type-value tuples; for example:

{
  { "name": "Header1", "type": "long", "value": 12345678901234 },
  { "name": "Header2", "type": "boolean", "value": "false" },
  { "name": "Header3", "type": "string", "value": "This is a test." }
}

All "name" values must be ASCII strings that:

  • Start with an ASCII letter, $, or $ character.
  • Only contain ASCII letters, digits, underscores, $, and $ characters.
  • Are unique among their siblings.
  • Are no longer than 128 characters.

The following table describes all valid "type" values, and how to format the "value" field for each:

JSON Value TypeDescriptionValue Format
boolean Boolean "True" or "False"
byte Byte -128 to 127
ubyte Unsigned byte 0 to 255
short Short -32768 to 32767
ushort Unsigned short 0 to 65535
int Integer -2147483648 to 2147483647
uint Unsigned integer 0 to 4294967295
long Long -9223372036854775808 to 9223372036854775807
ulong Unsigned long 0 to 18446744073709551615
float Float IEEE 754 32-bit floating point number
double Double IEEE 754 64-bit floating point number
decimal Decimal Hex-encoded byte string
sstring Short string UTF-8 string data, limited to 255 bytes; may not contain null bytes (\0)
string String String data
array Array JSON array of type-value pairs
timestamp Timestamp Number of milliseconds since the Unix epoch (January 1, 1970 00:00:00 UTC)
table Table JSON object containing name-type-value tuples
null Null N/A (message_value is ignored)

Note: The ulong and sstring value types are not supported when the RabbitMQCompatible configuration setting is enabled.

Headers of the table type should be specified in the same manner as shown above, while headers of the array type should be specified as a JSON array of type-value pairs; for example:

[
  { "type": "int", "value": 23 },
  { "type": "int", "value": -52 },
  { "type": "int", "value": 153325 }
]

Nesting and mixing multiple levels of arrays and tables is allowed.

message_id Property

The unique Id of the message.

Syntax

def get_message_id() -> str: ...
def set_message_id(value: str) -> None: ...

message_id = property(get_message_id, set_message_id)

Default Value

""

Remarks

The unique Id of the message.

This property holds the unique Id of the message. It may be empty if the message does not have a unique Id.

This value must be specified as a string no longer than 255 characters.

message_priority Property

The priority of the message.

Syntax

def get_message_priority() -> int: ...
def set_message_priority(value: int) -> None: ...

message_priority = property(get_message_priority, set_message_priority)

Default Value

0

Remarks

The priority of the message.

This property holds the priority of the message. Valid priority values are 0-9; any other value causes the message to have unspecified priority when sent.

message_reply_to Property

The address to send replies to for the message.

Syntax

def get_message_reply_to() -> str: ...
def set_message_reply_to(value: str) -> None: ...

message_reply_to = property(get_message_reply_to, set_message_reply_to)

Default Value

""

Remarks

The address to send replies to for the message.

This property specifies the address to send replies to for the message. It may be empty if the message does not have a specific reply-to address set.

This value must be specified as a string no longer than 255 characters.

message_timestamp Property

The message's timestamp.

Syntax

def get_message_timestamp() -> int: ...
def set_message_timestamp(value: int) -> None: ...

message_timestamp = property(get_message_timestamp, set_message_timestamp)

Default Value

0

Remarks

The message's timestamp.

This property holds the timestamp of the message, specified as milliseconds since the Unix epoch (January 1, 1970 00:00:00 UTC). It may be less than or equal to 0 (default) if the message does not have a timestamp set.

message_type Property

The message's type.

Syntax

def get_message_type() -> str: ...
def set_message_type(value: str) -> None: ...

message_type = property(get_message_type, set_message_type)

Default Value

""

Remarks

The message's type.

This property holds the type of the message. It may be empty if the message does not have a type set.

This value must be specified as a string no longer than 255 characters.

message_user_id Property

The identity of the user responsible for producing the message.

Syntax

def get_message_user_id() -> str: ...
def set_message_user_id(value: str) -> None: ...

message_user_id = property(get_message_user_id, set_message_user_id)

Default Value

""

Remarks

The identity of the user responsible for producing the message.

This property specifies the identity of the user responsible for producing the message. It may be empty if no specific user was responsible for creating the message.

A message's user Id may be used for verification or authentication by the server and/or the final consumer.

This value must be specified as a string no longer than 255 characters.

outgoing_message_count Property

The number of records in the OutgoingMessage arrays.

Syntax

def get_outgoing_message_count() -> int: ...

outgoing_message_count = property(get_outgoing_message_count, None)

Default Value

0

Remarks

This property controls the size of the following arrays:

The array indices start at 0 and end at outgoing_message_count - 1.

This property is read-only.

outgoing_message_app_id Property

The Id of the application that created the message.

Syntax

def get_outgoing_message_app_id(outgoing_message_index: int) -> str: ...

Default Value

""

Remarks

The Id of the application that created the message.

This property holds the Id of the application that created the message. It may be empty if the message does not have an application Id set.

This value must be specified as a string no longer than 255 characters.

The outgoing_message_index parameter specifies the index of the item in the array. The size of the array is controlled by the outgoing_message_count property.

This property is read-only.

outgoing_message_body Property

The message body.

Syntax

def get_outgoing_message_body(outgoing_message_index: int) -> bytes: ...

Default Value

""

Remarks

The message body.

This property holds the body of the message. It may be empty.

The outgoing_message_index parameter specifies the index of the item in the array. The size of the array is controlled by the outgoing_message_count property.

This property is read-only.

outgoing_message_channel_name Property

The name of the channel the message is associated with.

Syntax

def get_outgoing_message_channel_name(outgoing_message_index: int) -> str: ...

Default Value

""

Remarks

The name of the channel the message is associated with.

This property reflects the name of the channel which the message is associated with; it is populated automatically by the class.

The outgoing_message_index parameter specifies the index of the item in the array. The size of the array is controlled by the outgoing_message_count property.

This property is read-only.

outgoing_message_content_encoding Property

The content encoding of the message's body.

Syntax

def get_outgoing_message_content_encoding(outgoing_message_index: int) -> str: ...

Default Value

""

Remarks

The content encoding of the message's body.

This property holds the content encoding of the message's body. It may be empty if the message does not have a content encoding set.

This value must be specified as a string no longer than 255 characters.

The outgoing_message_index parameter specifies the index of the item in the array. The size of the array is controlled by the outgoing_message_count property.

This property is read-only.

outgoing_message_content_type Property

The content type (MIME type) of the message's body.

Syntax

def get_outgoing_message_content_type(outgoing_message_index: int) -> str: ...

Default Value

""

Remarks

The content type (MIME type) of the message's body.

This property holds the content type (MIME type) of the message's body. It may be empty if the message does not have a content type set.

This value must be specified as a string no longer than 255 characters.

The outgoing_message_index parameter specifies the index of the item in the array. The size of the array is controlled by the outgoing_message_count property.

This property is read-only.

outgoing_message_correlation_id Property

The correlation Id of the message.

Syntax

def get_outgoing_message_correlation_id(outgoing_message_index: int) -> str: ...

Default Value

""

Remarks

The correlation Id of the message.

This property holds the correlation Id of the message. It may be empty if the message does not have a correlation Id set.

This value must be specified as a string no longer than 255 characters.

The outgoing_message_index parameter specifies the index of the item in the array. The size of the array is controlled by the outgoing_message_count property.

This property is read-only.

outgoing_message_delivery_mode Property

The delivery mode of the message.

Syntax

def get_outgoing_message_delivery_mode(outgoing_message_index: int) -> int: ...

Default Value

0

Remarks

The delivery mode of the message.

This property holds the delivery mode of the message; possible values are:

  • 0: Unspecified.
  • 1: Non-persistent; the message may be lost if the server encounters an error.
  • 2: Persistent; the message will not be lost, even in case of server errors.

The default is 0, which indicates that the message does not have an explicit delivery mode set.

The outgoing_message_index parameter specifies the index of the item in the array. The size of the array is controlled by the outgoing_message_count property.

This property is read-only.

outgoing_message_expiration Property

The time-to-live value for this message.

Syntax

def get_outgoing_message_expiration(outgoing_message_index: int) -> str: ...

Default Value

""

Remarks

The time-to-live value for this message.

This property specifies the time-to-live (TTL) value, in milliseconds, for this message. It may be -1 if this message does not have a TTL.

The outgoing_message_index parameter specifies the index of the item in the array. The size of the array is controlled by the outgoing_message_count property.

This property is read-only.

outgoing_message_headers Property

Headers associated with the message.

Syntax

def get_outgoing_message_headers(outgoing_message_index: int) -> str: ...

Default Value

""

Remarks

Headers associated with the message.

This property holds additional Headers associated with the message. It may be empty if the message does not have any headers set.

This property must be specified as a JSON object containing name-type-value tuples; for example:

{
  { "name": "Header1", "type": "long", "value": 12345678901234 },
  { "name": "Header2", "type": "boolean", "value": "false" },
  { "name": "Header3", "type": "string", "value": "This is a test." }
}

All "name" values must be ASCII strings that:

  • Start with an ASCII letter, $, or $ character.
  • Only contain ASCII letters, digits, underscores, $, and $ characters.
  • Are unique among their siblings.
  • Are no longer than 128 characters.

The following table describes all valid "type" values, and how to format the "value" field for each:

JSON Value TypeDescriptionValue Format
boolean Boolean "True" or "False"
byte Byte -128 to 127
ubyte Unsigned byte 0 to 255
short Short -32768 to 32767
ushort Unsigned short 0 to 65535
int Integer -2147483648 to 2147483647
uint Unsigned integer 0 to 4294967295
long Long -9223372036854775808 to 9223372036854775807
ulong Unsigned long 0 to 18446744073709551615
float Float IEEE 754 32-bit floating point number
double Double IEEE 754 64-bit floating point number
decimal Decimal Hex-encoded byte string
sstring Short string UTF-8 string data, limited to 255 bytes; may not contain null bytes (\0)
string String String data
array Array JSON array of type-value pairs
timestamp Timestamp Number of milliseconds since the Unix epoch (January 1, 1970 00:00:00 UTC)
table Table JSON object containing name-type-value tuples
null Null N/A (outgoing_message_value is ignored)

Note: The ulong and sstring value types are not supported when the RabbitMQCompatible configuration setting is enabled.

Headers of the table type should be specified in the same manner as shown above, while headers of the array type should be specified as a JSON array of type-value pairs; for example:

[
  { "type": "int", "value": 23 },
  { "type": "int", "value": -52 },
  { "type": "int", "value": 153325 }
]

Nesting and mixing multiple levels of arrays and tables is allowed.

The outgoing_message_index parameter specifies the index of the item in the array. The size of the array is controlled by the outgoing_message_count property.

This property is read-only.

outgoing_message_id Property

The unique Id of the message.

Syntax

def get_outgoing_message_id(outgoing_message_index: int) -> str: ...

Default Value

""

Remarks

The unique Id of the message.

This property holds the unique Id of the message. It may be empty if the message does not have a unique Id.

This value must be specified as a string no longer than 255 characters.

The outgoing_message_index parameter specifies the index of the item in the array. The size of the array is controlled by the outgoing_message_count property.

This property is read-only.

outgoing_message_priority Property

The priority of the message.

Syntax

def get_outgoing_message_priority(outgoing_message_index: int) -> int: ...

Default Value

0

Remarks

The priority of the message.

This property holds the priority of the message. Valid priority values are 0-9; any other value causes the message to have unspecified priority when sent.

The outgoing_message_index parameter specifies the index of the item in the array. The size of the array is controlled by the outgoing_message_count property.

This property is read-only.

outgoing_message_reply_to Property

The address to send replies to for the message.

Syntax

def get_outgoing_message_reply_to(outgoing_message_index: int) -> str: ...

Default Value

""

Remarks

The address to send replies to for the message.

This property specifies the address to send replies to for the message. It may be empty if the message does not have a specific reply-to address set.

This value must be specified as a string no longer than 255 characters.

The outgoing_message_index parameter specifies the index of the item in the array. The size of the array is controlled by the outgoing_message_count property.

This property is read-only.

outgoing_message_timestamp Property

The message's timestamp.

Syntax

def get_outgoing_message_timestamp(outgoing_message_index: int) -> int: ...

Default Value

0

Remarks

The message's timestamp.

This property holds the timestamp of the message, specified as milliseconds since the Unix epoch (January 1, 1970 00:00:00 UTC). It may be less than or equal to 0 (default) if the message does not have a timestamp set.

The outgoing_message_index parameter specifies the index of the item in the array. The size of the array is controlled by the outgoing_message_count property.

This property is read-only.

outgoing_message_type Property

The message's type.

Syntax

def get_outgoing_message_type(outgoing_message_index: int) -> str: ...

Default Value

""

Remarks

The message's type.

This property holds the type of the message. It may be empty if the message does not have a type set.

This value must be specified as a string no longer than 255 characters.

The outgoing_message_index parameter specifies the index of the item in the array. The size of the array is controlled by the outgoing_message_count property.

This property is read-only.

outgoing_message_user_id Property

The identity of the user responsible for producing the message.

Syntax

def get_outgoing_message_user_id(outgoing_message_index: int) -> str: ...

Default Value

""

Remarks

The identity of the user responsible for producing the message.

This property specifies the identity of the user responsible for producing the message. It may be empty if no specific user was responsible for creating the message.

A message's user Id may be used for verification or authentication by the server and/or the final consumer.

This value must be specified as a string no longer than 255 characters.

The outgoing_message_index parameter specifies the index of the item in the array. The size of the array is controlled by the outgoing_message_count property.

This property is read-only.

password Property

A password to use for SASL authentication.

Syntax

def get_password() -> str: ...
def set_password(value: str) -> None: ...

password = property(get_password, set_password)

Default Value

""

Remarks

This property contains a password to use for SASL authentication.

queue_message_count Property

The message count returned by various queue operations.

Syntax

def get_queue_message_count() -> int: ...

queue_message_count = property(get_queue_message_count, None)

Default Value

0

Remarks

This property is populated with a message count after calling certain queue-related methods.

After calling...This property will reflect...
declare_queue The number of messages currently in the queue.
purge_queue The number of messages purged from the queue.
delete_queue THe number of messages deleted along with the queue.

This property is read-only.

received_message_app_id Property

The Id of the application that created the message.

Syntax

def get_received_message_app_id() -> str: ...

received_message_app_id = property(get_received_message_app_id, None)

Default Value

""

Remarks

The Id of the application that created the message.

This property holds the Id of the application that created the message. It may be empty if the message does not have an application Id set.

This value must be specified as a string no longer than 255 characters.

This property is read-only.

received_message_body Property

The message body.

Syntax

def get_received_message_body() -> bytes: ...

received_message_body = property(get_received_message_body, None)

Default Value

""

Remarks

The message body.

This property holds the body of the message. It may be empty.

This property is read-only.

received_message_channel_name Property

The name of the channel the message is associated with.

Syntax

def get_received_message_channel_name() -> str: ...

received_message_channel_name = property(get_received_message_channel_name, None)

Default Value

""

Remarks

The name of the channel the message is associated with.

This property reflects the name of the channel which the message is associated with; it is populated automatically by the class.

This property is read-only.

received_message_content_encoding Property

The content encoding of the message's body.

Syntax

def get_received_message_content_encoding() -> str: ...

received_message_content_encoding = property(get_received_message_content_encoding, None)

Default Value

""

Remarks

The content encoding of the message's body.

This property holds the content encoding of the message's body. It may be empty if the message does not have a content encoding set.

This value must be specified as a string no longer than 255 characters.

This property is read-only.

received_message_content_type Property

The content type (MIME type) of the message's body.

Syntax

def get_received_message_content_type() -> str: ...

received_message_content_type = property(get_received_message_content_type, None)

Default Value

""

Remarks

The content type (MIME type) of the message's body.

This property holds the content type (MIME type) of the message's body. It may be empty if the message does not have a content type set.

This value must be specified as a string no longer than 255 characters.

This property is read-only.

received_message_correlation_id Property

The correlation Id of the message.

Syntax

def get_received_message_correlation_id() -> str: ...

received_message_correlation_id = property(get_received_message_correlation_id, None)

Default Value

""

Remarks

The correlation Id of the message.

This property holds the correlation Id of the message. It may be empty if the message does not have a correlation Id set.

