We can use custom JSON serializer, deserializer from Stratos end to avoid the message header.


On Tue, Sep 2, 2014 at 2:14 PM, Gayan Gunarathne <gayang@wso2.com> wrote:
Hi Paul,

Please find the example of existing message header and body.AFAIK "event-class-name" is the header value used for distinguish the messages.

header: key expires , value 0
header: key timestamp , value 1409646637558
header: key destination , value /topic/topology
header: key persistent , value true
header: key priority , value 4
header: key event-class-name , value org.apache.stratos.messaging.event.topology.CompleteTopologyEvent

Message body:

 {"topology":{"serviceMap":{"gateway":{"serviceName":"gateway","serviceType":"SingleTenant","clusterIdClusterMap":{"gatewaygateway.am.wso2.com.dom":{"serviceName":"gateway","clusterId":"gatewaygateway.am.wso2.com.dom","autoscalePolicyName":"auto-scl-pol1","deploymentPolicyName":" dep-pol1","hostNames":["foo.org"],"tenantRange":"1-*","isLbCluster":false,"memberMap":{"gatewaygateway.am.wso2.com.dom-member-2":{"serviceName":"gateway","clusterId":"gatewaygateway.am.wso2.com.dom","networkPartitionId":"network-partition1","partitionId":"cloud-partition1","memberId":"gatewaygateway.am.wso2.com.dom-member-2","portMap":{"9080":{"protocol":"http","value":8080,"proxy":9080}},"memberPublicIp":"127.0.0.1 public","status":"Activated","memberIp":"127.0.0.1 private","properties":{"mykey1xxxxxxxxx":"myvalweccccccccccccccc"}},"gatewaygateway.am.wso2.com.dom-member-1":{"serviceName":"gateway","clusterId":"gatewaygateway.am.wso2.com.dom","networkPartitionId":"network-partition1","partitionId":"cloud-partition1","memberId":"gatewaygateway.am.wso2.com.dom-member-1","portMap":{"9080":{"protocol":"http","value":8080,"proxy":9080}},"memberPublicIp":"127.0.0.1 public","status":"Activated","memberIp":"127.0.0.1 private","properties":{"mykey1xxxxxxxxx":"myvalweccccccccccccccc"}},"gatewaygateway.am.wso2.com.dom5863cf8d-2746-4be1-91e9-da98c2bcb5a9":{"serviceName":"gateway","clusterId":"gatewaygateway.am.wso2.com.dom","networkPartitionId":"network-partition1","partitionId":"cloud-partition1","memberId":"gatewaygateway.am.wso2.com.dom5863cf8d-2746-4be1-91e9-da98c2bcb5a9","portMap":{},"memberPublicIp":"public IP","memberIp":"private IP"},"lb-member-id-1":{"serviceName":"lb","clusterId":"lbisuruh.lk.domain","networkPartitionId":"network-partition1","partitionId":"cloud-partition1","memberId":"lb-member-id-1","portMap":{},"memberPublicIp":"public IP of apistore","memberIp":"private IP of apistore"}},"properties":{"mykey1weeee":"myvalweeeeeeeee1","mykey1tttttttt":"myvalweetttttttttttt1"}}},"portMap":{"9080":{"protocol":"http","value":8080,"proxy":9080}},"properties":{"mykey1weeee":"myvalweeeeeeeee1","mykey1tttttttt":"myvalweetttttttttttt1"}},"apistore":{"serviceName":"apistore","serviceType":"SingleTenant","clusterIdClusterMap":{"apistorestore.am.wso2.com.doma":{"serviceName":"apistore","clusterId":"apistorestore.am.wso2.com.doma","autoscalePolicyName":"auto-scl-pol1","deploymentPolicyName":" dep-pol1","hostNames":["foo.org"],"tenantRange":"1-*","isLbCluster":false,"memberMap":{"apistorestore.am.wso2.com.doma298e2959-a3b4-45a0-a11f-7671606158ed":{"serviceName":"apistore","clusterId":"apistorestore.am.wso2.com.doma","networkPartitionId":"network-partition1","partitionId":"cloud-partition1","memberId":"apistorestore.am.wso2.com.doma298e2959-a3b4-45a0-a11f-7671606158ed","portMap":{},"memberPublicIp":"pub ip","status":"Activated","memberIp":"ip","lbClusterId":"lbmongolb594224131.mongolb.dom"}}}},"portMap":{"9080":{"protocol":"http","value":8080,"proxy":9080}}},"lb":{"serviceName":"lb","serviceType":"SingleTenant","clusterIdClusterMap":{"lbisuruh.lk.domain":{"serviceName":"lb","clusterId":"lbisuruh.lk.domain","autoscalePolicyName":"auto-scl-pol1","deploymentPolicyName":" dep-pol1","hostNames":["foo.org"],"tenantRange":"1-*","isLbCluster":false,"memberMap":{}}},"portMap":{"9080":{"protocol":"http","value":8080,"proxy":9080}}}},"initialized":false}}


Thanks,
Gayan



On Tue, Sep 2, 2014 at 1:49 PM, Paul Fremantle <paul@wso2.com> wrote:
Can you post an example of the headers and body?

