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comment Adding -only- root element type info to serialized object in Json.Net
I've edited the question. could you check.
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revised Adding -only- root element type info to serialized object in Json.Net
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comment How can I use AutoSubscribe mechanism via queue name in EasynetQ?
There is topic based subscription and subscriptionId based subscription, and there is no working sample to achieve it. So I give up!
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comment How can I use AutoSubscribe mechanism via queue name in EasynetQ?
it is enough to give 3 hours for AutoSubscriber to me. I have a queue with name "myqueue" but I could not subscribe it via [ForQueue("myqueue")]
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comment How can I use AutoSubscribe mechanism via queue name in EasynetQ?
I tried it yesterday, but it did not work."my_applications_subscriptionId_prefix" is unpredictable, EasyNetq creates unique queue name..
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comment Running Asp.Net Mvc Application Under Php Site (WordPress) on IIS
No, I used them as seperate applications.
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comment How can I use AutoSubscribe mechanism via queue name in EasynetQ?
I don't want to call it twice. Think that you have the ErrorLog. And you want to send an email to the technical department and write error log to ElastichSearch Db. You create a message, publish it two separate queue via fanout and consume queues separately. This is the scenario. I've sent working example in my question. So how can I achieve it via AutoSubscribe approach? Thanks.
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comment How can I use AutoSubscribe mechanism via queue name in EasynetQ?
It does not work.. From documentation: "If you call Subscribe two times with different subscription ids but the same message type, you will create two queues, each with its own consumer. A copy of each message of the given type will be routed to each queue, so each consumer will get all the messages (of that type). This is great if you've got several different services that all care about the same message type." So we don't need Fanout Exchange? Could you send a working code that includes publisher and subscriber codes?
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