This value must be specified as a string no longer than 255 characters.

This property is read-only.

received_message_delivery_mode Property

The delivery mode of the message.

Syntax

def get_received_message_delivery_mode() -> int: ...

received_message_delivery_mode = property(get_received_message_delivery_mode, None)

Default Value

0

Remarks

The delivery mode of the message.

This property holds the delivery mode of the message; possible values are:

  • 0: Unspecified.
  • 1: Non-persistent; the message may be lost if the server encounters an error.
  • 2: Persistent; the message will not be lost, even in case of server errors.

The default is 0, which indicates that the message does not have an explicit delivery mode set.

This property is read-only.

received_message_expiration Property

The time-to-live value for this message.

Syntax

def get_received_message_expiration() -> str: ...

received_message_expiration = property(get_received_message_expiration, None)

Default Value

""

Remarks

The time-to-live value for this message.

This property specifies the time-to-live (TTL) value, in milliseconds, for this message. It may be -1 if this message does not have a TTL.

This property is read-only.

received_message_headers Property

Headers associated with the message.

Syntax

def get_received_message_headers() -> str: ...

received_message_headers = property(get_received_message_headers, None)

Default Value

""

Remarks

Headers associated with the message.

This property holds additional Headers associated with the message. It may be empty if the message does not have any headers set.

This property must be specified as a JSON object containing name-type-value tuples; for example:

{
  { "name": "Header1", "type": "long", "value": 12345678901234 },
  { "name": "Header2", "type": "boolean", "value": "false" },
  { "name": "Header3", "type": "string", "value": "This is a test." }
}

All "name" values must be ASCII strings that:

  • Start with an ASCII letter, $, or $ character.
  • Only contain ASCII letters, digits, underscores, $, and $ characters.
  • Are unique among their siblings.
  • Are no longer than 128 characters.

The following table describes all valid "type" values, and how to format the "value" field for each:

JSON Value TypeDescriptionValue Format
boolean Boolean "True" or "False"
byte Byte -128 to 127
ubyte Unsigned byte 0 to 255
short Short -32768 to 32767
ushort Unsigned short 0 to 65535
int Integer -2147483648 to 2147483647
uint Unsigned integer 0 to 4294967295
long Long -9223372036854775808 to 9223372036854775807
ulong Unsigned long 0 to 18446744073709551615
float Float IEEE 754 32-bit floating point number
double Double IEEE 754 64-bit floating point number
decimal Decimal Hex-encoded byte string
sstring Short string UTF-8 string data, limited to 255 bytes; may not contain null bytes (\0)
string String String data
array Array JSON array of type-value pairs
timestamp Timestamp Number of milliseconds since the Unix epoch (January 1, 1970 00:00:00 UTC)
table Table JSON object containing name-type-value tuples
null Null N/A (received_message_value is ignored)

Note: The ulong and sstring value types are not supported when the RabbitMQCompatible configuration setting is enabled.

Headers of the table type should be specified in the same manner as shown above, while headers of the array type should be specified as a JSON array of type-value pairs; for example:

[
  { "type": "int", "value": 23 },
  { "type": "int", "value": -52 },
  { "type": "int", "value": 153325 }
]

Nesting and mixing multiple levels of arrays and tables is allowed.

This property is read-only.

received_message_id Property

The unique Id of the message.

Syntax

def get_received_message_id() -> str: ...

received_message_id = property(get_received_message_id, None)

Default Value

""

Remarks

The unique Id of the message.

This property holds the unique Id of the message. It may be empty if the message does not have a unique Id.

This value must be specified as a string no longer than 255 characters.

This property is read-only.

received_message_priority Property

The priority of the message.

Syntax

def get_received_message_priority() -> int: ...

received_message_priority = property(get_received_message_priority, None)

Default Value

0

Remarks

The priority of the message.

This property holds the priority of the message. Valid priority values are 0-9; any other value causes the message to have unspecified priority when sent.

This property is read-only.

received_message_reply_to Property

The address to send replies to for the message.

Syntax

def get_received_message_reply_to() -> str: ...

received_message_reply_to = property(get_received_message_reply_to, None)

Default Value

""

Remarks

The address to send replies to for the message.

This property specifies the address to send replies to for the message. It may be empty if the message does not have a specific reply-to address set.

This value must be specified as a string no longer than 255 characters.

This property is read-only.

received_message_timestamp Property

The message's timestamp.

Syntax

def get_received_message_timestamp() -> int: ...

received_message_timestamp = property(get_received_message_timestamp, None)

Default Value

0

Remarks

The message's timestamp.

This property holds the timestamp of the message, specified as milliseconds since the Unix epoch (January 1, 1970 00:00:00 UTC). It may be less than or equal to 0 (default) if the message does not have a timestamp set.

This property is read-only.

received_message_type Property

The message's type.

Syntax

def get_received_message_type() -> str: ...

received_message_type = property(get_received_message_type, None)

Default Value

""

Remarks

The message's type.

This property holds the type of the message. It may be empty if the message does not have a type set.

This value must be specified as a string no longer than 255 characters.

This property is read-only.

received_message_user_id Property

The identity of the user responsible for producing the message.

Syntax

def get_received_message_user_id() -> str: ...

received_message_user_id = property(get_received_message_user_id, None)

Default Value

""

Remarks

The identity of the user responsible for producing the message.

This property specifies the identity of the user responsible for producing the message. It may be empty if no specific user was responsible for creating the message.

A message's user Id may be used for verification or authentication by the server and/or the final consumer.

This value must be specified as a string no longer than 255 characters.

This property is read-only.

remote_host Property

This property includes the address of the remote host. Domain names are resolved to IP addresses.

Syntax

def get_remote_host() -> str: ...
def set_remote_host(value: str) -> None: ...

remote_host = property(get_remote_host, set_remote_host)

Default Value

""

Remarks

This property specifies the IP address (IP number in dotted internet format) or the domain name of the remote host. It is set before a connection is attempted and cannot be changed once a connection is established.

If this property is set to a domain name, a DNS request is initiated, and upon successful termination of the request, this property is set to the corresponding address. If the search is not successful, an error is returned.

If the class is configured to use a SOCKS firewall, the value assigned to this property may be preceded with an "*". If this is the case, the host name is passed to the firewall unresolved and the firewall performs the DNS resolution.

Example. Connecting:

TCPClientControl.RemoteHost = "MyHostNameOrIP" TCPClientControl.RemotePort = 777 TCPClientControl.Connected = true

remote_port Property

The port of the AQMP server (default is 5672). The default port for SSL is 5671.

Syntax

def get_remote_port() -> int: ...
def set_remote_port(value: int) -> None: ...

remote_port = property(get_remote_port, set_remote_port)

Default Value

5672

Remarks

This property specifies a service port on the remote host to connect to.

A valid port number (a value between 1 and 65535) is required for the connection to take place. The property must be set before a connection is attempted and cannot be changed once a connection is established. Any attempt to change this property while connected will fail with an error.

server_property_count Property

The number of records in the ServerProperty arrays.

Syntax

def get_server_property_count() -> int: ...

server_property_count = property(get_server_property_count, None)

Default Value

0

Remarks

This property controls the size of the following arrays:

The array indices start at 0 and end at server_property_count - 1.

This property is read-only.

server_property_name Property

The table property's name.

Syntax

def get_server_property_name(server_property_index: int) -> str: ...

Default Value

""

Remarks

The table field's name.

This property specifies the table field's name. The name must be an ASCII string that:

  • Starts with an ASCII letter, $, or $ character.
  • Only contains ASCII letters, digits, underscores, $, and $ characters.
  • Is unique among all sibling table field server_property_names.
  • Is no longer than 128 characters.

The server_property_index parameter specifies the index of the item in the array. The size of the array is controlled by the server_property_count property.

This property is read-only.

server_property_value Property

The table property's value.

Syntax

def get_server_property_value(server_property_index: int) -> str: ...

Default Value

""

Remarks

The table field's value.

This property specifies the table field's value.

The server_property_index parameter specifies the index of the item in the array. The size of the array is controlled by the server_property_count property.

This property is read-only.

server_property_value_type Property

The table property's value type.

Syntax

def get_server_property_value_type(server_property_index: int) -> int: ...

Default Value

17

Remarks

The table field's value type.

This property specifies the table field's value type (and thus, the format of the data in the server_property_value property). Acceptable value types are:

Value Type JSON Value TypeDescriptionValue Format
fvtBoolean (0) boolean Boolean "True" or "False"
fvtByte (1) byte Byte -128 to 127
fvtUbyte (2) ubyte Unsigned byte 0 to 255
fvtShort (3) short Short -32768 to 32767
fvtUshort (4) ushort Unsigned short 0 to 65535
fvtInt (5) int Integer -2147483648 to 2147483647
fvtUint (6) uint Unsigned integer 0 to 4294967295
fvtLong (7) long Long -9223372036854775808 to 9223372036854775807
fvtUlong (8) ulong Unsigned long 0 to 18446744073709551615
fvtFloat (9) float Float IEEE 754 32-bit floating point number
fvtDouble (10) double Double IEEE 754 64-bit floating point number
fvtDecimal (11) decimal Decimal Hex-encoded byte string
fvtSstring (12) sstring Short string UTF-8 string data, limited to 255 bytes; may not contain null bytes (\0)
fvtString (13) string String String data
fvtArray (14) array Array JSON array of type-value pairs
fvtTimestamp (15) timestamp Timestamp Number of milliseconds since the Unix epoch (January 1, 1970 00:00:00 UTC)
fvtTable (16) table Table JSON object containing name-type-value tuples
fvtNull (17 - default)null Null N/A (server_property_value is ignored)

Note: The fvtUlong (8) and fvtSstring (12) value types are not supported when the RabbitMQCompatible configuration setting is enabled.

For the fvtArray (14) value type, the server_property_value should be specified as a JSON array of type-value pairs; for example:

[
  { "type": "int", "value": 23 },
  { "type": "int", "value": -52 },
  { "type": "int", "value": 153325 }
]

For the fvtTable (16) value type, the server_property_value should be specified as a JSON object containing name-type-value tuples; for example:

{
  { "name": "Test1", "type": "long", "value": 12345678901234 },
  { "name": "Test2", "type": "boolean", "value": "false" },
  { "name": "Test3", "type": "string", "value": "This is a test." }
}

Notes regarding fvtArray (14) and fvtTable (16) type server_property_values:

  • All "type" fields in the JSON content must be set to one of the value types in the table above.
  • For fvtTable (16) type server_property_values, all "name" fields must adhere to the rules described by the server_property_key documentation.
  • Nesting and mixing multiple levels of arrays and tables in the JSON is allowed.

The server_property_index parameter specifies the index of the item in the array. The size of the array is controlled by the server_property_count property.

This property is read-only.

ssl_accept_server_cert_encoded Property

This is the certificate (PEM/base64 encoded).

Syntax

def get_ssl_accept_server_cert_encoded() -> bytes: ...
def set_ssl_accept_server_cert_encoded(value: bytes) -> None: ...

ssl_accept_server_cert_encoded = property(get_ssl_accept_server_cert_encoded, set_ssl_accept_server_cert_encoded)

Default Value

""

Remarks

This is the certificate (PEM/base64 encoded). This property is used to assign a specific certificate. The ssl_accept_server_cert_store and ssl_accept_server_cert_subject properties also may be used to specify a certificate.

When ssl_accept_server_cert_encoded is set, a search is initiated in the current ssl_accept_server_cert_store for the private key of the certificate. If the key is found, ssl_accept_server_cert_subject is updated to reflect the full subject of the selected certificate; otherwise, ssl_accept_server_cert_subject is set to an empty string.

ssl_cert_encoded Property

This is the certificate (PEM/base64 encoded).

Syntax

def get_ssl_cert_encoded() -> bytes: ...
def set_ssl_cert_encoded(value: bytes) -> None: ...

ssl_cert_encoded = property(get_ssl_cert_encoded, set_ssl_cert_encoded)

Default Value

""

Remarks

This is the certificate (PEM/base64 encoded). This property is used to assign a specific certificate. The ssl_cert_store and ssl_cert_subject properties also may be used to specify a certificate.

When ssl_cert_encoded is set, a search is initiated in the current ssl_cert_store for the private key of the certificate. If the key is found, ssl_cert_subject is updated to reflect the full subject of the selected certificate; otherwise, ssl_cert_subject is set to an empty string.

ssl_cert_store Property

This is the name of the certificate store for the client certificate.

Syntax

def get_ssl_cert_store() -> bytes: ...
def set_ssl_cert_store(value: bytes) -> None: ...

ssl_cert_store = property(get_ssl_cert_store, set_ssl_cert_store)

Default Value

"MY"

Remarks

This is the name of the certificate store for the client certificate.

The ssl_cert_store_type property denotes the type of the certificate store specified by ssl_cert_store. If the store is password protected, specify the password in ssl_cert_store_password.

ssl_cert_store is used in conjunction with the ssl_cert_subject property to specify client certificates. If ssl_cert_store has a value, and ssl_cert_subject or ssl_cert_encoded is set, a search for a certificate is initiated. Please see the ssl_cert_subject property for details.

Designations of certificate stores are platform-dependent.

The following are designations of the most common User and Machine certificate stores in Windows:

MYA certificate store holding personal certificates with their associated private keys.
CACertifying authority certificates.
ROOTRoot certificates.

When the certificate store type is PFXFile, this property must be set to the name of the file. When the type is PFXBlob, the property must be set to the binary contents of a PFX file (i.e. PKCS12 certificate store).

ssl_cert_store_password Property

If the type of certificate store requires a password, this property is used to specify the password needed to open the certificate store.

Syntax

def get_ssl_cert_store_password() -> str: ...
def set_ssl_cert_store_password(value: str) -> None: ...

ssl_cert_store_password = property(get_ssl_cert_store_password, set_ssl_cert_store_password)

Default Value

""

Remarks

If the type of certificate store requires a password, this property is used to specify the password needed to open the certificate store.

ssl_cert_store_type Property

This is the type of certificate store for this certificate.

Syntax

def get_ssl_cert_store_type() -> int: ...
def set_ssl_cert_store_type(value: int) -> None: ...

ssl_cert_store_type = property(get_ssl_cert_store_type, set_ssl_cert_store_type)

Default Value

0

Remarks

This is the type of certificate store for this certificate.

The class supports both public and private keys in a variety of formats. When the cstAuto value is used the class will automatically determine the type. This property can take one of the following values:

0 (cstUser - default)For Windows, this specifies that the certificate store is a certificate store owned by the current user. Note: this store type is not available in Java.
1 (cstMachine)For Windows, this specifies that the certificate store is a machine store. Note: this store type is not available in Java.
2 (cstPFXFile)The certificate store is the name of a PFX (PKCS12) file containing certificates.
3 (cstPFXBlob)The certificate store is a string (binary or base64-encoded) representing a certificate store in PFX (PKCS12) format.
4 (cstJKSFile)The certificate store is the name of a Java Key Store (JKS) file containing certificates. Note: this store type is only available in Java.
5 (cstJKSBlob)The certificate store is a string (binary or base64-encoded) representing a certificate store in Java Key Store (JKS) format. Note: this store type is only available in Java.
6 (cstPEMKeyFile)The certificate store is the name of a PEM-encoded file that contains a private key and an optional certificate.
7 (cstPEMKeyBlob)The certificate store is a string (binary or base64-encoded) that contains a private key and an optional certificate.
8 (cstPublicKeyFile)The certificate store is the name of a file that contains a PEM- or DER-encoded public key certificate.
9 (cstPublicKeyBlob)The certificate store is a string (binary or base64-encoded) that contains a PEM- or DER-encoded public key certificate.
10 (cstSSHPublicKeyBlob)The certificate store is a string (binary or base64-encoded) that contains an SSH-style public key.
11 (cstP7BFile)The certificate store is the name of a PKCS7 file containing certificates.
12 (cstP7BBlob)The certificate store is a string (binary) representing a certificate store in PKCS7 format.
13 (cstSSHPublicKeyFile)The certificate store is the name of a file that contains an SSH-style public key.
14 (cstPPKFile)The certificate store is the name of a file that contains a PPK (PuTTY Private Key).
15 (cstPPKBlob)The certificate store is a string (binary) that contains a PPK (PuTTY Private Key).
16 (cstXMLFile)The certificate store is the name of a file that contains a certificate in XML format.
17 (cstXMLBlob)The certificate store is a string that contains a certificate in XML format.
18 (cstJWKFile)The certificate store is the name of a file that contains a JWK (JSON Web Key).
19 (cstJWKBlob)The certificate store is a string that contains a JWK (JSON Web Key).
20 (cstSecurityKey)The certificate is present on a physical security key accessible via a PKCS11 interface.

