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Stomp::commit

stomp_commit

(PECL stomp >= 0.1.0)

Stomp::commit -- stomp_commitCommits a transaction in progress

Description

Object-oriented style (method):

public Stomp::commit(string $transaction_id, array $headers = ?): bool

Procedural style:

stomp_commit(resource $link, string $transaction_id, array $headers = ?): bool

Commits a transaction in progress.

Parameters

link

Procedural style only: The stomp link identifier returned by stomp_connect().

transaction_id

The transaction id.

headers

Associative array containing the additional headers (example: receipt).

Return Values

Returns true on success or false on failure.

Examples

Example #1 Object-oriented style

<?php

/* connection */
try {
    
$stomp = new Stomp('tcp://localhost:61613');
} catch(
StompException $e) {
    die(
'Connection failed: ' $e->getMessage());
}

/* begin a transaction */
$stomp->begin('t1');

/* send a message to the queue */
$stomp->send('/queue/foo''bar', array('transaction' => 't1'));

/* commit */
$stomp->commit('t1');

/* close connection */
unset($stomp);

?>

Example #2 Procedural style

<?php

/* connection */
$link stomp_connect('tcp://localhost:61613');

/* check connection */
if (!$link) {
    die(
'Connection failed: ' stomp_connect_error());
}

/* begin a transaction */
stomp_begin($link't1');

/* send a message to the queue 'foo' */
stomp_send($link'/queue/foo''bar', array('transaction' => 't1'));

/* commit */
stomp_commit($link't1');

/* close connection */
stomp_close($link);

?>

Notes

Tip

Stomp is inherently asynchronous. Synchronous communication can be implemented adding a receipt header. This will cause methods to not return anything until the server has acknowledged receipt of the message or until read timeout was reached.

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