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NATS - Go Client

A Go client for the NATS messaging system.

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Installation

# Go client
go get github.com/nats-io/go-nats

# Server
go get github.com/nats-io/gnatsd

Basic Usage

import nats "github.com/nats-io/go-nats"

// Connect to a server
nc, _ := nats.Connect(nats.DefaultURL)

// Simple Publisher
nc.Publish("foo", []byte("Hello World"))

// Simple Async Subscriber
nc.Subscribe("foo", func(m *nats.Msg) {
    fmt.Printf("Received a message: %s\n", string(m.Data))
})

// Simple Sync Subscriber
sub, err := nc.SubscribeSync("foo")
m, err := sub.NextMsg(timeout)

// Channel Subscriber
ch := make(chan *nats.Msg, 64)
sub, err := nc.ChanSubscribe("foo", ch)
msg := <- ch

// Unsubscribe
sub.Unsubscribe()

// Drain
sub.Drain()

// Requests
msg, err := nc.Request("help", []byte("help me"), 10*time.Millisecond)

// Replies
nc.Subscribe("help", func(m *Msg) {
    nc.Publish(m.Reply, []byte("I can help!"))
})

// Drain connection (Preferred for responders)
// Close() not needed if this is called.
nc.Drain()

// Close connection
nc.Close()

Encoded Connections


nc, _ := nats.Connect(nats.DefaultURL)
c, _ := nats.NewEncodedConn(nc, nats.JSON_ENCODER)
defer c.Close()

// Simple Publisher
c.Publish("foo", "Hello World")

// Simple Async Subscriber
c.Subscribe("foo", func(s string) {
    fmt.Printf("Received a message: %s\n", s)
})

// EncodedConn can Publish any raw Go type using the registered Encoder
type person struct {
     Name     string
     Address  string
     Age      int
}

// Go type Subscriber
c.Subscribe("hello", func(p *person) {
    fmt.Printf("Received a person: %+v\n", p)
})

me := &person{Name: "derek", Age: 22, Address: "140 New Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA"}

// Go type Publisher
c.Publish("hello", me)

// Unsubscribe
sub, err := c.Subscribe("foo", nil)
...
sub.Unsubscribe()

// Requests
var response string
err := c.Request("help", "help me", &response, 10*time.Millisecond)
if err != nil {
    fmt.Printf("Request failed: %v\n", err)
}

// Replying
c.Subscribe("help", func(subj, reply string, msg string) {
    c.Publish(reply, "I can help!")
})

// Close connection
c.Close();

New Authentication (Nkeys and User Credentials)

This requires server with version >= 2.0.0

NATS servers have a new security and authentication mechanism to authenticate with user credentials and Nkeys. The simplest form is to use the helper method UserCredentials(credsFilepath).

nc, err := nats.Connect(url, UserCredentials("user.creds"))

The helper methos creates two callback handlers to present the user JWT and sign the nonce challenge from the server. The core client library never has direct access to your private key and simply performs the callback for signing the server challenge. The helper will load and wipe and erase memory it uses for each connect or reconnect.

The helper also can take two entries, one for the JWT and one for the NKey seed file.

nc, err := nats.Connect(url, UserCredentials("user.jwt", "user.nk"))

You can also set the callback handlers directly and manage challenge signing directly.

nc, err := nats.Connect(url, UserJWT(jwtCB, sigCB))

Bare Nkeys are also supported. The nkey seed should be in a read only file, e.g. seed.txt

> cat seed.txt
# This is my seed nkey!
SUAGMJH5XLGZKQQWAWKRZJIGMOU4HPFUYLXJMXOO5NLFEO2OOQJ5LPRDPM

This is a helper function which will load and decode and do the proper signing for the server nonce. It will clear memory in between invocations. You can choose to use the low level option and provide the public key and a signature callback on your own.

opt, err := nats.NkeyOptionFromSeed("seed.txt")
nc, err := nats.Connect(serverUrl, opt)

// Direct
nc, err := nats.Connect(serverUrl, Nkey(pubNkey, sigCB))

TLS

// tls as a scheme will enable secure connections by default. This will also verify the server name.
nc, err := nats.Connect("tls://nats.demo.io:4443")

// If you are using a self-signed certificate, you need to have a tls.Config with RootCAs setup.
// We provide a helper method to make this case easier.
nc, err = nats.Connect("tls://localhost:4443", nats.RootCAs("./configs/certs/ca.pem"))