To use a security key the necessary data must first be collected using the CertMgr class. The list_store_certificates method may be called after setting cert_store_type to cstSecurityKey, cert_store_password to the PIN, and cert_store to the full path of the PKCS11 dll. The certificate information returned in the on_cert_list event's CertEncoded parameter may be saved for later use.

When using a certificate, pass the previously saved security key information as the ssl_cert_store and set ssl_cert_store_password to the PIN.

Code Example: SSH Authentication with Security Key certmgr.CertStoreType = CertStoreTypes.cstSecurityKey; certmgr.OnCertList += (s, e) => { secKeyBlob = e.CertEncoded; }; certmgr.CertStore = @"C:\Program Files\OpenSC Project\OpenSC\pkcs11\opensc-pkcs11.dll"; certmgr.CertStorePassword = "123456"; //PIN certmgr.ListStoreCertificates(); sftp.SSHCert = new Certificate(CertStoreTypes.cstSecurityKey, secKeyBlob, "123456", "*"); sftp.SSHUser = "test"; sftp.SSHLogon("myhost", 22);

21 (cstBCFKSFile)The certificate store is the name of a file that contains a BCFKS (Bouncy Castle FIPS Key Store). Note: this store type is only available in Java and .NET.
22 (cstBCFKSBlob)The certificate store is a string (binary or base64-encoded) representing a certificate store in BCFKS (Bouncy Castle FIPS Key Store) format. Note: this store type is only available in Java and .NET.
99 (cstAuto)The store type is automatically detected from the input data. This setting may be used with both public and private keys and can detect any of the supported formats automatically.

ssl_cert_subject Property

This is the subject of the certificate used for client authentication.

Syntax

def get_ssl_cert_subject() -> str: ...
def set_ssl_cert_subject(value: str) -> None: ...

ssl_cert_subject = property(get_ssl_cert_subject, set_ssl_cert_subject)

Default Value

""

Remarks

This is the subject of the certificate used for client authentication.

This property must be set after all other certificate properites are set. When this property is set, a search is performed in the current certificate store certificate with matching subject.

If a matching certificate is found, the property is set to the full subject of the matching certificate.

If an exact match is not found, the store is searched for subjects containing the value of the property.

If a match is still not found, the property is set to an empty string, and no certificate is selected.

The special value "*" picks a random certificate in the certificate store.

The certificate subject is a comma separated list of distinguished name fields and values. For instance "CN=www.server.com, OU=test, C=US, E=support@nsoftware.com". Common fields and their meanings are displayed below.

FieldMeaning
CNCommon Name. This is commonly a host name like www.server.com.
OOrganization
OUOrganizational Unit
LLocality
SState
CCountry
EEmail Address

If a field value contains a comma it must be quoted.

ssl_enabled Property

Whether TLS/SSL is enabled.

Syntax

def get_ssl_enabled() -> bool: ...
def set_ssl_enabled(value: bool) -> None: ...

ssl_enabled = property(get_ssl_enabled, set_ssl_enabled)

Default Value

FALSE

Remarks

This setting specifies whether TLS/SSL is enabled in the class. When False (default) the class operates in plaintext mode. When True TLS/SSL is enabled.

TLS/SSL may also be enabled by setting ssl_start_mode. Setting ssl_start_mode will automatically update this property value.

If the default port (5672) is selected when SSLEnabled is set to true, the port will automatically be changed to the default port for AMQP with SSL (5671). Likewise, if port 5671 is selected when SSLEnabled is set to false, the port will automatically be changed to the default port. If the port has been set to any value other than the default values, it will remain the same when the value of SSLEnabled changes.

ssl_provider Property

This specifies the SSL/TLS implementation to use.

Syntax

def get_ssl_provider() -> int: ...
def set_ssl_provider(value: int) -> None: ...

ssl_provider = property(get_ssl_provider, set_ssl_provider)

Default Value

0

Remarks

This property specifies the SSL/TLS implementation to use. In most cases the default value of 0 (Automatic) is recommended and should not be changed. When set to 0 (Automatic) the class will select whether to use the platform implementation or the internal implementation depending on the operating system as well as the TLS version being used.

Possible values are:

0 (sslpAutomatic - default)Automatically selects the appropriate implementation.
1 (sslpPlatform) Uses the platform/system implementation.
2 (sslpInternal) Uses the internal implementation.

Additional Notes

In most cases using the default value (Automatic) is recommended. The class will select a provider depending on the current platform.

When Automatic is selected, on Windows the class will use the platform implementation. On Linux/macOS the class will use the internal implementation. When TLS 1.3 is enabled via SSLEnabledProtocols the internal implementation is used on all platforms.

ssl_server_cert_encoded Property

This is the certificate (PEM/base64 encoded).

Syntax

def get_ssl_server_cert_encoded() -> bytes: ...

ssl_server_cert_encoded = property(get_ssl_server_cert_encoded, None)

Default Value

""

Remarks

This is the certificate (PEM/base64 encoded). This property is used to assign a specific certificate. The ssl_server_cert_store and ssl_server_cert_subject properties also may be used to specify a certificate.

When ssl_server_cert_encoded is set, a search is initiated in the current ssl_server_cert_store for the private key of the certificate. If the key is found, ssl_server_cert_subject is updated to reflect the full subject of the selected certificate; otherwise, ssl_server_cert_subject is set to an empty string.

This property is read-only.

timeout Property

A timeout for the class.

Syntax

def get_timeout() -> int: ...
def set_timeout(value: int) -> None: ...

timeout = property(get_timeout, set_timeout)

Default Value

60

Remarks

If the timeout property is set to 0, all operations return immediately, potentially failing with a WOULDBLOCK error if data cannot be sent immediately.

If timeout is set to a positive value, data is sent in a blocking manner and the class will wait for the operation to complete before returning control. The class will handle any potential WOULDBLOCK errors internally and automatically retry the operation for a maximum of timeout seconds.

The class will use do_events to enter an efficient wait loop during any potential waiting period, making sure that all system events are processed immediately as they arrive. This ensures that the host application does not "freeze" and remains responsive.

If timeout expires, and the operation is not yet complete, the class fails with an error.

Please note that by default, all timeouts are inactivity timeouts, i.e. the timeout period is extended by timeout seconds when any amount of data is successfully sent or received.

The default value for the timeout property is 60 seconds.

user Property

A username to use for SASL authentication.

Syntax

def get_user() -> str: ...
def set_user(value: str) -> None: ...

user = property(get_user, set_user)

Default Value

""

Remarks

This property contains a username to use for SASL authentication.

virtual_host Property

The virtual host to connect to.

Syntax

def get_virtual_host() -> str: ...
def set_virtual_host(value: str) -> None: ...

virtual_host = property(get_virtual_host, set_virtual_host)

Default Value

"/"

Remarks

This property specifies the virtual host to connect to on the server, and is set to / by default.

Note that the configuration of the server defines what virtual hosts are available.

This setting cannot be changed while connected.

bind_queue Method

Binds a queue to an exchange.

Syntax

def bind_queue(channel_name: str, queue_name: str, exchange_name: str, routing_key: str, no_wait: bool) -> None: ...

Remarks

This method is used to bind the queue named QueueName to the exchange named ExchangeName. Exchanges use bindings to determine which queues to route messages to.

Multiple bindings between the same queue and exchange with different RoutingKeys and/or arguments are allowed; requests that would create a duplicate binding are ignored. No queue will ever receive duplicate copies of any message, regardless of what bindings are present on the server.

Note that all AMQP 0.9.1 servers automatically bind all queues to their default exchange (which is always a direct exchange with no name) using each queue's name as the binding's routing key. This makes it easy to send a message to a specific queue without having to declare bindings; just call publish_message, pass empty string for ExchangeName, and the name of the desired queue for RoutingKey.

ChannelName controls what channel the class will send the request over. While any channel can technically be used, keep in mind that the server will close it if a channel error occurs. For this reason, it is good practice to make requests such as this one using a channel that is not involved in message publishing or consumption.

QueueName must be a non-empty string consisting only of letters, digits, hyphens, underscores, periods, and colons. It must be no longer than 255 characters.

The server's default exchange may be specified by passing empty string for ExchangeName. Otherwise, ExchangeName must be a non-empty string consisting only of letters, digits, hyphens, underscores, periods, and colons. It must be no longer than 255 characters.

The RoutingKey parameter specifies the binding's routing key. Exchanges that use routing-key-based logic make some sort of comparison between the routing keys of incoming messages and this value to decide which messages should be forwarded to the specified queue. Examples of exchange types which use routing keys include:

  • direct exchanges, which compare (for equality) the routing keys of incoming messages to the routing keys of each queue bound to them.
  • topic exchanges, which match the routing keys of incoming messages against the routing pattern of each queue bound to them.

Not all exchange types make use of routing keys, in which case empty string can be passed for the RoutingKey parameter. Examples of exchange types which don't use routing keys include:

  • fanout exchanges simply forward incoming messages to all queues bound to them, unconditionally.
  • header exchanges only forward messages that include certain headers. When binding a queue to a header exchange, add items to the Argument* properties to describe the headers that eligible messages must have, and whether they must have any or all of those headers.

Note that the format of the RoutingKey parameter and/or the content of the Argument* properties may differ slightly between server implementations. Refer to your server's documentation to determine what it expects to receive for each exchange type that it supports.

The NoWait parameter, if True, will cause the server to execute the request asynchronously. For asynchronous request handling, the server only sends back a response in case of an error.

An exception is thrown if no channel with the given ChannelName exists, or if the server returns an error because:

  • No queue with the given QueueName exists.
  • No exchange with the given ExchangeName exists.

Note that in AMQP, server errors are grouped into "connection errors" and "channel errors", and both are fatal. That is, if the server returns a channel error, it will then close the channel which caused the error; and if it returns a connection error, it will then close the connection. The AMQPClassic class's Error Codes page includes AMQP's various connection and channel errors.

Binding a Queue to an Exchange // Bind a queue to an exchange. Messages will only be delivered to the queue if their routing key is "MyRoutingKey". amqpc1.BindQueue("channel", "MyQueue", "MyExchange", "MyRoutingKey", false);

cancel_consume Method

Cancels an existing consumer.

Syntax

def cancel_consume(channel_name: str, consumer_tag: str, no_wait: bool) -> None: ...

Remarks

This method requests that the server cancel the consumer identified by the given ConsumerTag on the channel specified by ChannelName.

The NoWait parameter, if True, will cause the server to execute the request asynchronously. For asynchronous request handling, the server only sends back a response in case of an error.

An exception is thrown if no channel with the given ChannelName exists, or if the server returns an error because no consumer with the given ConsumerTag exists.

Note that in AMQP, server errors are grouped into "connection errors" and "channel errors", and both are fatal. That is, if the server returns a channel error, it will then close the channel which caused the error; and if it returns a connection error, it will then close the connection. The AMQPClassic class's Error Codes page includes AMQP's various connection and channel errors.

close_channel Method

Closes a channel.

Syntax

def close_channel(channel_name: str) -> None: ...

Remarks

This method closes the channel named ChannelName and removes it from the Channel* properties.

If no channel with the given ChannelName exists, an exception will be thrown.

commit_transaction Method

Commits the current transaction for a channel.

Syntax

def commit_transaction(channel_name: str) -> None: ...

Remarks

This method commits the current transaction for the channel with the given ChannelName. A new transaction is started immediately after the current one is committed.

Refer to enable_transaction_mode for more information about transactions.

An exception is thrown if a channel with the given ChannelName doesn't exist, or if the server returns an error because the channel does not have transaction mode enabled.

Note that in AMQP, server errors are grouped into "connection errors" and "channel errors", and both are fatal. That is, if the server returns a channel error, it will then close the channel which caused the error; and if it returns a connection error, it will then close the connection. The AMQPClassic class's Error Codes page includes AMQP's various connection and channel errors.

config Method

Sets or retrieves a configuration setting.

Syntax

def config(configuration_string: str) -> str: ...

Remarks

config is a generic method available in every class. It is used to set and retrieve configuration settings for the class.

These settings are similar in functionality to properties, but they are rarely used. In order to avoid "polluting" the property namespace of the class, access to these internal properties is provided through the config method.

To set a configuration setting named PROPERTY, you must call Config("PROPERTY=VALUE"), where VALUE is the value of the setting expressed as a string. For boolean values, use the strings "True", "False", "0", "1", "Yes", or "No" (case does not matter).

To read (query) the value of a configuration setting, you must call Config("PROPERTY"). The value will be returned as a string.

connect Method

This method connects to a remote host.

Syntax

def connect() -> None: ...

Remarks

This method connects to the remote host specified by remote_host and remote_port. For instance: component.RemoteHost = "MyHostNameOrIP"; component.RemotePort = 7777; component.Connect();

connect_to Method

This method connects to a remote host.

Syntax

def connect_to(host: str, port: int) -> None: ...

Remarks

This method connects to the remote host specified by the Host and Port parameters. For instance: component.ConnectTo("MyHostNameOrIP", 777)

consume Method

Starts a new consumer for a given queue.

Syntax

def consume(channel_name: str, queue_name: str, consumer_tag: str, no_local: bool, no_ack: bool, exclusive: bool, no_wait: bool) -> None: ...

Remarks

This method instructs the server to start a new consumer on the queue named QueueName; once the consumer is created, it will cause messages enqueued to the specified queue to be delivered to the class over the channel specified by ChannelName.

Consumers last as long as the channel they were created on, or until they are cancelled using the cancel_consume method. Each time a message is delivered to the class, it is immediately added to the IncomingMessage* properties, the ReceivedMessage* properties are populated, and the on_message_in event fires.

ConsumerTag is a string which uniquely identifies the new consumer on the specified channel. If empty string is passed for ConsumerTag, the server will generate a consumer tag automatically when it creates the . this auto-generated consumer tag can then be retrieved by querying the ConsumerTag configuration setting after this method returns.

The NoLocal parameter, if True, ensures that the consumer never consumes messages published on the same channel. (Note that this functionality is not available on RabbitMQ servers, which ignore the NoLocal parameter).

The NoAck parameter controls whether the server will expect the class to acknowledge the each message delivered. Refer to on_message_in for more information about acknowledging messages.

The Exclusive parameter, if True, will cause the class to request that the server create an exclusive consumer. Attaching an exclusive consumer to a queue prevents any other consumers from consuming messages from that queue.

The NoWait parameter, if True, will cause the server to execute the request asynchronously. For asynchronous request handling, the server only sends back a response in case of an error.

Additional arguments may be sent with this request by adding them to the Argument* properties. Arguments are server-dependent; refer to your server's documentation to determine if any additional arguments apply for this request.

An exception is thrown if no channel with the given ChannelName exists, or if the server returns an error because:

  • No queue with the given QueueName exists.
  • The given ConsumerTag is already in use on the specified channel.
  • An exclusive consumer was requested for a queue which already has consumers attached to it.

Note that in AMQP, server errors are grouped into "connection errors" and "channel errors", and both are fatal. That is, if the server returns a channel error, it will then close the channel which caused the error; and if it returns a connection error, it will then close the connection. The AMQPClassic class's Error Codes page includes AMQP's various connection and channel errors.

Receiving a Message // MessageIn event handler. amqpc1.OnMessageIn += (s, e) => { if (e.MessageCount == -1) { // The server pushed a message to us asynchronously due to a consumer we created. Console.WriteLine("The server pushed this message to us via consumer '" + e.ConsumerTag + "':"); Console.WriteLine(amqpc1.ReceivedMessage.Body); } else if (e.DeliveryTag > 0) { // We pulled a message from a queue with the FetchMessage() method. Console.WriteLine("Message successfully pulled:"); Console.WriteLine(amqpc1.ReceivedMessage.Body); Console.WriteLine(e.MessageCount + " messages are still available to pull."); } else { // We tried to pull a message, but there were none available to pull. Console.WriteLine("No messages available to pull."); } }; // Attach a consumer to "MyQueue". amqpc1.Consume("channel", "MyQueue", "consumerTag", false, true, false, false); // Or, try to fetch a message from "MyQueue". amqpc1.FetchMessage("channel", "MyQueue", true);

create_channel Method

Creates a new channel.

