org.springframework.messaging.simp.config

Class MessageBrokerRegistry

  • java.lang.Object
    • org.springframework.messaging.simp.config.MessageBrokerRegistry


  • public class MessageBrokerRegistry
    extends java.lang.Object
    A registry for configuring message broker options.
    Since:
    4.0
    Author:
    Rossen Stoyanchev, Sebastien Deleuze
    • Method Detail

      • enableSimpleBroker

        public SimpleBrokerRegistration enableSimpleBroker(java.lang.String... destinationPrefixes)
        Enable a simple message broker and configure one or more prefixes to filter destinations targeting the broker (e.g. destinations prefixed with "/topic").
      • enableStompBrokerRelay

        public StompBrokerRelayRegistration enableStompBrokerRelay(java.lang.String... destinationPrefixes)
        Enable a STOMP broker relay and configure the destination prefixes supported by the message broker. Check the STOMP documentation of the message broker for supported destinations.
      • configureBrokerChannel

        public ChannelRegistration configureBrokerChannel()
        Customize the channel used to send messages from the application to the message broker. By default, messages from the application to the message broker are sent synchronously, which means application code sending a message will find out if the message cannot be sent through an exception. However, this can be changed if the broker channel is configured here with task executor properties.
      • getUserDestinationBroadcast

        @Nullable
        protected java.lang.String getUserDestinationBroadcast()
      • getUserRegistryBroadcast

        @Nullable
        protected java.lang.String getUserRegistryBroadcast()
      • setApplicationDestinationPrefixes

        public MessageBrokerRegistry setApplicationDestinationPrefixes(java.lang.String... prefixes)
        Configure one or more prefixes to filter destinations targeting application annotated methods. For example destinations prefixed with "/app" may be processed by annotated methods while other destinations may target the message broker (e.g. "/topic", "/queue").

        When messages are processed, the matching prefix is removed from the destination in order to form the lookup path. This means annotations should not contain the destination prefix.

        Prefixes that do not have a trailing slash will have one automatically appended.

      • getApplicationDestinationPrefixes

        @Nullable
        protected java.util.Collection<java.lang.String> getApplicationDestinationPrefixes()
      • setUserDestinationPrefix

        public MessageBrokerRegistry setUserDestinationPrefix(java.lang.String destinationPrefix)
        Configure the prefix used to identify user destinations. User destinations provide the ability for a user to subscribe to queue names unique to their session as well as for others to send messages to those unique, user-specific queues.

        For example when a user attempts to subscribe to "/user/queue/position-updates", the destination may be translated to "/queue/position-updatesi9oqdfzo" yielding a unique queue name that does not collide with any other user attempting to do the same. Subsequently when messages are sent to "/user/{username}/queue/position-updates", the destination is translated to "/queue/position-updatesi9oqdfzo".

        The default prefix used to identify such destinations is "/user/".

      • getUserDestinationPrefix

        @Nullable
        protected java.lang.String getUserDestinationPrefix()
      • getUserRegistryOrder

        @Nullable
        protected java.lang.Integer getUserRegistryOrder()
      • setPathMatcher

        public MessageBrokerRegistry setPathMatcher(PathMatcher pathMatcher)
        Configure the PathMatcher to use to match the destinations of incoming messages to @MessageMapping and @SubscribeMapping methods.

        By default AntPathMatcher is configured. However applications may provide an AntPathMatcher instance customized to use "." (commonly used in messaging) instead of "/" as path separator or provide a completely different PathMatcher implementation.

        Note that the configured PathMatcher is only used for matching the portion of the destination after the configured prefix. For example given application destination prefix "/app" and destination "/app/price.stock.**", the message might be mapped to a controller with "price" and "stock.**" as its type and method-level mappings respectively.

        When the simple broker is enabled, the PathMatcher configured here is also used to match message destinations when brokering messages.

        Since:
        4.1
        See Also:
        DefaultSubscriptionRegistry.setPathMatcher(org.springframework.util.PathMatcher)
      • setCacheLimit

        public MessageBrokerRegistry setCacheLimit(int cacheLimit)
        Configure the cache limit to apply for registrations with the broker.

        This is currently only applied for the destination cache in the subscription registry. The default cache limit there is 1024.

        Since:
        4.3.2
        See Also:
        DefaultSubscriptionRegistry.setCacheLimit(int)
      • setPreservePublishOrder

        public MessageBrokerRegistry setPreservePublishOrder(boolean preservePublishOrder)
        Whether the client must receive messages in the order of publication.

        By default messages sent to the "clientOutboundChannel" may not be processed in the same order because the channel is backed by a ThreadPoolExecutor that in turn does not guarantee processing in order.

        When this flag is set to true messages within the same session will be sent to the "clientOutboundChannel" one at a time in order to preserve the order of publication. Enable this only if needed since there is some performance overhead to keep messages in order.

        Since:
        5.1