// If the server requires client certificate, there is an helper function for that too:
cert := nats.ClientCert("./configs/certs/client-cert.pem", "./configs/certs/client-key.pem")
nc, err = nats.Connect("tls://localhost:4443", cert)

// You can also supply a complete tls.Config

certFile := "./configs/certs/client-cert.pem"
keyFile := "./configs/certs/client-key.pem"
cert, err := tls.LoadX509KeyPair(certFile, keyFile)
if err != nil {
    t.Fatalf("error parsing X509 certificate/key pair: %v", err)
}

config := &tls.Config{
    ServerName: 	opts.Host,
    Certificates: 	[]tls.Certificate{cert},
    RootCAs:    	pool,
    MinVersion: 	tls.VersionTLS12,
}

nc, err = nats.Connect("nats://localhost:4443", nats.Secure(config))
if err != nil {
	t.Fatalf("Got an error on Connect with Secure Options: %+v\n", err)
}

Using Go Channels (netchan)

nc, _ := nats.Connect(nats.DefaultURL)
ec, _ := nats.NewEncodedConn(nc, nats.JSON_ENCODER)
defer ec.Close()

type person struct {
     Name     string
     Address  string
     Age      int
}

recvCh := make(chan *person)
ec.BindRecvChan("hello", recvCh)

sendCh := make(chan *person)
ec.BindSendChan("hello", sendCh)

me := &person{Name: "derek", Age: 22, Address: "140 New Montgomery Street"}

// Send via Go channels
sendCh <- me

// Receive via Go channels
who := <- recvCh

Wildcard Subscriptions


// "*" matches any token, at any level of the subject.
nc.Subscribe("foo.*.baz", func(m *Msg) {
    fmt.Printf("Msg received on [%s] : %s\n", m.Subject, string(m.Data));
})

nc.Subscribe("foo.bar.*", func(m *Msg) {
    fmt.Printf("Msg received on [%s] : %s\n", m.Subject, string(m.Data));
})

// ">" matches any length of the tail of a subject, and can only be the last token
// E.g. 'foo.>' will match 'foo.bar', 'foo.bar.baz', 'foo.foo.bar.bax.22'
nc.Subscribe("foo.>", func(m *Msg) {
    fmt.Printf("Msg received on [%s] : %s\n", m.Subject, string(m.Data));
})

// Matches all of the above
nc.Publish("foo.bar.baz", []byte("Hello World"))

Queue Groups

// All subscriptions with the same queue name will form a queue group.
// Each message will be delivered to only one subscriber per queue group,
// using queuing semantics. You can have as many queue groups as you wish.
// Normal subscribers will continue to work as expected.

nc.QueueSubscribe("foo", "job_workers", func(_ *Msg) {
  received += 1;
})

Advanced Usage


// Flush connection to server, returns when all messages have been processed.
nc.Flush()
fmt.Println("All clear!")

// FlushTimeout specifies a timeout value as well.
err := nc.FlushTimeout(1*time.Second)
if err != nil {
    fmt.Println("All clear!")
} else {
    fmt.Println("Flushed timed out!")
}

// Auto-unsubscribe after MAX_WANTED messages received
const MAX_WANTED = 10
sub, err := nc.Subscribe("foo")
sub.AutoUnsubscribe(MAX_WANTED)

// Multiple connections
nc1 := nats.Connect("nats://host1:4222")
nc2 := nats.Connect("nats://host2:4222")

nc1.Subscribe("foo", func(m *Msg) {
    fmt.Printf("Received a message: %s\n", string(m.Data))
})

nc2.Publish("foo", []byte("Hello World!"));

Clustered Usage


var servers = "nats://localhost:1222, nats://localhost:1223, nats://localhost:1224"

nc, err := nats.Connect(servers)

// Optionally set ReconnectWait and MaxReconnect attempts.
// This example means 10 seconds total per backend.
nc, err = nats.Connect(servers, nats.MaxReconnects(5), nats.ReconnectWait(2 * time.Second))

// Optionally disable randomization of the server pool
nc, err = nats.Connect(servers, nats.DontRandomize())