Syntax

def create_channel(channel_name: str) -> None: ...

Remarks

This method creates a new channel with the name ChannelName and adds it to the Channel* properties. If a channel with the given ChannelName already exists, an error will be thrown.

Connecting and Creating a Channel // The examples in this documentation use a RabbitMQ server, which requires SASL Plain auth. amqpc1.AuthScheme = AmqpclassicAuthSchemes.smSASLPlain; amqpc1.User = "guest"; amqpc1.Password = "guest"; amqpc1.SSLEnabled = true; amqpc1.ConnectTo("amqpclassic.test-server.com", 5671); amqpc1.CreateChannel("channel");

declare_exchange Method

Verifies that an exchange exists, potentially creating it if necessary.

Syntax

def declare_exchange(channel_name: str, exchange_name: str, exchange_type: str, passive: bool, durable: bool, auto_delete: bool, no_wait: bool) -> None: ...

Remarks

This method is used to verify that an exchange named ExchangeName exists; and potentially creates it if no such exchange exists.

ChannelName controls what channel the class will send the request over. While any channel can technically be used, keep in mind that the server will close it if a channel error occurs. For this reason, it is good practice to make requests such as this one using a channel that is not involved in message publishing or consumption.

ExchangeName must be a non-empty string consisting only of letters, digits, hyphens, underscores, periods, and colons. It must be no longer than 255 characters, and must not begin with amq. unless the Passive parameter is True.

ExchangeType specifies the exchange type. All servers support the direct and fanout exchange types, and most should also support the topic and header exchange types. Some servers may support additional, custom exchange types as well. Refer to your server's documentation for more information about each exchange type, and to determine what exchange types it supports other than direct and fanout.

If Passive is True, the server will only verify that an exchange with the given ExchangeName actually exists (regardless of how it is configured).

If Passive is False, and no exchange named ExchangeName currently exists, the server will create one.

If Passive is False, and there is a preexisting exchange named ExchangeName, the server will verify that its current configuration matches the given parameters and arguments.

Durable specifies what happens to the exchange in the event of a server restart. Durable exchanges will be recreated, while non-durable (transient) exchanges will not.

AutoDelete specifies whether the server should automatically delete the exchange when all queues have been unbound from it. Note that this parameter is only sent if the RabbitMQCompatible configuration setting is enabled; it is ignored otherwise.

The NoWait parameter, if True, will cause the server to execute the request asynchronously. For asynchronous request handling, the server only sends back a response in case of an error.

Additional arguments may be sent with this request by adding them to the Argument* properties. Arguments are server-dependent; refer to your server's documentation to determine if any additional arguments apply for this request.

An exception is thrown if no channel with the given ChannelName exists, or if the server returns an error because:

  • One of the parameter constraints described above was violated.
  • One of the verification cases described above fails.
  • The value passed for ExchangeType did not correspond to an exchange type supported by the server.

Note that in AMQP, server errors are grouped into "connection errors" and "channel errors", and both are fatal. That is, if the server returns a channel error, it will then close the channel which caused the error; and if it returns a connection error, it will then close the connection. The AMQPClassic class's Error Codes page includes AMQP's various connection and channel errors.

Declaring an Exchange // Declare a direct-type exchange. amqpc1.DeclareExchange("channel", "MyExchange", "direct", false, false, false, false);

declare_queue Method

Verifies that a queue exists, potentially creating it if necessary.

Syntax

def declare_queue(channel_name: str, queue_name: str, passive: bool, durable: bool, exclusive: bool, auto_delete: bool, no_wait: bool) -> None: ...

Remarks

This method is used to verify that a queue named QueueName exists; and potentially creates it if no such queue exists.

After each successful call to this method, the class populates the queue_message_count property, as well as the QueueConsumerCount and QueueName configuration settings. Refer to each one for more information.

ChannelName controls what channel the class will send the request over. While any channel can technically be used, keep in mind that the server will close it if a channel error occurs. For this reason, it is good practice to make requests such as this one using a channel that is not involved in message publishing or consumption.

If creating a new queue, empty string can be passed for QueueName to have the server automatically generate a name for the new queue (which can then be retrieved using the QueueName configuration setting). In all other cases, QueueName must be a non-empty string consisting only of letters, digits, hyphens, underscores, periods, and colons. It must be no longer than 255 characters, and must not begin with amq. unless the Passive parameter is True.

If Passive is True, the server will only verify that a queue with the given QueueName actually exists (regardless of how it is configured).

If Passive is False, and no queue named QueueName currently exists, the server will create one.

If Passive is False, and there is a preexisting queue named QueueName, the server will verify that its current configuration matches the given parameters and arguments.

Durable specifies what happens to the queue in the event of a server restart. Durable queue will be recreated, while non-durable (transient) queue will not. (Note that the messages in durable queues will still be lost unless they are marked as persistent.)

Exclusive, if True, indicates that the queue may only be accessed by the current connection. Exclusive queues are deleted when the current connection closes.

AutoDelete specifies whether the server should automatically delete the queue when all consumers have finished using it. (Note that auto-delete queues aren't eligible for deletion until after a consumer attaches to them for the first time.)

The NoWait parameter, if True, will cause the server to execute the request asynchronously. For asynchronous request handling, the server only sends back a response in case of an error.

Additional arguments may be sent with this request by adding them to the Argument* properties. Arguments are server-dependent; refer to your server's documentation to determine if any additional arguments apply for this request.

An exception is thrown if no channel with the given ChannelName exists, if QueueName empty string and NoWait is True, or if the server returns an error because:

  • One of the parameter constraints described above was violated.
  • One of the verification cases described above fails.
  • An attempt was made to verify (i.e., the Passive parameter was True) another connection's exclusive queue.

Note that in AMQP, server errors are grouped into "connection errors" and "channel errors", and both are fatal. That is, if the server returns a channel error, it will then close the channel which caused the error; and if it returns a connection error, it will then close the connection. The AMQPClassic class's Error Codes page includes AMQP's various connection and channel errors.

Declaring a Queue // Declare a queue. amqpc1.DeclareQueue("channel", "MyQueue", false, false, false, false, false);

delete_exchange Method

Deletes an exchange.

Syntax

def delete_exchange(channel_name: str, exchange_name: str, if_unused: bool, no_wait: bool) -> None: ...

Remarks

This method is used to delete an exchange.

ChannelName controls what channel the class will send the request over. While any channel can technically be used, keep in mind that the server will close it if a channel error occurs. For this reason, it is good practice to make requests such as this one using a channel that is not involved in message publishing or consumption.

ExchangeName must be a non-empty string consisting only of letters, digits, hyphens, underscores, periods, and colons. It must be no longer than 255 characters, and must not begin with amq..

When IfUnused is True, the server will only delete the exchange if no queues are bound to it.

The NoWait parameter, if True, will cause the server to execute the request asynchronously. For asynchronous request handling, the server only sends back a response in case of an error.

An exception is thrown if no channel with the given ChannelName exists, or if the server returns an error because:

  • The value passed for ExchangeName fails one or more of the constraints described above.
  • No exchange named ExchangeName exists. (This does not apply for RabbitMQ; attempting to delete a non-existent exchange will always succeed.)
  • The IfUnused parameter was True, but the exchange still had one or more queues bound to it.

Note that in AMQP, server errors are grouped into "connection errors" and "channel errors", and both are fatal. That is, if the server returns a channel error, it will then close the channel which caused the error; and if it returns a connection error, it will then close the connection. The AMQPClassic class's Error Codes page includes AMQP's various connection and channel errors.

delete_queue Method

Deletes a queue.

Syntax

def delete_queue(channel_name: str, queue_name: str, if_unused: bool, if_empty: bool, no_wait: bool) -> None: ...

Remarks

This method is used to delete the queue named QueueName.

After each successful call to this method, the class populates the queue_message_count property with the number of messages deleted along with the queue. (Note that this does not occur if the NoWait parameter is set to True.)

ChannelName controls what channel the class will send the request over. While any channel can technically be used, keep in mind that the server will close it if a channel error occurs. For this reason, it is good practice to make requests such as this one using a channel that is not involved in message publishing or consumption.

QueueName must be a non-empty string consisting only of letters, digits, hyphens, underscores, periods, and colons. It must be no longer than 255 characters, and must not begin with amq..

When IfUnused is True, the server will only delete the queue if no consumers are attached to it.

When IfEmpty is True, the server will only delete the queue if it has no messages in it. (When IfEmpty is False, servers will typically move any remaining messages to a dead-letter queue, if one is available.)

The NoWait parameter, if True, will cause the server to execute the request asynchronously. For asynchronous request handling, the server only sends back a response in case of an error.

An exception is thrown if no channel with the given ChannelName exists, or if the server returns an error because:

  • The value passed for QueueName fails one or more of the constraints described above.
  • No queue named QueueName exists. (This does not apply for RabbitMQ; attempting to delete a non-existent queue will always succeed.)
  • The IfUnused parameter was True, but the queue still had one or more consumers attached to it.
  • The IfEmpty parameter was True, but the queue still had one or more messages in it.

Note that in AMQP, server errors are grouped into "connection errors" and "channel errors", and both are fatal. That is, if the server returns a channel error, it will then close the channel which caused the error; and if it returns a connection error, it will then close the connection. The AMQPClassic class's Error Codes page includes AMQP's various connection and channel errors.

disconnect Method

This method disconnects from the remote host.

Syntax

def disconnect() -> None: ...

Remarks

This method disconnects from the remote host. Calling this method is equivalent to setting the connected property to False.

do_events Method

Processes events from the internal message queue.

Syntax

def do_events() -> None: ...

Remarks

When do_events is called, the class processes any available events. If no events are available, it waits for a preset period of time, and then returns.

enable_publish_confirms Method

Enables publish confirmations mode for a channel.

Syntax

def enable_publish_confirms(channel_name: str, no_wait: bool) -> None: ...

Remarks

This method enables publish confirmations mode for the channel with the given ChannelName.

While a channel is in publish confirmations mode, the server will acknowledge each message published by the class. The class will wait to fire the on_message_out event until it receives this acknowledgement. (Note that this mode is only available when the RabbitMQCompatible configuration setting is enabled.)

Note that a channel will stay in publish confirmations mode, once enabled, until it is deleted.

The NoWait parameter, if True, will cause the server to execute the request asynchronously. For asynchronous request handling, the server only sends back a response in case of an error.

An exception is thrown if the RabbitMQCompatible configuration setting is currently False, if no channel with the given ChannelName exists, or if enable_transaction_mode has been called for the specified channel previously.

enable_transaction_mode Method

Enables transaction mode for a channel.

Syntax

def enable_transaction_mode(channel_name: str) -> None: ...

Remarks

This method enables transaction mode for the channel with the given ChannelName.

While a channel is in transaction mode, all messages published and acknowledgements sent over it will be part of a transaction, and the server will wait to process them until the transaction is either committed or rolled back.

To commit the current transaction on a channel, call commit_transaction; and to roll it back (and discard the messages and acknowledgements that were part of it), call rollback_transaction.

Keep in mind that, according to the AMQP 0.9.1 specification:

  • A new transaction is always started immediately after committing or rolling back the current one, which means that...
  • ...a channel will stay in transaction mode, once enabled, until it is deleted.
  • Transactions are only guaranteed to be atomic if all messages published and acknowledgements sent affect a single queue.
  • Any messages published on a channel in transaction mode that have the Mandatory or Immediate flags set are not guaranteed to be included in the transaction.

An exception is thrown if no channel with the given ChannelName exists, or if enable_publish_confirms has been called for the specified channel previously.

fetch_message Method

Attempts to fetch a message from a given queue.

Syntax

def fetch_message(channel_name: str, queue_name: str, no_ack: bool) -> None: ...

Remarks

This method attempts to fetch a message from the queue named QueueName over the channel named ChannelName.

If a message is fetched as a result of this method being called, it is immediately added to the IncomingMessage* properties, the ReceivedMessage* properties are populated, and the on_message_in event fires.

Even if no message gets fetched, the on_message_in event will still fire as long as the request was successful. The server returns the number of available messages in the specified queue in response to all successful fetch requests, and that count is exposed by on_message_in event's MessageCount parameter. Refer to the on_message_in event for more information.

QueueName must be a non-empty string consisting only of letters, digits, hyphens, underscores, periods, and colons. It must be no longer than 255 characters.

The NoAck parameter controls whether the server will expect the class to acknowledge the fetched message. Refer to on_message_in for more information about acknowledging messages.

An exception is thrown if no channel with the given ChannelName exists, or if the server returns an error because:

  • No queue with the given QueueName exists.
  • The specified queue exists, but is locked or otherwise unavailable to consume from (e.g., an exclusive consumer might be attached to it).

Note that in AMQP, server errors are grouped into "connection errors" and "channel errors", and both are fatal. That is, if the server returns a channel error, it will then close the channel which caused the error; and if it returns a connection error, it will then close the connection. The AMQPClassic class's Error Codes page includes AMQP's various connection and channel errors.

Receiving a Message // MessageIn event handler. amqpc1.OnMessageIn += (s, e) => { if (e.MessageCount == -1) { // The server pushed a message to us asynchronously due to a consumer we created. Console.WriteLine("The server pushed this message to us via consumer '" + e.ConsumerTag + "':"); Console.WriteLine(amqpc1.ReceivedMessage.Body); } else if (e.DeliveryTag > 0) { // We pulled a message from a queue with the FetchMessage() method. Console.WriteLine("Message successfully pulled:"); Console.WriteLine(amqpc1.ReceivedMessage.Body); Console.WriteLine(e.MessageCount + " messages are still available to pull."); } else { // We tried to pull a message, but there were none available to pull. Console.WriteLine("No messages available to pull."); } }; // Attach a consumer to "MyQueue". amqpc1.Consume("channel", "MyQueue", "consumerTag", false, true, false, false); // Or, try to fetch a message from "MyQueue". amqpc1.FetchMessage("channel", "MyQueue", true);

interrupt Method

Interrupt the current action and disconnects from the remote host.

Syntax

def interrupt() -> None: ...

Remarks

This method will interrupt the current method (if applicable) and cause the class to disconnect from the remote host.

publish_message Method

Publishes a message.

Syntax

def publish_message(channel_name: str, exchange_name: str, routing_key: str, mandatory: bool, immediate: bool) -> None: ...

Remarks

This method is used to publish the message specified by the Message* properties to the exchange named ExchangeName over the channel specified by ChannelName.

When this method is called, the message to publish is immediately added to the OutgoingMessage* properties, and the on_message_out event fires once it has been sent (or, if the specified channel is in "publish confirmations" mode, after the server has acknowledged it).

Note that all AMQP 0.9.1 servers automatically bind all queues to their default exchange (which is always a direct exchange with no name) using each queue's name as the binding's routing key. This makes it easy to send a message to a specific queue without having to declare bindings; just call publish_message, pass empty string for ExchangeName, and the name of the desired queue for RoutingKey.

Note that messages published over channels which are in either transaction or "publish confirmations" mode may be handled differently than they would be on a channel in normal mode. Refer to the enable_transaction_mode and enable_publish_confirms methods for more information about what each mode entails.

The server's default exchange may be specified by passing empty string for ExchangeName. Otherwise, ExchangeName must be a non-empty string consisting only of letters, digits, hyphens, underscores, periods, and colons. It must be no longer than 255 characters.

The RoutingKey parameter specifies the message's routing key. Whether this parameter needs to be non-empty, and what format it should have if so, depends on the type of exchange it is being sent to. Some exchange types may use information included with the message, such as its message_headers. Refer to bind_queue for more information about how routing keys are used, and to your server's documentation for information on what it expects.

The Mandatory parameter controls what the server should do if the message can't be routed to any queue (either because it isn't eligible for any of the queues bound to the specified exchange because of how their bindings are configured, or because no queues are bound to the exchange in the first place). If True, the server will return the message, at which point the on_message_returned event will be fired. If False, the server will drop the message.

The Immediate parameter controls what the server should do if the message can't be immediately delivered to any consumer (either because it cannot be routed to a queue, or because the queues it can be routed to have no active consumers attached to them). If True, the server will return the message, at which point the on_message_returned event will be fired. If False, the server will queue the message if possible, or drop it if not.

