Manual Reference Pages - NET::STOMP::CLIENT::CONNECTION (3)
Net::STOMP::Client::Connection - Connection support for Net::STOMP::Client
This module provides connection establishment support (plain TCP and SSL) as
well as URI handling.
It is used internally by Net::STOMP::Client and should not be directly
This module provides the following function (which is <B>notB> exported):
attempt to establish a new connection to a STOMP server
When creating an object with Net::STOMP::Clients new() method, if you
supply some socket options (via sockopts) with a name starting with
SSL_ or if you supply a URI (via uri) with a scheme containg ssl
then IO::Socket::SSL will be used to create the socket instead of
IO::Socket::INET and the communication with the server will then go
Here are the most commonly used SSL socket options:
For more information, see IO::Socket::SSL.
path to a directory containing several trusted certificates as separate
files as well as an index of the certificates
path of your RSA private key
path of your certificate
subroutine that should return the password required to decrypt your private
The uri option of Net::STOMP::Clients new() method can be given a
complex URI indicating some kind of failover, for instance:
The given URI must use the ActiveMQ failover syntax (see
<http://activemq.apache.org/failover-transport-reference.html>) and only
some options are supported, namely: backOffMultiplier,
initialReconnectDelay, maxReconnectAttempts, maxReconnectDelay,
randomize and useExponentialBackOff.
When specified, these failover options will be used only inside the new()
method (so at the TCP connection level) and not elsewhere. If the broker
later fails during the STOMP interaction, it is up to the program author,
knowing the logic of his code, to perform the appropriate recovery actions
and eventually reconnect, using again the new() method.
Lionel Cons <http://cern.ch/lionel.cons>
Copyright (C) CERN 2010-2013
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