// Setup callbacks to be notified on disconnects, reconnects and connection closed.
nc, err = nats.Connect(servers,
	nats.DisconnectHandler(func(nc *nats.Conn) {
		fmt.Printf("Got disconnected!\n")
	}),
	nats.ReconnectHandler(func(nc *nats.Conn) {
		fmt.Printf("Got reconnected to %v!\n", nc.ConnectedUrl())
	}),
	nats.ClosedHandler(func(nc *nats.Conn) {
		fmt.Printf("Connection closed. Reason: %q\n", nc.LastError())
	})
)

// When connecting to a mesh of servers with auto-discovery capabilities,
// you may need to provide a username/password or token in order to connect
// to any server in that mesh when authentication is required.
// Instead of providing the credentials in the initial URL, you will use
// new option setters:
nc, err = nats.Connect("nats://localhost:4222", nats.UserInfo("foo", "bar"))

// For token based authentication:
nc, err = nats.Connect("nats://localhost:4222", nats.Token("S3cretT0ken"))

// You can even pass the two at the same time in case one of the server
// in the mesh requires token instead of user name and password.
nc, err = nats.Connect("nats://localhost:4222",
    nats.UserInfo("foo", "bar"),
    nats.Token("S3cretT0ken"))

// Note that if credentials are specified in the initial URLs, they take
// precedence on the credentials specfied through the options.
// For instance, in the connect call below, the client library will use
// the user "my" and password "pwd" to connect to locahost:4222, however,
// it will use username "foo" and password "bar" when (re)connecting to
// a different server URL that it got as part of the auto-discovery.
nc, err = nats.Connect("nats://my:pwd@localhost:4222", nats.UserInfo("foo", "bar"))

Context support (+Go 1.7)

ctx, cancel := context.WithTimeout(context.Background(), 2*time.Second)
defer cancel()

nc, err := nats.Connect(nats.DefaultURL)

// Request with context
msg, err := nc.RequestWithContext(ctx, "foo", []byte("bar"))

// Synchronous subscriber with context
sub, err := nc.SubscribeSync("foo")
msg, err := sub.NextMsgWithContext(ctx)

// Encoded Request with context
c, err := nats.NewEncodedConn(nc, nats.JSON_ENCODER)
type request struct {
	Message string `json:"message"`
}
type response struct {
	Code int `json:"code"`
}
req := &request{Message: "Hello"}
resp := &response{}
err := c.RequestWithContext(ctx, "foo", req, resp)

License

Unless otherwise noted, the NATS source files are distributed under the Apache Version 2.0 license found in the LICENSE file.

FOSSA Status

Documentation

Overview

A Go client for the NATS messaging system (https://nats.io).

A Go client for the NATS messaging system (https://nats.io).

Index

Examples

Constants

View Source
const (
	JSON_ENCODER    = "json"
	GOB_ENCODER     = "gob"
	DEFAULT_ENCODER = "default"
)

Indexe names into the Registered Encoders.

View Source
const (
	Version                 = "1.7.2"
	DefaultURL              = "nats://localhost:4222"
	DefaultPort             = 4222
	DefaultMaxReconnect     = 60
	DefaultReconnectWait    = 2 * time.Second
	DefaultTimeout          = 2 * time.Second
	DefaultPingInterval     = 2 * time.Minute
	DefaultMaxPingOut       = 2
	DefaultMaxChanLen       = 8192            // 8k
	DefaultReconnectBufSize = 8 * 1024 * 1024 // 8MB
	RequestChanLen          = 8
	DefaultDrainTimeout     = 30 * time.Second
	LangString              = "go"
)

Default Constants

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const (
	// STALE_CONNECTION is for detection and proper handling of stale connections.
	STALE_CONNECTION = "stale connection"

	// PERMISSIONS_ERR is for when nats server subject authorization has failed.
	PERMISSIONS_ERR = "permissions violation"

	// AUTHORIZATION_ERR is for when nats server user authorization has failed.
	AUTHORIZATION_ERR = "authorization violation"
)
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const (
	DISCONNECTED = Status(iota)
	CONNECTED
	CLOSED
	RECONNECTING
	CONNECTING
	DRAINING_SUBS
	DRAINING_PUBS
)
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const (
	AsyncSubscription = SubscriptionType(iota)
	SyncSubscription
	ChanSubscription
	NilSubscription
)

The different types of subscription types.