An exception is thrown if no channel with the given ChannelName exists, or if the server returns an error because:

  • The value passed for ExchangeName fails one or more of the constraints described above.
  • No exchange named ExchangeName exists.
  • The message is rejected for some reason.

Note that in AMQP, server errors are grouped into "connection errors" and "channel errors", and both are fatal. That is, if the server returns a channel error, it will then close the channel which caused the error; and if it returns a connection error, it will then close the connection. The AMQPClassic class's Error Codes page includes AMQP's various connection and channel errors.

Publishing a Message amqpc1.Message.Body = "Hello, world!"; // Publish a message to the server's default (no-name) exchange, using the name of a specific queue as the routing key. amqpc1.PublishMessage("channel", "", "MyQueue", false, false); // Publish a message to the "MyExchange" exchange, using the routing key "MyRoutingKey". amqpc1.PublishMessage("channel", "MyExchange", "MyRoutingKey", false, false);

purge_queue Method

Purges all messages from a queue.

Syntax

def purge_queue(channel_name: str, queue_name: str, no_wait: bool) -> None: ...

Remarks

This method purges all messages from the queue named QueueName. Messages which have been sent but are awaiting acknowledgement are not affected.

After each successful call to this method, the class populates the queue_message_count property with the number of messages purged from the queue. (Note that this does not occur if the NoWait parameter is set to True.)

ChannelName controls what channel the class will send the request over. While any channel can technically be used, keep in mind that the server will close it if a channel error occurs. For this reason, it is good practice to make requests such as this one using a channel that is not involved in message publishing or consumption.

QueueName must be a non-empty string consisting only of letters, digits, hyphens, underscores, periods, and colons. It must be no longer than 255 characters.

The NoWait parameter, if True, will cause the server to execute the request asynchronously. For asynchronous request handling, the server only sends back a response in case of an error.

An exception is thrown if no channel with the given ChannelName exists, or if the server returns an error because no queue named QueueName exists.

Note that in AMQP, server errors are grouped into "connection errors" and "channel errors", and both are fatal. That is, if the server returns a channel error, it will then close the channel which caused the error; and if it returns a connection error, it will then close the connection. The AMQPClassic class's Error Codes page includes AMQP's various connection and channel errors.

recover Method

Request that the server redeliver all messages on a given channel that have not been acknowledged.

Syntax

def recover(channel_name: str, requeue: bool) -> None: ...

Remarks

This method is used to request that the server redeliver all messages that it previously sent to the class on the channel specified by ChannelName which are still awaiting acknowledgement.

A call to this method may cause the server to redeliver zero or more messages over the channel specified by ChannelName. Those messages will cause the on_message_in event to fire with its Redelivered event parameter set to True.

The Requeue parameter controls how the server should attempt to redeliver the messages awaiting acknowledgement. If set to True, the server will simple put the messages back on their original queues, and they will be delivered like any other queued messages (potentially to other consumers). If set to False, the server will redeliver the messages to the class directly.

An exception is thrown if no channel with the given ChannelName exists, or (for RabbitMQ only) if the server returns an error because Requeue was False. (RabbitMQ only supports setting Requeue to True.)

Note that in AMQP, server errors are grouped into "connection errors" and "channel errors", and both are fatal. That is, if the server returns a channel error, it will then close the channel which caused the error; and if it returns a connection error, it will then close the connection. The AMQPClassic class's Error Codes page includes AMQP's various connection and channel errors.

reset Method

Reset the class.

Syntax

def reset() -> None: ...

Remarks

This method will reset the class's properties to their default values.

reset_message Method

Resets the Message properties.

Syntax

def reset_message() -> None: ...

Remarks

This method resets the Message* properties.

rollback_transaction Method

Rolls back the current transaction for a channel.

Syntax

def rollback_transaction(channel_name: str) -> None: ...

Remarks

This method rolls back the current transaction for the channel with the given ChannelName. A new transaction is started immediately after the current one is rolled back.

Refer to enable_transaction_mode for more information about transactions.

An exception is thrown if a channel with the given ChannelName doesn't exist, or if the server returns an error because the channel does not have transaction mode enabled.

Note that in AMQP, server errors are grouped into "connection errors" and "channel errors", and both are fatal. That is, if the server returns a channel error, it will then close the channel which caused the error; and if it returns a connection error, it will then close the connection. The AMQPClassic class's Error Codes page includes AMQP's various connection and channel errors.

set_channel_accept Method

Disables or enables message acceptance for a given channel.

Syntax

def set_channel_accept(channel_name: str, accept: bool) -> None: ...

Remarks

This method is used to disable and enable message acceptance for the channel specified by ChannelName.

A channel is always configured to accept messages when first created, allowing the server to freely deliver messages to the class for any consumers that have been created on that channel using the consume method.

Disabling message acceptance for a channel prevents the server from automatically delivering messages to the class over it; however, it is still possible to use the fetch_message method to synchronously attempt to retrieve a message on a channel with message acceptance disabled.

An exception is thrown if no channel with the given ChannelName exists, or (for RabbitMQ only) if the server returns an error because Accept was False. (RabbitMQ does not support disabling message acceptance.)

Note that in AMQP, server errors are grouped into "connection errors" and "channel errors", and both are fatal. That is, if the server returns a channel error, it will then close the channel which caused the error; and if it returns a connection error, it will then close the connection. The AMQPClassic class's Error Codes page includes AMQP's various connection and channel errors.

set_qos Method

Requests a specific quality of service (QoS).

Syntax

def set_qos(channel_name: str, prefetch_size: int, prefetch_count: int, global_: bool) -> None: ...

Remarks

This method is used to request a specific quality of service for a certain scope. When the PrefetchSize and/or PrefetchCount are set for a certain scope, the server will limit how many messages it sends to the class before stopping to wait for or or more of them to be acknowledged.

ChannelName is the name of the channel which is used to send the request. Depending on the server and what Global is set to, it may also be significant to the request itself (refer to the Global parameter's description, below, for more information).

PrefetchSize specifies a window size in bytes; i.e., the server will stop sending messages if the total size of all of the currently unacknowledged messages already sent, plus the size of the next message that could be sent, exceeds PrefetchSize bytes. A PrefetchSize of 0 indicates no limit. (Note that RabbitMQ does not support prefetch size limits.)

PrefetchCount specifies the number of unacknowledged messages the server will limit itself to sending. A PrefetchCount of 0 indicates no limit.

Global specifies the scope which the QoS request should apply to. It is interpreted differently based on whether the server is RabbitMQ or not. Refer to this table:

Global is...RabbitMQ Other Servers
False QoS will be applied individually to each new consumer on the specified channel (existing consumers are unaffected).QoS applied to all existing and new consumers on the specified channel.
True QoS applied to all existing and new consumers on the specified channel. QoS applied to all existing and new consumers on the whole connection.

Keep the following things in mind when using QoS:

  • The limits specified by a QoS request only affect messages that require acknowledgement.
  • How the server chooses to handle interactions between QoS settings at different scopes is server-dependent.

An exception is thrown if no channel with the given ChannelName exists, or if the server returns an error for any reason.

Note that in AMQP, server errors are grouped into "connection errors" and "channel errors", and both are fatal. That is, if the server returns a channel error, it will then close the channel which caused the error; and if it returns a connection error, it will then close the connection. The AMQPClassic class's Error Codes page includes AMQP's various connection and channel errors.

unbind_queue Method

Removes a previously-created queue binding.

Syntax

def unbind_queue(channel_name: str, queue_name: str, exchange_name: str, routing_key: str) -> None: ...

Remarks

This method removes a previously-created queue binding.

ChannelName controls what channel the class will send the request over. While any channel can technically be used, keep in mind that the server will close it if a channel error occurs. For this reason, it is good practice to make requests such as this one using a channel that is not involved in message publishing or consumption.

QueueName must be a non-empty string consisting only of letters, digits, hyphens, underscores, periods, and colons. It must be no longer than 255 characters.

The server's default exchange may be specified by passing empty string for ExchangeName. Otherwise, ExchangeName must be a non-empty string consisting only of letters, digits, hyphens, underscores, periods, and colons. It must be no longer than 255 characters.

RoutingKey should be the same routing key used when originally creating the binding that is to be removed. For bindings created using arguments instead of a routing key, the Argument* properties must contain the same items used originally instead.

An exception is thrown if no channel with the given ChannelName exists, or if the server returns an error because:

  • No queue with the given QueueName exists. (Does not apply to RabbitMQ.)
  • No exchange with the given ExchangeName exists. (Does not apply to RabbitMQ.)

Note that in AMQP, server errors are grouped into "connection errors" and "channel errors", and both are fatal. That is, if the server returns a channel error, it will then close the channel which caused the error; and if it returns a connection error, it will then close the connection. The AMQPClassic class's Error Codes page includes AMQP's various connection and channel errors.

on_channel_ready_to_send Event

Fires when a channel is ready to send messages.

Syntax

class AMQPClassicChannelReadyToSendEventParams(object):
  @property
  def channel_name() -> str: ...

# In class AMQPClassic:
@property
def on_channel_ready_to_send() -> Callable[[AMQPClassicChannelReadyToSendEventParams], None]: ...
@on_channel_ready_to_send.setter
def on_channel_ready_to_send(event_hook: Callable[[AMQPClassicChannelReadyToSendEventParams], None]) -> None: ...

Remarks

This event fires when a channel is ready to send messages.

ChannelName is the name of the channel.

on_connected Event

This event is fired immediately after a connection completes (or fails).

Syntax

class AMQPClassicConnectedEventParams(object):
  @property
  def status_code() -> int: ...

  @property
  def description() -> str: ...

# In class AMQPClassic:
@property
def on_connected() -> Callable[[AMQPClassicConnectedEventParams], None]: ...
@on_connected.setter
def on_connected(event_hook: Callable[[AMQPClassicConnectedEventParams], None]) -> None: ...

Remarks

If the connection is made normally, StatusCode is 0 and Description is "OK".

If the connection fails, StatusCode has the error code returned by the Transmission Control Protocol (TCP)/IP stack. Description contains a description of this code. The value of StatusCode is equal to the value of the error.

Please refer to the Error Codes section for more information.

on_connection_status Event

This event is fired to indicate changes in the connection state.

Syntax

class AMQPClassicConnectionStatusEventParams(object):
  @property
  def connection_event() -> str: ...

  @property
  def status_code() -> int: ...

  @property
  def description() -> str: ...

# In class AMQPClassic:
@property
def on_connection_status() -> Callable[[AMQPClassicConnectionStatusEventParams], None]: ...
@on_connection_status.setter
def on_connection_status(event_hook: Callable[[AMQPClassicConnectionStatusEventParams], None]) -> None: ...

Remarks

The on_connection_status event is fired when the connection state changes: for example, completion of a firewall or proxy connection or completion of a security handshake.

The ConnectionEvent parameter indicates the type of connection event. Values may include the following:

Firewall connection complete.
Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) or S/Shell handshake complete (where applicable).
Remote host connection complete.
Remote host disconnected.
SSL or S/Shell connection broken.
Firewall host disconnected.

StatusCode has the error code returned by the Transmission Control Protocol (TCP)/IP stack. Description contains a description of this code. The value of StatusCode is equal to the value of the error.

on_disconnected Event

This event is fired when a connection is closed.

Syntax

class AMQPClassicDisconnectedEventParams(object):
  @property
  def status_code() -> int: ...

  @property
  def description() -> str: ...

# In class AMQPClassic:
@property
def on_disconnected() -> Callable[[AMQPClassicDisconnectedEventParams], None]: ...
@on_disconnected.setter
def on_disconnected(event_hook: Callable[[AMQPClassicDisconnectedEventParams], None]) -> None: ...

Remarks

If the connection is broken normally, StatusCode is 0 and Description is "OK".

If the connection is broken for any other reason, StatusCode has the error code returned by the Transmission Control Protocol (TCP/IP) subsystem. Description contains a description of this code. The value of StatusCode is equal to the value of the TCP/IP error.

Please refer to the Error Codes section for more information.

on_error Event

Information about errors during data delivery.

Syntax

class AMQPClassicErrorEventParams(object):
  @property
  def error_code() -> int: ...

  @property
  def description() -> str: ...

# In class AMQPClassic:
@property
def on_error() -> Callable[[AMQPClassicErrorEventParams], None]: ...
@on_error.setter
def on_error(event_hook: Callable[[AMQPClassicErrorEventParams], None]) -> None: ...

Remarks

The on_error event is fired in case of exceptional conditions during message processing. Normally the class fails with an error.

ErrorCode contains an error code and Description contains a textual description of the error. For a list of valid error codes and their descriptions, please refer to the Error Codes section.

on_log Event

Fires once for each log message.

Syntax

class AMQPClassicLogEventParams(object):
  @property
  def log_level() -> int: ...

  @property
  def message() -> str: ...

  @property
  def log_type() -> str: ...

# In class AMQPClassic:
@property
def on_log() -> Callable[[AMQPClassicLogEventParams], None]: ...
@on_log.setter
def on_log(event_hook: Callable[[AMQPClassicLogEventParams], None]) -> None: ...

Remarks

This event fires once for each log message generated by the class. The verbosity is controlled by the LogLevel setting.

LogLevel indicates the level of the Message. Possible values are:

0 (None) No events are logged.
1 (Info - default) Informational events are logged.
2 (Verbose) Detailed data is logged.
3 (Debug) Debug data is logged.

LogType identifies the type of log entry. Possible values are:

  • Info: General information about the class.
  • Frame: Frame status messages.

on_message_in Event

Fires when a message is received; as well as when an attempt is made to fetch a message from a currently empty queue.

Syntax

class AMQPClassicMessageInEventParams(object):
  @property
  def channel_name() -> str: ...

  @property
  def consumer_tag() -> str: ...

  @property
  def delivery_tag() -> int: ...

  @property
  def redelivered() -> bool: ...

  @property
  def exchange_name() -> str: ...

  @property
  def routing_key() -> str: ...

  @property
  def message_count() -> int: ...

  @property
  def accept() -> int: ...
  @accept.setter
  def accept(value) -> None: ...

# In class AMQPClassic:
@property
def on_message_in() -> Callable[[AMQPClassicMessageInEventParams], None]: ...
@on_message_in.setter
def on_message_in(event_hook: Callable[[AMQPClassicMessageInEventParams], None]) -> None: ...

Remarks

This event fires anytime a message is received. There are two possible ways for the class to receive a message:

  • Messages can be asynchronously pushed to the class from the server. At any point in time, the server may push a message to the class from a queue that the consume method has been used to attach a consumer to.
  • Messages can be synchronously pulled from the server by the class. The fetch_message method is used to attempt to pull (or "fetch") messages from a specific queue.

This event also fires anytime fetch_message is called against a queue that currently has no messages available to pull. This is a special case, and results in only the ChannelName and MessageCount event parameters being populated.

Other than that special case, and any exceptions noted below, this event's parameters are populated the same way regardless of the manner in which messages are received.

ChannelName always reflects the name of the associated channel.

ConsumerTag reflects the consumer tag associated with the consumer that caused the server to push the message to the class. (ConsumerTag is always empty for messages pulled from the server by fetch_message since no consumers are involved.)

DeliveryTag reflects the server-assigned, channel-specific delivery tag number for the incoming message.

Redelivered reflects whether the server is redelivering a message that is has delivered previously.

ExchangeName reflects the name of the exchange to which the incoming message was originally published. (If the message was originally published to the server's default exchange, whose name is always the empty string, ExchangeName will also be empty.)

RoutingKey reflects the routing key that the message was originally published with.

MessageCount is always -1 when this event fires due to a message being pushed to the class by the server. When this event fires as a result of fetch_message being called, MessageCount reflects the number of messages still available in the queue the class tried to pull a message from (even if there were no messages available to pull).

The Accept parameter can be set to control how the class responds to the incoming message, if it needs to be acknowledged (if the message doesn't need to be acknowledged, the value set to the Accept parameter is ignored). Valid values are:

  • 0 - default: Accept the message; send a positive acknowledgement.
  • 1: Silently accept the message; don't send any acknowledgement.
  • 2: Accept the message; send a cumulative positive acknowledgement coving this, and all previously unacknowledged, messages.
  • 3: Reject the message; send a negative acknowledgement for it, and instruct the server not to return it to the queue.
  • 4: Reject the message; send a negative acknowledgement for it, and instruct the server to return it to the queue.
If the RabbitMQCompatible configuration setting is enabled, then the NackMultiple configuration setting can be used to control whether the two "reject" options (3 and 4) should function as cumulative or singular negative acknowledgements. By default NackMultiple is disabled, and all negative acknowledgements are singular.

