Testing with RabbitMQ

If you are using HCL OneTest API or later, you can create RabbitMQ transports.

HCL OneTest API supports the Advanced Message Queuing Protocol (AMQP) 0.9.1 in the form of a RabbitMQ transport. AMQP specifies how messages are sent between senders and receivers. An application acts as a sender when the application sends a message to message broker, such as RabbitMQ. RabbitMQ acts as a sender when it sends a message to an AMQP application.

For more information about RabbitMQ and AMQP, see the RabbitMQ documentation.

Software requirements

To use RabbitMQ messaging with HCL OneTest API, you must install and configure RabbitMQ server 3.7.5 or later.

For more information about RabbitMQ software, see the RabbitMQ website.

Note: HCL OneTest API ships with the required JAR files to communicate with RabbitMQ. No Library Manager configuration is necessary.