View Source
const (
	DefaultSubPendingMsgsLimit  = 65536
	DefaultSubPendingBytesLimit = 65536 * 1024
)

Pending Limits

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const (
	OP_START = iota
	OP_PLUS
	OP_PLUS_O
	OP_PLUS_OK
	OP_MINUS
	OP_MINUS_E
	OP_MINUS_ER
	OP_MINUS_ERR
	OP_MINUS_ERR_SPC
	MINUS_ERR_ARG
	OP_M
	OP_MS
	OP_MSG
	OP_MSG_SPC
	MSG_ARG
	MSG_PAYLOAD
	MSG_END
	OP_P
	OP_PI
	OP_PIN
	OP_PING
	OP_PO
	OP_PON
	OP_PONG
	OP_I
	OP_IN
	OP_INF
	OP_INFO
	OP_INFO_SPC
	INFO_ARG
)
View Source
const (
	InboxPrefix = "_INBOX."
)

InboxPrefix is the prefix for all inbox subjects.

View Source
const MAX_CONTROL_LINE_SIZE = 1024

Variables

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var (
	ErrConnectionClosed       = errors.New("nats: connection closed")
	ErrConnectionDraining     = errors.New("nats: connection draining")
	ErrDrainTimeout           = errors.New("nats: draining connection timed out")
	ErrConnectionReconnecting = errors.New("nats: connection reconnecting")
	ErrSecureConnRequired     = errors.New("nats: secure connection required")
	ErrSecureConnWanted       = errors.New("nats: secure connection not available")
	ErrBadSubscription        = errors.New("nats: invalid subscription")
	ErrTypeSubscription       = errors.New("nats: invalid subscription type")
	ErrBadSubject             = errors.New("nats: invalid subject")
	ErrSlowConsumer           = errors.New("nats: slow consumer, messages dropped")
	ErrTimeout                = errors.New("nats: timeout")
	ErrBadTimeout             = errors.New("nats: timeout invalid")
	ErrAuthorization          = errors.New("nats: authorization violation")
	ErrNoServers              = errors.New("nats: no servers available for connection")
	ErrJsonParse              = errors.New("nats: connect message, json parse error")
	ErrChanArg                = errors.New("nats: argument needs to be a channel type")
	ErrMaxPayload             = errors.New("nats: maximum payload exceeded")
	ErrMaxMessages            = errors.New("nats: maximum messages delivered")
	ErrSyncSubRequired        = errors.New("nats: illegal call on an async subscription")
	ErrMultipleTLSConfigs     = errors.New("nats: multiple tls.Configs not allowed")
	ErrNoInfoReceived         = errors.New("nats: protocol exception, INFO not received")
	ErrReconnectBufExceeded   = errors.New("nats: outbound buffer limit exceeded")
	ErrInvalidConnection      = errors.New("nats: invalid connection")
	ErrInvalidMsg             = errors.New("nats: invalid message or message nil")
	ErrInvalidArg             = errors.New("nats: invalid argument")
	ErrInvalidContext         = errors.New("nats: invalid context")
	ErrNoDeadlineContext      = errors.New("nats: context requires a deadline")
	ErrNoEchoNotSupported     = errors.New("nats: no echo option not supported by this server")
	ErrClientIDNotSupported   = errors.New("nats: client ID not supported by this server")
	ErrUserButNoSigCB         = errors.New("nats: user callback defined without a signature handler")
	ErrNkeyButNoSigCB         = errors.New("nats: nkey defined without a signature handler")
	ErrNoUserCB               = errors.New("nats: user callback not defined")
	ErrNkeyAndUser            = errors.New("nats: user callback and nkey defined")
	ErrNkeysNotSupported      = errors.New("nats: nkeys not supported by the server")
	ErrStaleConnection        = errors.New("nats: " + STALE_CONNECTION)
	ErrTokenAlreadySet        = errors.New("nats: token and token handler both set")
)

Errors

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var DefaultOptions = GetDefaultOptions()

DEPRECATED: Use GetDefaultOptions() instead. DefaultOptions is not safe for use by multiple clients. For details see #308.

Functions

func NewInbox

func NewInbox() string

NewInbox will return an inbox string which can be used for directed replies from subscribers. These are guaranteed to be unique, but can be shared and subscribed to by others.

func RegisterEncoder

func RegisterEncoder(encType string, enc Encoder)

RegisterEncoder will register the encType with the given Encoder. Useful for customization.

