The Stomp class

(PECL stomp >= 0.1.0)


Represents a connection between PHP and a Stomp compliant Message Broker.

Class synopsis

class Stomp {
/* Methods */
public abort(string $transaction_id, array $headers = ?): bool
public ack(mixed $msg, array $headers = ?): bool
public begin(string $transaction_id, array $headers = ?): bool
public commit(string $transaction_id, array $headers = ?): bool
public __construct(
    string $broker = ini_get("stomp.default_broker_uri"),
    string $username = ?,
    string $password = ?,
    array $headers = ?
public __destruct(): bool
public error(): string
public getReadTimeout(): array
public getSessionId(): string|false
public hasFrame(): bool
public readFrame(string $class_name = "stompFrame"): stompframe
public send(string $destination, mixed $msg, array $headers = ?): bool
public setReadTimeout(int $seconds, int $microseconds = ?): void
public subscribe(string $destination, array $headers = ?): bool
public unsubscribe(string $destination, array $headers = ?): bool

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guilherme dot geronimo at gmail dot com
4 years ago
In some cases (E.g. ActiveMQ), when you have many consumers you need to identify your "client-id" during the connection process, otherwise the server can misunderstand your connection and create new topics/queues:

= new Stomp($url, $user, $password, array('client-id'=> $clientId ));
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