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Hello Riales,

I am not familiar with AMQP but I read your post and some information online and seems really interesting. Can you provide us with sample of working code and the steps that you have followed so far and you have failed? I am installing the RabbitMQ Server on my system as we speak so I can try a few things.

Quick question, why did you choose to use AnyEvent::RabbitMQ for a particular reason, and if so what is this reason?

I am asking because I am not familiar with it, and as I was searching online, I found many modules regarding AMQP on Perl RabbitMQ.

I will run a few test and get back to you as soon as I finish the installation process.

Seeking for Perl wisdom...on the process of learning...not there...yet!

In reply to Re: AnyEvent::RabbitMQ not connecting? by thanos1983
in thread AnyEvent::RabbitMQ not connecting? by Riales

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