The Python API supports the following message exchange patterns:
- Publish / Subscribe
For more information, see Message Exchange Patterns.
The Python API supports:
- Connection management to PubSub+ event brokers
- Addition and removal of topic subscriptions
- Sending and receiving Direct and Guaranteed Messages
- Message compression
- Use of Selectors
- Request/Reply message exchange pattern
- Message Replay
- Structured data types that allow interoperability between various architectures and programming languages
- Kerberos authentication
The Python API does not support the following features:
- PubSub+ Cache Client API support
- Session Transactions
- XA Transactions
- Queue browsing
Tutorials are provided to help you quickly get up to speed developing applications using the Solace PubSub+ Messaging API for Python. As part of using Python, you might want to use an integrated development environment. To ensure the code hints work properly, you may need to configure your IDE settings. For more information, see Using an Integrated Development Environment.
Before you can start working with the API, you must have access to a PubSub+ event broker. For more information about PubSub+ event brokers, see Getting Started with PubSub+ Event Brokers.
These are three ways to access a PubSub+ event broker:
- If you have PubSub+ event brokers already deployed, here's what you require:
- the hostname or IP address of an event broker to test against
- a username and password to access it
- a Message VPN in which you can produce and consume messages
- You can go through an Initial Set Up of a software event broker.
- You can create an event broker service with the PubSub+ Cloud. See PubSub+ Event Broker: Cloud for more information.
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