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ParameterDescriptionRequired
rabbitmq.server.host.nameHost name of the server.Yes
rabbitmq.server.portPort number of the server.Yes
rabbitmq.exchange.name

The name of the RabbitMQ exchange to which the queue is bound. Use this parameter instead of rabbitmq.queue.routing.key, if you need to use the default exchange and publish to a queue.

No
rabbitmq.queue.routing.keyThe exchange and queue binding key that will be used to route messages.No
rabbitmq.replyto.nameThe name of the call back­ queue. Specify this parameter if you expect a response.No
rabbitmq.queue.delivery.mode

The delivery mode of the queue. Possible values are 1 and 2.
1 - Non­-persistent.
2 - Persistent. This is the default value.

No
rabbitmq.exchange.typeThe type of the exchange.No
rabbitmq.queue.nameThe queue name to send or consume messages. If you do not specify this parameter, you need to specify the rabbitmq.queue.routing.key parameter.Yes
rabbitmq.queue.durableWhether the queue should remain declared even if the broker restarts. The default value is false.No
rabbitmq.queue.exclusiveWhether the queue should be exclusive or should be consumable by other connections. The default value is falseNo
rabbitmq.queue.auto.deleteWhether to keep the queue even if it is not being consumed anymore. The default value is false.No
rabbitmq.exchange.durableWhether the exchange should remain declared even if the broker restarts.No
rabbitmq.queue.autodeclareWhether to create queues if they are not present. However, you should set this parameter only if queues are not declared prior on the broker. Setting this parameter in the publish URL to false improves RabbitMQ transport performance.No
rabbitmq.exchange.autodeclareWhether to create exchanges if they are not present. However, you should set this parameter only if exchanges are not declared prior on the broker. Setting this parameter in the publish URL to false improves RabbitMQ transport performance.No
rabbitmq.message.correlation.id

The correlation ID is required to identify a message that comes through one queue and requires a response back via another queue. This ID helps you map the messages and is unique for every request.

No

rabbitmq.message.id

Every message has its own unique message ID.
rabbitmq.message.typeApplication-specific message typeNo

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