If the value provided for the Accept parameter isn't one of those described above, the default (0) will be used instead.

Receiving a Message // MessageIn event handler. amqpc1.OnMessageIn += (s, e) => { if (e.MessageCount == -1) { // The server pushed a message to us asynchronously due to a consumer we created. Console.WriteLine("The server pushed this message to us via consumer '" + e.ConsumerTag + "':"); Console.WriteLine(amqpc1.ReceivedMessage.Body); } else if (e.DeliveryTag > 0) { // We pulled a message from a queue with the FetchMessage() method. Console.WriteLine("Message successfully pulled:"); Console.WriteLine(amqpc1.ReceivedMessage.Body); Console.WriteLine(e.MessageCount + " messages are still available to pull."); } else { // We tried to pull a message, but there were none available to pull. Console.WriteLine("No messages available to pull."); } }; // Attach a consumer to "MyQueue". amqpc1.Consume("channel", "MyQueue", "consumerTag", false, true, false, false); // Or, try to fetch a message from "MyQueue". amqpc1.FetchMessage("channel", "MyQueue", true);

on_message_out Event

Fires when a message is published.

Syntax

class AMQPClassicMessageOutEventParams(object):
  @property
  def channel_name() -> str: ...

  @property
  def exchange_name() -> str: ...

  @property
  def routing_key() -> str: ...

  @property
  def message_id() -> str: ...

  @property
  def delivery_tag() -> int: ...

  @property
  def accepted() -> bool: ...

# In class AMQPClassic:
@property
def on_message_out() -> Callable[[AMQPClassicMessageOutEventParams], None]: ...
@on_message_out.setter
def on_message_out(event_hook: Callable[[AMQPClassicMessageOutEventParams], None]) -> None: ...

Remarks

This event fires anytime a message is published; or after an outgoing message has been acknowledged by the server, if the channel it was published on is in "publish confirmations" mode.

ChannelName reflects the name of the channel the message was published on.

ExchangeName reflects the name of the exchange the message was published to. (If the message was published to the server's default exchange, whose name is always the empty string, ExchangeName will also be empty.)

RoutingKey reflects the routing key that the message was published with.

MessageId reflects the message's unique Id, if one was set.

DeliveryTag reflects the channel-specific delivery tag number for the message. (Note that this is only populated for messages published on a channel in "publish confirmations" mode; otherwise it will be set to -1.)

Accepted indicates whether the server published back a positive True or negative False acknowledgement for the outgoing message. Note that this is only valid for messages published on a channel in "publish confirmations" mode; Accepted will always be True messages published on a channel in normal or transaction mode.

Refer to enable_publish_confirms for more information about channels in "publish confirmations" mode.

on_message_returned Event

Fires if a previously published message is returned by the server due to it being undeliverable.

Syntax

class AMQPClassicMessageReturnedEventParams(object):
  @property
  def channel_name() -> str: ...

  @property
  def reply_code() -> int: ...

  @property
  def reply_text() -> str: ...

  @property
  def exchange_name() -> str: ...

  @property
  def routing_key() -> str: ...

# In class AMQPClassic:
@property
def on_message_returned() -> Callable[[AMQPClassicMessageReturnedEventParams], None]: ...
@on_message_returned.setter
def on_message_returned(event_hook: Callable[[AMQPClassicMessageReturnedEventParams], None]) -> None: ...

Remarks

This event fires if the server returns a previously published message because it could not deliver it. Typically, messages are only undeliverable in one of the following situations:

  • The message was originally published with the Mandatory option enabled, but there were no queues it could be routed to.
  • The message was originally published with the Immediate option enabled, but there were no consumers it could be delivered to immediately on any queue it was routed to (or there were no queues it could be routed to).

The ReceivedMessage* properties will be populated with the returned message.

ChannelName reflects the name of the channel the message was originally published on.

ReplyCode will be an AMQP error code that indicates the reason why the message was returned. (Tip: The AMQPClassic class's Error Codes page includes the various AMQP error codes.)

ReplyText will be a message with further details about why the message was returned.

ExchangeName reflects the name of the exchange to which the message was originally published. (If the message was originally published to the server's default exchange, whose name is always the empty string, ExchangeName will also be empty.)

RoutingKey reflects the routing key that the message was originally published with.

on_ssl_server_authentication Event

Fired after the server presents its certificate to the client.

Syntax

class AMQPClassicSSLServerAuthenticationEventParams(object):
  @property
  def cert_encoded() -> bytes: ...

  @property
  def cert_subject() -> str: ...

  @property
  def cert_issuer() -> str: ...

  @property
  def status() -> str: ...

  @property
  def accept() -> bool: ...
  @accept.setter
  def accept(value) -> None: ...

# In class AMQPClassic:
@property
def on_ssl_server_authentication() -> Callable[[AMQPClassicSSLServerAuthenticationEventParams], None]: ...
@on_ssl_server_authentication.setter
def on_ssl_server_authentication(event_hook: Callable[[AMQPClassicSSLServerAuthenticationEventParams], None]) -> None: ...

Remarks

This event is where the client can decide whether to continue with the connection process or not. The Accept parameter is a recommendation on whether to continue or close the connection. This is just a suggestion: application software must use its own logic to determine whether to continue or not.

When Accept is False, Status shows why the verification failed (otherwise, Status contains the string "OK"). If it is decided to continue, you can override and accept the certificate by setting the Accept parameter to True.

on_ssl_status Event

Shows the progress of the secure connection.

Syntax

class AMQPClassicSSLStatusEventParams(object):
  @property
  def message() -> str: ...

# In class AMQPClassic:
@property
def on_ssl_status() -> Callable[[AMQPClassicSSLStatusEventParams], None]: ...
@on_ssl_status.setter
def on_ssl_status(event_hook: Callable[[AMQPClassicSSLStatusEventParams], None]) -> None: ...

Remarks

The event is fired for informational and logging purposes only. Used to track the progress of the connection.

AMQPClassic Config Settings

The class accepts one or more of the following configuration settings. Configuration settings are similar in functionality to properties, but they are rarely used. In order to avoid "polluting" the property namespace of the class, access to these internal properties is provided through the config method.

AMQPClassic Config Settings

AuthorizationIdentity:   The value to use as the authorization identity when SASL authentication is used.

When auth_scheme is set to smSASLPlain you may use this setting to specify an authorization identity to be used when authenticating.

ConsumerTag:   The consumer tag associated with the most recently created consumer.

Each time the consume method is called to create a new consumer, the server will send back a confirmation which includes the consumer tag value for that consumer, and the class will update this setting's value accordingly.

It is possible to pass empty string for the ConsumerTag parameter when calling the consume method, in which case the server will auto-generate a consumer tag.

Locale:   The desired message locale to use.

This setting specifies the desired message locale, which will be compared to the server's list of supported message locales during the connection process. A connection attempt will fail if this setting is set to a locale not supported by the server. This setting cannot be changed while connected.

The default value is "en_US", which is supported by all AMQP 0.9.1 servers.

Locales:   The message locales supported by the server.

After a connection attempt (regardless of its success) this setting will reflect the various message locales that the server supports.

The value of this setting is formatted as a space-separated list of message locales.

LogLevel:   The level of detail that is logged.

This setting controls the level of detail that is logged through the on_log event. Possible values are:

0 (None) No events are logged.
1 (Info - default) Informational events are logged.
2 (Verbose) Detailed data is logged.
3 (Debug) Debug data is logged.

MaxChannelCount:   The maximum number of channels.

This setting specifies the maximum number of channels which can be opened. This setting cannot be changed while connected.

The default is 65535 (0xFFFF). Note that this value is negotiated during the connection process; if the value provided by the server is lower than the specified value, the server's value will be used instead (and this setting will be updated accordingly).

MaxFrameSize:   The maximum frame size.

This setting specifies the maximum frame size (in bytes) that the class will accept. This setting cannot be changed while connected.

The default is 2147483647 (0x7FFFFFFF). Note that this value is negotiated during the connection process; if the value provided by the server is lower than the specified value, the server's value will be used instead (and this setting will be updated accordingly).

Mechanisms:   The authentication mechanisms supported by the server.

After a connection attempt (regardless of its success) this setting will reflect the various authentication mechanisms that the server supports.

The value of this setting is formatted as a space-separated list of authentication mechanisms.

NackMultiple:   Whether negative acknowledgments should be cumulative or not.

If the RabbitMQCompatible configuration setting is enabled, this setting controls whether the negative message acknowledgments the class sends based on the value of the on_message_in event's Accept parameter should be cumulative (True) or singular (False - default).

This setting does nothing if the RabbitMQCompatible configuration setting is disabled.

ProtocolVersion:   The AMQP protocol version to conform to.

This setting can be queried to determine what AMQP protocol version the class conforms to.

Note: Currently this setting will always return "0.9.1", and cannot be changed. The AMQP class may be used instead of this one if AMQP 1.0 support is needed.

QueueConsumerCount:   The consumer count associated with the most recently created (or verified) queue.

Each time the declare_queue method is called successfully (and with its NoWait parameter set to False), the server returns information about the queue in question, causing the class to update this setting with the number of consumers attached to that queue.

QueueName:   The queue name associated with the most recently created (or verified) queue.

Each time the declare_queue method is called successfully (and with its NoWait parameter set to False), the server returns information about the queue in question, causing the class to update this setting with the name of that queue.

It is possible to pass empty string for the QueueName parameter when calling the declare_queue method to have the server create a new queue with an automatically generated name, which can then be retrieved by querying this setting.

RabbitMQCompatible:   Whether to operate in a mode compatible with RabbitMQ.

This setting controls whether the class will operate in such a way as to be compatible with RabbitMQ. When enabled, the class complies with the parts of the RabbitMQ AMQP 0.9.1 Errata that are relevant to AMQP 0.9.1 client implementations, as well as offering additional features to support RabbitMQ-specific extensions to the AMQP 0.9.1 specification.

The default is True.

TCPClient Config Settings

ConnectionTimeout:   Sets a separate timeout value for establishing a connection.

When set, this configuration setting allows you to specify a different timeout value for establishing a connection. Otherwise, the class will use timeout for establishing a connection and transmitting/receiving data.

FirewallAutoDetect:   Tells the class whether or not to automatically detect and use firewall system settings, if available.

This configuration setting is provided for use by classs that do not directly expose Firewall properties.

FirewallHost:   Name or IP address of firewall (optional).

If a FirewallHost is given, requested connections will be authenticated through the specified firewall when connecting.

If the FirewallHost setting is set to a Domain Name, a DNS request is initiated. Upon successful termination of the request, the FirewallHost setting is set to the corresponding address. If the search is not successful, an error is returned.

Note: This setting is provided for use by classs that do not directly expose Firewall properties.

FirewallPassword:   Password to be used if authentication is to be used when connecting through the firewall.

If FirewallHost is specified, the FirewallUser and FirewallPassword settings are used to connect and authenticate to the given firewall. If the authentication fails, the class fails with an error.

Note: This setting is provided for use by classs that do not directly expose Firewall properties.

FirewallPort:   The TCP port for the FirewallHost;.

The FirewallPort is set automatically when FirewallType is set to a valid value.

Note: This configuration setting is provided for use by classs that do not directly expose Firewall properties.

FirewallType:   Determines the type of firewall to connect through.

The appropriate values are as follows:

0No firewall (default setting).
1Connect through a tunneling proxy. FirewallPort is set to 80.
2Connect through a SOCKS4 Proxy. FirewallPort is set to 1080.
3Connect through a SOCKS5 Proxy. FirewallPort is set to 1080.
10Connect through a SOCKS4A Proxy. FirewallPort is set to 1080.

Note: This setting is provided for use by classs that do not directly expose Firewall properties.

FirewallUser:   A user name if authentication is to be used connecting through a firewall.

If the FirewallHost is specified, the FirewallUser and FirewallPassword settings are used to connect and authenticate to the Firewall. If the authentication fails, the class fails with an error.

Note: This setting is provided for use by classs that do not directly expose Firewall properties.

KeepAliveInterval:   The retry interval, in milliseconds, to be used when a TCP keep-alive packet is sent and no response is received.

When set, TCPKeepAlive will automatically be set to True. A TCP keep-alive packet will be sent after a period of inactivity as defined by KeepAliveTime. If no acknowledgment is received from the remote host, the keep-alive packet will be sent again. This configuration setting specifies the interval at which the successive keep-alive packets are sent in milliseconds. This system default if this value is not specified here is 1 second.

Note: This value is not applicable in macOS.

KeepAliveTime:   The inactivity time in milliseconds before a TCP keep-alive packet is sent.

When set, TCPKeepAlive will automatically be set to True. By default, the operating system will determine the time a connection is idle before a Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) keep-alive packet is sent. This system default if this value is not specified here is 2 hours. In many cases, a shorter interval is more useful. Set this value to the desired interval in milliseconds.

Linger:   When set to True, connections are terminated gracefully.

This property controls how a connection is closed. The default is True.

In the case that Linger is True (default), two scenarios determine how long the connection will linger. In the first, if LingerTime is 0 (default), the system will attempt to send pending data for a connection until the default IP timeout expires.

In the second scenario, if LingerTime is a positive value, the system will attempt to send pending data until the specified LingerTime is reached. If this attempt fails, then the system will reset the connection.

The default behavior (which is also the default mode for stream sockets) might result in a long delay in closing the connection. Although the class returns control immediately, the system could hold system resources until all pending data are sent (even after your application closes).

Setting this property to False forces an immediate disconnection. If you know that the other side has received all the data you sent (e.g., by a client acknowledgment), setting this property to False might be the appropriate course of action.

LingerTime:   Time in seconds to have the connection linger.

LingerTime is the time, in seconds, the socket connection will linger. This value is 0 by default, which means it will use the default IP timeout.

LocalHost:   The name of the local host through which connections are initiated or accepted.

The local_host setting contains the name of the local host as obtained by the gethostname() system call, or if the user has assigned an IP address, the value of that address.

In multi-homed hosts (machines with more than one IP interface) setting LocalHost to the value of an interface will make the class initiate connections (or accept in the case of server classs) only through that interface.

If the class is connected, the local_host setting shows the IP address of the interface through which the connection is made in internet dotted format (aaa.bbb.ccc.ddd). In most cases, this is the address of the local host, except for multi-homed hosts (machines with more than one IP interface).

LocalPort:   The port in the local host where the class binds.

This must be set before a connection is attempted. It instructs the class to bind to a specific port (or communication endpoint) in the local machine.

Setting this to 0 (default) enables the system to choose a port at random. The chosen port will be shown by local_port after the connection is established.

local_port cannot be changed once a connection is made. Any attempt to set this when a connection is active will generate an error.

This; setting is useful when trying to connect to services that require a trusted port in the client side. An example is the remote shell (rsh) service in UNIX systems.

MaxLineLength:   The maximum amount of data to accumulate when no EOL is found.

MaxLineLength is the size of an internal buffer, which holds received data while waiting for an eol string.

If an eol string is found in the input stream before MaxLineLength bytes are received, the on_data_in event is fired with the EOL parameter set to True, and the buffer is reset.

If no eol is found, and MaxLineLength bytes are accumulated in the buffer, the on_data_in event is fired with the EOL parameter set to False, and the buffer is reset.

The minimum value for MaxLineLength is 256 bytes. The default value is 2048 bytes.

MaxTransferRate:   The transfer rate limit in bytes per second.

This configuration setting can be used to throttle outbound TCP traffic. Set this to the number of bytes to be sent per second. By default, this is not set and there is no limit.

ProxyExceptionsList:   A semicolon separated list of hosts and IPs to bypass when using a proxy.

This configuration setting optionally specifies a semicolon-separated list of hostnames or IP addresses to bypass when a proxy is in use. When requests are made to hosts specified in this property, the proxy will not be used. For instance:

www.google.com;www.nsoftware.com

TCPKeepAlive:   Determines whether or not the keep alive socket option is enabled.

If set to True, the socket's keep-alive option is enabled and keep-alive packets will be sent periodically to maintain the connection. Set KeepAliveTime and KeepAliveInterval to configure the timing of the keep-alive packets.