Paul


On 2 September 2014 09:17, Gayan Gunarathne <gayang@wso2.com> wrote:
Hi Paul,

Currently we have existing java based message publisher with the headers. Here we try to use those published messages with the python client. If we use JSON structured message with  headers enclosed we have to change all other current implementations as well. AFAIK We will distinguished the messages with their header value.So my point is if we used this sort of JSON structure for messages, we need to change all the current messaging model.

OTOH with the Stomp protocol with python client we were able to get those header values and used those messages as it is. 

Thanks,
Gayan


On Tue, Sep 2, 2014 at 1:04 PM, Paul Fremantle <paul@wso2.com> wrote:
What headers do you need to pass?

The way of doing headers with MQTT is to use a structured message (e.g. JSON) and put some headers into the JSON.

Paul


On 2 September 2014 07:58, Gayan Gunarathne <gayang@wso2.com> wrote:

We did some analysis regarding the MQTT protocol as well.Following are our findings regarding the MQTT.

MQTT is low bandwidth consumption messaging protocol which supports pub/sub protocol with the following limitations. 
  • It has fixed header (2 bytes) . Specifications mentioning that it can be extended.But AFAIU clients[1] didn't support for this header extension. We have checked the MQTT with the messages published with headers and we didn't receive the header on those.Only receive the message body.
  • The payload size for a MQTT message is 256MB.I guess design point for MQTT usage is targeted at more constrained devices.[3]. MQTT is better at a high volume of low size messages.
  • It is supports only topic.This will not be a issue currently in our scenario as we used only topic currently AFAIK.[4]

I guess it build with above limitations and it is very good choice for the mobile and small application as it is very lightweight and low power.[5] WDYT?

Please share your thoughts on this.

[3] http://stephendnicholas.com/archives/1217


On Mon, Sep 1, 2014 at 4:32 PM, Gayan Gunarathne <gayang@wso2.com> wrote:
Thanks Paul.

We will check on this paho-mgtt python library as well.

Thanks,
Gayan




On Mon, Sep 1, 2014 at 4:17 PM, Paul Fremantle <paul@wso2.com> wrote:
Python has excellent pure python MQTT support. 

pip install paho-mqtt


Paul


On 1 September 2014 11:40, Gayan Gunarathne <gayang@wso2.com> wrote:
Hi Paul,

Here we try to connect the our existing Apache ActiveMQ with the pure python.(We try to replace our java cartridge agent with the python as after that we can remove the java dependency from the cartridge itself). 
In the initial research we didn't notice such a pure python libraries with the MQTT  which can connect with the ActiveMQ. Also with the initial reading I guess they are recommend it for the mobile applications as its low bandwidth consumption.Also I am noticed lot of web socket based applications are developed through MQTT.

Thanks,
Gayan


On Mon, Sep 1, 2014 at 3:42 PM, Paul Fremantle <paul@wso2.com> wrote:

Have you looked at mqtt?

Paul

On 1 Sep 2014 12:10, "Gayan Gunarathne" <gayang@wso2.com> wrote:

Hi All,

As per our initial research on the python based messaging implementation of python cartridge agent and discussion[1] we can summarize our findings as following.

1.AMQP

Apache ActiveMQ used the AMQP 1.0 protocol. We found C based client library (proton) [2] which can be used with python.
But it is a platform dependent library and every time we need to install the libraries based on the architecture and OS version.IMO this will be difficult us to manage as we need to install the libraries based on the platform.

Other python libraries(txAMQP ,pika etc) supports AMQP 0.9 which fails to connect with the ActiveMQ.


2.STOMP

We can connect to the ActiveMQ with the STOMP protocol by using the STOMP python client library[3].IMO we can used STOMP with ActiveMQ without worry about the platform based library installation.By considering our scope of the cartridge agent I think it is better to have a platform independence cartridge as far as we can. Then, IMO STOMP based messaging queue implementation  will be more manageable when we increase our number of platform supported.
WDYT?

When comparing the performance of theses two protocols it looks like there are no such huge difference[4].I guess the performance also tightly coupled with the message broker you are using as well.OTOH Apache ActiveMQ recommended way also to used the STOMP with the python[5].


Please share your thoughts on this.

[1] Stratos Python Cartridge Agent


Thanks,
Gayan



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