In the previous recipes, we have seen how to use some existing plugins and what can be performed with them. Now, we are going to see how to develop a new plugin for our custom usage.
Note that this should not be a typical practice. Most of the operations can, and usually are, performed with the RabbitMQ/AMQP client API.
However, it is sometimes necessary to perform some customization in the broker heart. This is done for optimization or because of the need to strictly monitor the broker actions themselves.
In this recipe, we will show how to let RabbitMQ consume messages and store them in a relational database by using the ODBC driver.
For this recipe, we need RabbitMQ ...