Note: This value is not applicable in Java.

TcpNoDelay:   Whether or not to delay when sending packets.

When true, the socket will send all data that is ready to send at once. When false, the socket will send smaller buffered packets of data at small intervals. This is known as the Nagle algorithm.

By default, this config is set to false.

UseIPv6:   Whether to use IPv6.

When set to 0 (default), the class will use IPv4 exclusively. When set to 1, the class will use IPv6 exclusively. To instruct the class to prefer IPv6 addresses, but use IPv4 if IPv6 is not supported on the system, this setting should be set to 2. The default value is 0. Possible values are:

0 IPv4 Only
1 IPv6 Only
2 IPv6 with IPv4 fallback

SSL Config Settings

LogSSLPackets:   Controls whether SSL packets are logged when using the internal security API.

When ssl_provider is set to Internal, this setting controls whether SSL packets should be logged. By default, this setting is False, as it is only useful for debugging purposes.

When enabled, SSL packet logs are output using the on_ssl_status event, which will fire each time an SSL packet is sent or received.

Enabling this setting has no effect if ssl_provider is set to Platform.

OpenSSLCADir:   The path to a directory containing CA certificates.

This functionality is available only when the provider is OpenSSL.

The path set by this property should point to a directory containing CA certificates in PEM format. The files each contain one CA certificate. The files are looked up by the CA subject name hash value, which must hence be available. If more than one CA certificate with the same name hash value exist, the extension must be different (e.g. 9d66eef0.0, 9d66eef0.1 etc). OpenSSL recommends to use the c_rehash utility to create the necessary links. Please refer to the OpenSSL man page SSL_CTX_load_verify_locations(3) for details.

OpenSSLCAFile:   Name of the file containing the list of CA's trusted by your application.

This functionality is available only when the provider is OpenSSL.

The file set by this property should contain a list of CA certificates in PEM format. The file can contain several CA certificates identified by

-----BEGIN CERTIFICATE-----

... (CA certificate in base64 encoding) ...

-----END CERTIFICATE-----

sequences. Before, between, and after the certificates text is allowed which can be used e.g. for descriptions of the certificates. Please refer to the OpenSSL man page SSL_CTX_load_verify_locations(3) for details.

OpenSSLCipherList:   A string that controls the ciphers to be used by SSL.

This functionality is available only when the provider is OpenSSL.

The format of this string is described in the OpenSSL man page ciphers(1) section "CIPHER LIST FORMAT". Please refer to it for details. The default string "DEFAULT" is determined at compile time and is normally equivalent to "ALL:!ADH:RC4+RSA:+SSLv2:@STRENGTH".

OpenSSLPrngSeedData:   The data to seed the pseudo random number generator (PRNG).

This functionality is available only when the provider is OpenSSL.

By default OpenSSL uses the device file "/dev/urandom" to seed the PRNG and setting OpenSSLPrngSeedData is not required. If set, the string specified is used to seed the PRNG.

ReuseSSLSession:   Determines if the SSL session is reused.

If set to true, the class will reuse the context if and only if the following criteria are met:

  • The target host name is the same.
  • The system cache entry has not expired (default timeout is 10 hours).
  • The application process that calls the function is the same.
  • The logon session is the same.
  • The instance of the class is the same.

SSLCACertFilePaths:   The paths to CA certificate files on Unix/Linux.

This setting specifies the paths on disk to CA certificate files on Unix/Linux.

The value is formatted as a list of paths separated by semicolons. The class will check for the existence of each file in the order specified. When a file is found the CA certificates within the file will be loaded and used to determine the validity of server or client certificates.

The default value is:

/etc/ssl/ca-bundle.pem;/etc/pki/tls/certs/ca-bundle.crt;/etc/ssl/certs/ca-certificates.crt;/etc/pki/tls/cacert.pem

SSLCACerts:   A newline separated list of CA certificate to use during SSL client authentication.

This setting specifies one or more CA certificates to be included in the request when performing SSL client authentication. Some servers require the entire chain, including CA certificates, to be presented when performing SSL client authentication. The value of this setting is a newline (CrLf) separated list of certificates. For instance:

-----BEGIN CERTIFICATE-----
MIIEKzCCAxOgAwIBAgIRANTET4LIkxdH6P+CFIiHvTowDQYJKoZIhvcNAQELBQAw
...
eWHV5OW1K53o/atv59sOiW5K3crjFhsBOd5Q+cJJnU+SWinPKtANXMht+EDvYY2w
F0I1XhM+pKj7FjDr+XNj
-----END CERTIFICATE-----
\r \n
-----BEGIN CERTIFICATE-----
MIIEFjCCAv6gAwIBAgIQetu1SMxpnENAnnOz1P+PtTANBgkqhkiG9w0BAQUFADBp
..
d8q23djXZbVYiIfE9ebr4g3152BlVCHZ2GyPdjhIuLeH21VbT/dyEHHA
-----END CERTIFICATE-----

SSLCheckCRL:   Whether to check the Certificate Revocation List for the server certificate.

This setting specifies whether the class will check the Certificate Revocation List specified by the server certificate. If set to 1 or 2, the class will first obtain the list of CRL URLs from the server certificate's CRL distribution points extension. The class will then make HTTP requests to each CRL endpoint to check the validity of the server's certificate. If the certificate has been revoked or any other issues are found during validation the class fails with an error.

When set to 0 (default) the CRL check will not be performed by the class. When set to 1, it will attempt to perform the CRL check, but will continue without an error if the server's certificate does not support CRL. When set to 2, it will perform the CRL check and will throw an error if CRL is not supported.

This configuration setting is only supported in the Java, C#, and C++ editions. In the C++ edition, it is only supported on Windows operating systems.

SSLCipherStrength:   The minimum cipher strength used for bulk encryption.

This minimum cipher strength largely dependent on the security modules installed on the system. If the cipher strength specified is not supported, an error will be returned when connections are initiated.

Please note that this setting contains the minimum cipher strength requested from the security library. The actual cipher strength used for the connection is shown by the on_ssl_status event.

Use this setting with caution. Requesting a lower cipher strength than necessary could potentially cause serious security vulnerabilities in your application.

When the provider is OpenSSL, SSLCipherStrength is currently not supported. This functionality is instead made available through the OpenSSLCipherList config setting.

SSLEnabledCipherSuites:   The cipher suite to be used in an SSL negotiation.

The enabled cipher suites to be used in SSL negotiation.

By default, the enabled cipher suites will include all available ciphers ("*").

The special value "*" means that the class will pick all of the supported cipher suites. If SSLEnabledCipherSuites is set to any other value, only the specified cipher suites will be considered.

Multiple cipher suites are separated by semicolons.

Example values when ssl_provider is set to Platform: obj.config("SSLEnabledCipherSuites=*"); obj.config("SSLEnabledCipherSuites=CALG_AES_256"); obj.config("SSLEnabledCipherSuites=CALG_AES_256;CALG_3DES"); Possible values when ssl_provider is set to Platform include:

  • CALG_3DES
  • CALG_3DES_112
  • CALG_AES
  • CALG_AES_128
  • CALG_AES_192
  • CALG_AES_256
  • CALG_AGREEDKEY_ANY
  • CALG_CYLINK_MEK
  • CALG_DES
  • CALG_DESX
  • CALG_DH_EPHEM
  • CALG_DH_SF
  • CALG_DSS_SIGN
  • CALG_ECDH
  • CALG_ECDH_EPHEM
  • CALG_ECDSA
  • CALG_ECMQV
  • CALG_HASH_REPLACE_OWF
  • CALG_HUGHES_MD5
  • CALG_HMAC
  • CALG_KEA_KEYX
  • CALG_MAC
  • CALG_MD2
  • CALG_MD4
  • CALG_MD5
  • CALG_NO_SIGN
  • CALG_OID_INFO_CNG_ONLY
  • CALG_OID_INFO_PARAMETERS
  • CALG_PCT1_MASTER
  • CALG_RC2
  • CALG_RC4
  • CALG_RC5
  • CALG_RSA_KEYX
  • CALG_RSA_SIGN
  • CALG_SCHANNEL_ENC_KEY
  • CALG_SCHANNEL_MAC_KEY
  • CALG_SCHANNEL_MASTER_HASH
  • CALG_SEAL
  • CALG_SHA
  • CALG_SHA1
  • CALG_SHA_256
  • CALG_SHA_384
  • CALG_SHA_512
  • CALG_SKIPJACK
  • CALG_SSL2_MASTER
  • CALG_SSL3_MASTER
  • CALG_SSL3_SHAMD5
  • CALG_TEK
  • CALG_TLS1_MASTER
  • CALG_TLS1PRF
Example values when ssl_provider is set to Internal: obj.config("SSLEnabledCipherSuites=*"); obj.config("SSLEnabledCipherSuites=TLS_DHE_DSS_WITH_AES_128_CBC_SHA"); obj.config("SSLEnabledCipherSuites=TLS_DHE_DSS_WITH_AES_128_CBC_SHA;TLS_DH_ANON_WITH_AES_128_CBC_SHA"); Possible values when ssl_provider is set to Internal include:
  • TLS_ECDHE_ECDSA_WITH_AES_256_GCM_SHA384
  • TLS_ECDHE_ECDSA_WITH_AES_128_GCM_SHA256
  • TLS_ECDHE_RSA_WITH_AES_128_GCM_SHA256
  • TLS_ECDHE_RSA_WITH_AES_256_GCM_SHA384
  • TLS_ECDH_ECDSA_WITH_AES_256_GCM_SHA384
  • TLS_RSA_WITH_AES_256_GCM_SHA384
  • TLS_RSA_WITH_AES_128_GCM_SHA256
  • TLS_ECDH_ECDSA_WITH_AES_128_GCM_SHA256
  • TLS_DHE_DSS_WITH_AES_256_GCM_SHA384
  • TLS_DHE_RSA_WITH_AES_256_GCM_SHA384
  • TLS_ECDH_RSA_WITH_AES_256_GCM_SHA384
  • TLS_ECDH_RSA_WITH_AES_128_GCM_SHA256
  • TLS_DHE_RSA_WITH_AES_128_GCM_SHA256
  • TLS_DHE_DSS_WITH_AES_128_GCM_SHA256
  • TLS_DH_RSA_WITH_AES_128_GCM_SHA256 (Not Recommended)
  • TLS_DH_RSA_WITH_AES_256_GCM_SHA384 (Not Recommended)
  • TLS_DH_DSS_WITH_AES_128_GCM_SHA256 (Not Recommended)
  • TLS_DH_DSS_WITH_AES_256_GCM_SHA384 (Not Recommended)
  • TLS_ECDHE_ECDSA_WITH_AES_256_CBC_SHA384
  • TLS_ECDHE_ECDSA_WITH_AES_128_CBC_SHA256
  • TLS_ECDH_ECDSA_WITH_AES_256_CBC_SHA384
  • TLS_DHE_DSS_WITH_AES_256_CBC_SHA256
  • TLS_RSA_WITH_AES_256_CBC_SHA256
  • TLS_ECDHE_RSA_WITH_AES_256_CBC_SHA384
  • TLS_ECDH_RSA_WITH_AES_256_CBC_SHA384
  • TLS_DHE_RSA_WITH_AES_256_CBC_SHA256
  • TLS_DHE_RSA_WITH_AES_128_CBC_SHA256
  • TLS_ECDHE_RSA_WITH_AES_128_CBC_SHA256
  • TLS_RSA_WITH_AES_128_CBC_SHA256
  • TLS_ECDH_ECDSA_WITH_AES_128_CBC_SHA256
  • TLS_ECDH_RSA_WITH_AES_128_CBC_SHA256
  • TLS_DHE_DSS_WITH_AES_128_CBC_SHA256
  • TLS_RSA_WITH_AES_256_CBC_SHA
  • TLS_ECDHE_ECDSA_WITH_AES_256_CBC_SHA
  • TLS_ECDHE_RSA_WITH_AES_256_CBC_SHA
  • TLS_ECDH_ECDSA_WITH_AES_256_CBC_SHA
  • TLS_DHE_RSA_WITH_AES_256_CBC_SHA
  • TLS_ECDH_RSA_WITH_AES_256_CBC_SHA
  • TLS_DHE_DSS_WITH_AES_256_CBC_SHA
  • TLS_RSA_WITH_AES_128_CBC_SHA
  • TLS_ECDHE_RSA_WITH_AES_128_CBC_SHA
  • TLS_ECDHE_ECDSA_WITH_AES_128_CBC_SHA
  • TLS_ECDH_ECDSA_WITH_AES_128_CBC_SHA
  • TLS_ECDH_RSA_WITH_AES_128_CBC_SHA
  • TLS_DHE_RSA_WITH_AES_128_CBC_SHA
  • TLS_DHE_DSS_WITH_AES_128_CBC_SHA
  • TLS_ECDHE_ECDSA_WITH_3DES_EDE_CBC_SHA
  • TLS_ECDHE_RSA_WITH_3DES_EDE_CBC_SHA
  • TLS_ECDH_ECDSA_WITH_3DES_EDE_CBC_SHA
  • TLS_ECDH_RSA_WITH_3DES_EDE_CBC_SHA
  • TLS_DHE_RSA_WITH_3DES_EDE_CBC_SHA
  • TLS_DHE_DSS_WITH_3DES_EDE_CBC_SHA
  • TLS_RSA_WITH_3DES_EDE_CBC_SHA
  • TLS_RSA_WITH_DES_CBC_SHA
  • TLS_DHE_RSA_WITH_DES_CBC_SHA
  • TLS_DHE_DSS_WITH_DES_CBC_SHA
  • TLS_RSA_WITH_RC4_128_MD5
  • TLS_RSA_WITH_RC4_128_SHA

When TLS 1.3 is negotiated (see SSLEnabledProtocols) only the following cipher suites are supported:

  • TLS_AES_256_GCM_SHA384
  • TLS_CHACHA20_POLY1305_SHA256
  • TLS_AES_128_GCM_SHA256

SSLEnabledCipherSuites is used together with SSLCipherStrength.

SSLEnabledProtocols:   Used to enable/disable the supported security protocols.

Used to enable/disable the supported security protocols.

Not all supported protocols are enabled by default (the value of this setting is 4032). If you want more granular control over the enabled protocols, you can set this property to the binary 'OR' of one or more of the following values:

TLS1.312288 (Hex 3000)
TLS1.23072 (Hex C00) (Default)
TLS1.1768 (Hex 300) (Default)
TLS1 192 (Hex C0) (Default)
SSL3 48 (Hex 30)
SSL2 12 (Hex 0C)

SSLEnabledProtocols - TLS 1.3 Notes

By default when TLS 1.3 is enabled the class will use the internal TLS implementation.

In editions which are designed to run on Windows ssl_provider can be set to Platform to use the platform implementation instead of the internal implementation. When configured in this manner, please note that the platform provider is only supported on Windows 11 / Windows Server 2022 and up. The default internal provider is available on all platforms and is not restricted to any specific OS version.

If set to 1 (Platform provider) please be aware of the following notes:

  • The platform provider is only available on Windows 11 / Windows Server 2022 and up.
  • SSLEnabledCipherSuites and other similar SSL configuration settings are not supported.
  • If SSLEnabledProtocols includes both TLS 1.3 and TLS 1.2 the above restrictions are still applicable even if TLS 1.2 is negotiated. Enabling TLS 1.3 with the platform provider changes the implementation used for all TLS versions.

SSLEnableRenegotiation:   Whether the renegotiation_info SSL extension is supported.

This setting specifies whether the renegotiation_info SSL extension will be used in the request when using the internal security API. This setting is True by default, but can be set to False to disable the extension.

This setting is only applicable when ssl_provider is set to Internal.

SSLIncludeCertChain:   Whether the entire certificate chain is included in the SSLServerAuthentication event.

This setting specifies whether the Encoded parameter of the on_ssl_server_authentication event contains the full certificate chain. By default this value is False and only the leaf certificate will be present in the Encoded parameter of the on_ssl_server_authentication event.

If set to True all certificates returned by the server will be present in the Encoded parameter of the on_ssl_server_authentication event. This includes the leaf certificate, any intermediate certificate, and the root certificate.

SSLKeyLogFile:   The location of a file where per-session secrets are written for debugging purposes.

