Represents a TCP-addressable AMQP peer: a host name and port number.
Represents a version of the AMQP specification.
Represents Basic.GetOk responses from the server.
Wrapper for a byte. May appear as values read from and written to AMQP field tables.
Main entry point to the RabbitMQ .NET AMQP client API. Constructs IConnection instances.
Useful default/base implementation of IBasicConsumer. Subclass and override HandleBasicDeliver(String, UInt64, Boolean, String, String, IBasicProperties, Byte) in application code.
Convenience class providing compile-time names for standard exchange types.
Convenience class providing compile-time names for standard headers.
Provides access to the supported IProtocol implementations.
Container for an exchange name, exchange type and routing key, usable as the target address of a message to be published.
Represents Queue info.
Information about the reason why a particular model, session, or connection was destroyed.
Single entry object in the shutdown report that encapsulates description of the error which occured during shutdown.
Represents a configurable SSL option, used in setting up an SSL connection.
Structure holding an AMQP timestamp, a posix 64-bit time_t.
A pluggable authentication mechanism.
Consumer interface. Used to receive messages from a queue by subscription.
Common AMQP Basic content-class headers interface, spanning the union of the functionality offered by versions 0-8, 0-8qpid, 0-9 and 0-9-1 of AMQP.
Main interface to an AMQP connection.
A decoded AMQP content header frame.
A decoded AMQP method frame.
Common AMQP model, spanning the union of the functionality offered by versions 0-8, 0-8qpid, 0-9 and 0-9-1 of AMQP.
Object describing various overarching parameters associated with a particular AMQP protocol variant.
A marker interface for entities that are recoverable (currently connection or channel).
Common AMQP Stream content-class headers interface, spanning the union of the functionality offered by versions 0-8, 0-8qpid, 0-9 and 0-9-1 of AMQP.
Common interface for network (TCP/IP) connection classes.
Describes the source of a shutdown event.