Using RabbitMQ as a multiprotocol message broker

Installing and using an external RabbitMQ as a full-featured message broker enables new technological opportunities and the design of a production-like infrastructure.

Getting ready

In this recipe, we will install RabbitMQ as a standalone server and configure it so it supports STOMP messages.

We will also update our WebSocket Spring configuration to rely on this full-featured message broker, instead of the internal simple message broker.

How to do it…

  1. From the Git Perspective in Eclipse, check out the v8.2.x branch this time.
  2. Two new Java projects have been added, and they must be imported. From Eclipse, select the File | Import… menu.
  3. The Import wizard opens so you can select a type of project within ...

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