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Stambia Data Integration allows to work with Advanced Message Queuing Protocol (AMQP) brokers.

An AMQP Metadata Model is available to define all the broker's credentials and communication properties, and to design the different AMQP objects.

It can then be used on the five Process Actions that allows to:

  • Declare AMQP exchanges and queues
  • Send messages to exchanges or queues
  • Receive messages from queues
  • Stambia DI Designer S18.2.0 or higher
  • Stambia DI Runtime S17.3.0 or higher


Stambia DI is a flexible and agile solution. It can be quickly adapted to your needs.

If you have any question, any feature request or any issue, do not hesitate to contact us.

This component may require a dedicated license.

Please contact the Stambia support team if you have any doubt and if you need to use it in a production environment.



All the necessary material to use AMQP with Stambia DI is already included in the Designer and Runtime.

Name Description Download
Demonstration Project A project that demonstrates most of the features through examples of AMQP Processes download


Supported features

You can find bellow an overview of what Stambia can do with AMQP brokers

Name Description

Messages can be sent to or received from the following AMQP items:

  • Exchanges
    • Direct Exchanges
    • Fanout Exchanges
    • Headers Exchanges
    • Topic Exchanges
  • Queues
Exchange declaration

The following types of exchange can be declared (created) on the broker from Stambia DI:

  • Direct Exchanges
  • Fanout Exchanges
  • Headers Exchanges
  • Topic Exchanges

Optional properties supported for the exchanges:

  • Durable
  • Automatic Delete

All the operations can be managed in transactions, committed manually or automatically.

The following transaction modes are supported:

Send methods

The source messages to send can be provided:

  • In files: The content of the specified file will be read by Stambia and sent to the broker
  • In the body of the action: The content is specified directly in the Stambia Process, on the send action
Receive methods

The received messages can be:

  • Stored directly in a file
  • Used in the rest of the Process through a Bind Link
AMQP protocol version Stambia supports the AMQP 0.9.1 protocol version



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