This setting optionally specifies the full path to a file on disk where per-session secrets are stored for debugging purposes.

When set, the class will save the session secrets in the same format as the SSLKEYLOGFILE environment variable functionality used by most major browsers and tools such as Chrome, Firefox, and cURL. This file can then be used in tools such as Wireshark to decrypt TLS traffice for debugging purposes. When writing to this file the class will only append, it will not overwrite previous values.

Note: This setting is only applicable when ssl_provider is set to Internal.

SSLNegotiatedCipher:   Returns the negotiated ciphersuite.

Returns the ciphersuite negotiated during the SSL handshake.

Note: For server components (e.g. TCPServer) this is a per-connection setting accessed by passing the ConnectionId. For example: server.Config("SSLNegotiatedCipher[connId]");

SSLNegotiatedCipherStrength:   Returns the negotiated ciphersuite strength.

Returns the strength of the ciphersuite negotiated during the SSL handshake.

Note: For server components (e.g.TCPServer) this is a per-connection setting accessed by passing the ConnectionId. For example: server.Config("SSLNegotiatedCipherStrength[connId]");

SSLNegotiatedCipherSuite:   Returns the negotiated ciphersuite.

Returns the ciphersuite negotiated during the SSL handshake represented as a single string.

Note: For server components (e.g. TCPServer) this is a per-connection setting accessed by passing the ConnectionId. For example: server.Config("SSLNegotiatedCipherSuite[connId]");

SSLNegotiatedKeyExchange:   Returns the negotiated key exchange algorithm.

Returns the key exchange algorithm negotiated during the SSL handshake.

Note: For server components (e.g. TCPServer) this is a per-connection setting accessed by passing the ConnectionId. For example: server.Config("SSLNegotiatedKeyExchange[connId]");

SSLNegotiatedKeyExchangeStrength:   Returns the negotiated key exchange algorithm strength.

Returns the strenghth of the key exchange algorithm negotiated during the SSL handshake.

Note: For server components (e.g. TCPServer) this is a per-connection setting accessed by passing the ConnectionId. For example: server.Config("SSLNegotiatedKeyExchangeStrength[connId]");

SSLNegotiatedVersion:   Returns the negotiated protocol version.

Returns the protocol version negotiated during the SSL handshake.

Note: For server components (e.g. TCPServer) this is a per-connection setting accessed by passing the ConnectionId. For example: server.Config("SSLNegotiatedVersion[connId]");

SSLSecurityFlags:   Flags that control certificate verification.

The following flags are defined (specified in hexadecimal notation). They can be or-ed together to exclude multiple conditions:

0x00000001Ignore time validity status of certificate.
0x00000002Ignore time validity status of CTL.
0x00000004Ignore non-nested certificate times.
0x00000010Allow unknown Certificate Authority.
0x00000020Ignore wrong certificate usage.
0x00000100Ignore unknown certificate revocation status.
0x00000200Ignore unknown CTL signer revocation status.
0x00000400Ignore unknown Certificate Authority revocation status.
0x00000800Ignore unknown Root revocation status.
0x00008000Allow test Root certificate.
0x00004000Trust test Root certificate.
0x80000000Ignore non-matching CN (certificate CN not-matching server name).

This functionality is currently not available when the provider is OpenSSL.

SSLServerCACerts:   A newline separated list of CA certificate to use during SSL server certificate validation.

This setting optionally specifies one or more CA certificates to be used when verifying the server certificate. When verifying the server's certificate the certificates trusted by the system will be used as part of the verification process. If the server's CA certificates are not installed to the trusted system store, they may be specified here so they are included when performing the verification process. This setting should only be set if the server's CA certificates are not already trusted on the system and cannot be installed to the trusted system store.

The value of this setting is a newline (CrLf) separated list of certificates. For instance:

-----BEGIN CERTIFICATE-----
MIIEKzCCAxOgAwIBAgIRANTET4LIkxdH6P+CFIiHvTowDQYJKoZIhvcNAQELBQAw
...
eWHV5OW1K53o/atv59sOiW5K3crjFhsBOd5Q+cJJnU+SWinPKtANXMht+EDvYY2w
F0I1XhM+pKj7FjDr+XNj
-----END CERTIFICATE-----
\r \n
-----BEGIN CERTIFICATE-----
MIIEFjCCAv6gAwIBAgIQetu1SMxpnENAnnOz1P+PtTANBgkqhkiG9w0BAQUFADBp
..
d8q23djXZbVYiIfE9ebr4g3152BlVCHZ2GyPdjhIuLeH21VbT/dyEHHA
-----END CERTIFICATE-----

TLS12SignatureAlgorithms:   Defines the allowed TLS 1.2 signature algorithms when SSLProvider is set to Internal.

This setting specifies the allowed server certificate signature algorithms when ssl_provider is set to Internal and SSLEnabledProtocols is set to allow TLS 1.2.

When specified the class will verify that the server certificate signature algorithm is among the values specified in this setting. If the server certificate signature algorithm is unsupported the class fails with an error.

The format of this value is a comma separated list of hash-signature combinations. For instance: TCPClient.SSLProvider = TCPClientSSLProviders.sslpInternal; TCPClient.Config("SSLEnabledProtocols=3072"); //TLS 1.2 TCPClient.Config("TLS12SignatureAlgorithms=sha256-rsa,sha256-dsa,sha1-rsa,sha1-dsa"); The default value for this setting is sha512-ecdsa,sha512-rsa,sha512-dsa,sha384-ecdsa,sha384-rsa,sha384-dsa,sha256-ecdsa,sha256-rsa,sha256-dsa,sha224-ecdsa,sha224-rsa,sha224-dsa,sha1-ecdsa,sha1-rsa,sha1-dsa.

In order to not restrict the server's certificate signature algorithm, specify an empty string as the value for this setting, which will cause the signature_algorithms TLS 1.2 extension to not be sent.

TLS12SupportedGroups:   The supported groups for ECC.

This setting specifies a comma separated list of named groups used in TLS 1.2 for ECC.

The default value is ecdhe_secp256r1,ecdhe_secp384r1,ecdhe_secp521r1.

When using TLS 1.2 and ssl_provider is set to Internal, the values refer to the supported groups for ECC. The following values are supported:

  • "ecdhe_secp256r1" (default)
  • "ecdhe_secp384r1" (default)
  • "ecdhe_secp521r1" (default)

TLS13KeyShareGroups:   The groups for which to pregenerate key shares.

This setting specifies a comma separated list of named groups used in TLS 1.3 for key exchange. The groups specified here will have key share data pregenerated locally before establishing a connection. This can prevent an additional round trip during the handshake if the group is supported by the server.

The default value is set to balance common supported groups and the computational resources required to generate key shares. As a result only some groups are included by default in this setting.

Note: All supported groups can always be used during the handshake even if not listed here, but if a group is used which is not present in this list it will incur an additional round trip and time to generate the key share for that group.

In most cases this setting does not need to be modified. This should only be modified if there is a specific reason to do so.

The default value is ecdhe_x25519,ecdhe_secp256r1,ecdhe_secp384r1,ffdhe_2048,ffdhe_3072

The values are ordered from most preferred to least preferred. The following values are supported:

  • "ecdhe_x25519" (default)
  • "ecdhe_x448"
  • "ecdhe_secp256r1" (default)
  • "ecdhe_secp384r1" (default)
  • "ecdhe_secp521r1"
  • "ffdhe_2048" (default)
  • "ffdhe_3072" (default)
  • "ffdhe_4096"
  • "ffdhe_6144"
  • "ffdhe_8192"

TLS13SignatureAlgorithms:   The allowed certificate signature algorithms.

This setting holds a comma separated list of allowed signature algorithms. Possible values are:

  • "ed25519" (default)
  • "ed448" (default)
  • "ecdsa_secp256r1_sha256" (default)
  • "ecdsa_secp384r1_sha384" (default)
  • "ecdsa_secp521r1_sha512" (default)
  • "rsa_pkcs1_sha256" (default)
  • "rsa_pkcs1_sha384" (default)
  • "rsa_pkcs1_sha512" (default)
  • "rsa_pss_sha256" (default)
  • "rsa_pss_sha384" (default)
  • "rsa_pss_sha512" (default)
The default value is rsa_pss_sha256,rsa_pss_sha384,rsa_pss_sha512,rsa_pkcs1_sha256,rsa_pkcs1_sha384,rsa_pkcs1_sha512,ecdsa_secp256r1_sha256,ecdsa_secp384r1_sha384,ecdsa_secp521r1_sha512,ed25519,ed448. This setting is only applicable when SSLEnabledProtocols includes TLS 1.3.
TLS13SupportedGroups:   The supported groups for (EC)DHE key exchange.

This setting specifies a comma separated list of named groups used in TLS 1.3 for key exchange. This setting should only be modified if there is a specific reason to do so.

The default value is ecdhe_x25519,ecdhe_x448,ecdhe_secp256r1,ecdhe_secp384r1,ecdhe_secp521r1,ffdhe_2048,ffdhe_3072,ffdhe_4096,ffdhe_6144,ffdhe_8192

The values are ordered from most preferred to least preferred. The following values are supported:

  • "ecdhe_x25519" (default)
  • "ecdhe_x448" (default)
  • "ecdhe_secp256r1" (default)
  • "ecdhe_secp384r1" (default)
  • "ecdhe_secp521r1" (default)
  • "ffdhe_2048" (default)
  • "ffdhe_3072" (default)
  • "ffdhe_4096" (default)
  • "ffdhe_6144" (default)
  • "ffdhe_8192" (default)

Socket Config Settings

AbsoluteTimeout:   Determines whether timeouts are inactivity timeouts or absolute timeouts.

If AbsoluteTimeout is set to True, any method which does not complete within Timeout seconds will be aborted. By default, AbsoluteTimeout is False, and the timeout is an inactivity timeout.

Note: This option is not valid for UDP ports.

FirewallData:   Used to send extra data to the firewall.

When the firewall is a tunneling proxy, use this property to send custom (additional) headers to the firewall (e.g. headers for custom authentication schemes).

InBufferSize:   The size in bytes of the incoming queue of the socket.

This is the size of an internal queue in the TCP/IP stack. You can increase or decrease its size depending on the amount of data that you will be receiving. Increasing the value of the InBufferSize setting can provide significant improvements in performance in some cases.

Some TCP/IP implementations do not support variable buffer sizes. If that is the case, when the class is activated the InBufferSize reverts to its defined size. The same happens if you attempt to make it too large or too small.

OutBufferSize:   The size in bytes of the outgoing queue of the socket.

This is the size of an internal queue in the TCP/IP stack. You can increase or decrease its size depending on the amount of data that you will be sending. Increasing the value of the OutBufferSize setting can provide significant improvements in performance in some cases.

Some TCP/IP implementations do not support variable buffer sizes. If that is the case, when the class is activated the OutBufferSize reverts to its defined size. The same happens if you attempt to make it too large or too small.

AMQPClassic Errors

AMQPClassic Errors

311   AMQP Channel Error content-too-large: Content too large.
312   AMQP Channel Error no-route: Cannot deliver message published with "mandatory" flag set; message cannot be routed to any queue.
313   AMQP Channel Error no-consumers: Cannot deliver message published with "immediate" flag set; all possible queues are either non-empty or have no consumers.
320   AMQP Connection Error connection-forced: Connection forced to close.
402   AMQP Connection Error invalid-path: Invalid virtual host path specified.
403   AMQP Channel Error access-refused: Attempted to work with a server entity (exchange, queue, etc.) without necessary permissions.
404   AMQP Channel Error not-found: Attempted to work with a server entity (exchange, queue, etc.) that does not exist.
405   AMQP Channel Error resource-locked: Attempted to work with a server entity (exchange, queue, etc.) that is currently locked by another client.
406   AMQP Channel Error precondition-failed: Request failed due to one or more precondition failures.
501   AMQP Connection Error frame-error: Server received an AMQP frame that it could not decode.
502   AMQP Connection Error syntax-error: Server received an AMQP frame that contained illegal values for one or more fields.
503   AMQP Connection Error command-invalid: Server received an invalid sequence of frame, attempting to perform an invalid operation.
504   AMQP Connection Error channel-error: Attempted to work with a channel that does not exist (or was not opened correctly).
505   AMQP Connection Error unexpected-frame: Server received a frame that was unexpected, typically with regards to the content header and body.
506   AMQP Connection Error resource-error: Server could not complete the request due to insufficient resources.
530   AMQP Connection Error not-allowed: Attempted to work with some server entity (exchange, queue, etc.) in a manner that is not allowed.
540   AMQP Connection Error not-implemented: Requested an operation not supported by the server.
541   AMQP Connection Error internal-error: The server encountered an internal error while attempting to process the request.
600   General AMQP protocol error. Refer to the error message for more information.
601   Cannot open another channel.
602   Cannot modify message data.
603   Cannot publish message on inactive channel.
604   Action not supported.
606   Cannot modify configuration setting.

TCPClient Errors

100   You cannot change the remote_port at this time. A connection is in progress.
101   You cannot change the remote_host (Server) at this time. A connection is in progress.
102   The remote_host address is invalid (0.0.0.0).
104   Already connected. If you want to reconnect, close the current connection first.
106   You cannot change the local_port at this time. A connection is in progress.
107   You cannot change the local_host at this time. A connection is in progress.
112   You cannot change MaxLineLength at this time. A connection is in progress.
116   remote_port cannot be zero. Please specify a valid service port number.
117   You cannot change the UseConnection option while the class is active.
135   Operation would block.
201   Timeout.
211   Action impossible in control's present state.
212   Action impossible while not connected.
213   Action impossible while listening.
301   Timeout.
302   Could not open file.
434   Unable to convert string to selected CodePage.
1105   Already connecting. If you want to reconnect, close the current connection first.
1117   You need to connect first.
1119   You cannot change the LocalHost at this time. A connection is in progress.
1120   Connection dropped by remote host.

SSL Errors

270   Cannot load specified security library.
271   Cannot open certificate store.
272   Cannot find specified certificate.
273   Cannot acquire security credentials.
274   Cannot find certificate chain.
275   Cannot verify certificate chain.
276   Error during handshake.
280   Error verifying certificate.
281   Could not find client certificate.
282   Could not find server certificate.
283   Error encrypting data.
284   Error decrypting data.

TCP/IP Errors

10004   [10004] Interrupted system call.
10009   [10009] Bad file number.
10013   [10013] Access denied.
10014   [10014] Bad address.
10022   [10022] Invalid argument.
10024   [10024] Too many open files.
10035   [10035] Operation would block.
10036   [10036] Operation now in progress.
10037   [10037] Operation already in progress.
10038   [10038] Socket operation on non-socket.
10039   [10039] Destination address required.
10040   [10040] Message too long.
10041   [10041] Protocol wrong type for socket.
10042   [10042] Bad protocol option.
10043   [10043] Protocol not supported.
10044   [10044] Socket type not supported.
10045   [10045] Operation not supported on socket.
10046   [10046] Protocol family not supported.
10047   [10047] Address family not supported by protocol family.
10048   [10048] Address already in use.
10049   [10049] Can't assign requested address.
10050   [10050] Network is down.
10051   [10051] Network is unreachable.
10052   [10052] Net dropped connection or reset.
10053   [10053] Software caused connection abort.
10054   [10054] Connection reset by peer.
10055   [10055] No buffer space available.
10056   [10056] Socket is already connected.
10057   [10057] Socket is not connected.
10058   [10058] Can't send after socket shutdown.
10059   [10059] Too many references, can't splice.
10060   [10060] Connection timed out.
10061   [10061] Connection refused.
10062   [10062] Too many levels of symbolic links.
10063   [10063] File name too long.
10064   [10064] Host is down.
10065   [10065] No route to host.
10066   [10066] Directory not empty
10067   [10067] Too many processes.
10068   [10068] Too many users.
10069   [10069] Disc Quota Exceeded.
10070   [10070] Stale NFS file handle.
10071   [10071] Too many levels of remote in path.
10091   [10091] Network subsystem is unavailable.
10092   [10092] WINSOCK DLL Version out of range.
10093   [10093] Winsock not loaded yet.
11001   [11001] Host not found.
11002   [11002] Non-authoritative 'Host not found' (try again or check DNS setup).
11003   [11003] Non-recoverable errors: FORMERR, REFUSED, NOTIMP.
11004   [11004] Valid name, no data record (check DNS setup).

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