Types

type AuthTokenHandler added in v1.7.0

type AuthTokenHandler func() string

AuthTokenHandler is used to generate a new token.

type Conn

type Conn struct {
	// Keep all members for which we use atomic at the beginning of the
	// struct and make sure they are all 64bits (or use padding if necessary).
	// atomic.* functions crash on 32bit machines if operand is not aligned
	// at 64bit. See https://github.com/golang/go/issues/599
	Statistics

	// Opts holds the configuration of the Conn.
	// Modifying the configuration of a running Conn is a race.
	Opts Options
	// contains filtered or unexported fields
}

A Conn represents a bare connection to a nats-server. It can send and receive []byte payloads.

func Connect

func Connect(url string, options ...Option) (*Conn, error)

Connect will attempt to connect to the NATS system. The url can contain username/password semantics. e.g. nats://derek:pass@localhost:4222 Comma separated arrays are also supported, e.g. urlA, urlB. Options start with the defaults but can be overridden.

Example

Shows different ways to create a Conn

nc, _ := nats.Connect(nats.DefaultURL)
nc.Close()

nc, _ = nats.Connect("nats://derek:secretpassword@demo.nats.io:4222")
nc.Close()

nc, _ = nats.Connect("tls://derek:secretpassword@demo.nats.io:4443")
nc.Close()

opts := nats.Options{
	AllowReconnect: true,
	MaxReconnect:   10,
	ReconnectWait:  5 * time.Second,
	Timeout:        1 * time.Second,
}

nc, _ = opts.Connect()
nc.Close()
Output:

func (*Conn) AuthRequired added in v1.2.0

func (nc *Conn) AuthRequired() bool

AuthRequired will return if the connected server requires authorization.

func (*Conn) Barrier added in v1.5.0

func (nc *Conn) Barrier(f func()) error

Barrier schedules the given function `f` to all registered asynchronous subscriptions. Only the last subscription to see this barrier will invoke the function. If no subscription is registered at the time of this call, `f()` is invoked right away. ErrConnectionClosed is returned if the connection is closed prior to the call.

func (*Conn) Buffered added in v1.1.2

func (nc *Conn) Buffered() (int, error)

Buffered will return the number of bytes buffered to be sent to the server. FIXME(dlc) take into account disconnected state.

func (*Conn) ChanQueueSubscribe added in v1.2.0

func (nc *Conn) ChanQueueSubscribe(subj, group string, ch chan *Msg) (*Subscription, error)

ChanQueueSubscribe will express interest in the given subject. All subscribers with the same queue name will form the queue group and only one member of the group will be selected to receive any given message, which will be placed on the channel. You should not close the channel until sub.Unsubscribe() has been called. Note: This is the same than QueueSubscribeSyncWithChan.

func (*Conn) ChanSubscribe added in v1.2.0

func (nc *Conn) ChanSubscribe(subj string, ch chan *Msg) (*Subscription, error)

ChanSubscribe will express interest in the given subject and place all messages received on the channel. You should not close the channel until sub.Unsubscribe() has been called.

func (*Conn) Close

func (nc *Conn) Close()

Close will close the connection to the server. This call will release all blocking calls, such as Flush() and NextMsg()

Example
nc, _ := nats.Connect(nats.DefaultURL)
nc.Close()
Output:

func (*Conn) ConnectedAddr added in v1.7.2

func (nc *Conn) ConnectedAddr() string

ConnectedAddr returns the connected server's IP

func (*Conn) ConnectedServerId added in v1.0.5

func (nc *Conn) ConnectedServerId() string

Report the connected server's Id

func (*Conn) ConnectedUrl

func (nc *Conn) ConnectedUrl() string

Report the connected server's Url

func (*Conn) DiscoveredServers added in v1.2.2

func (nc *Conn) DiscoveredServers() []string

DiscoveredServers returns only the server urls that have been discovered after a connection has been established. If authentication is enabled, use UserInfo or Token when connecting with these urls.

func (*Conn) Drain added in v1.6.0

func (nc *Conn) Drain() error

Drain will put a connection into a drain state. All subscriptions will immediately be put into a drain state. Upon completion, the publishers will be drained and can not publish any additional messages. Upon draining of the publishers, the connection will be closed. Use the ClosedCB() option to know when the connection has moved from draining to closed.

func (*Conn) Flush

func (nc *Conn) Flush() error

Flush will perform a round trip to the server and return when it receives the internal reply.

Example
nc, _ := nats.Connect(nats.DefaultURL)
defer nc.Close()

msg := &nats.Msg{Subject: "foo", Reply: "bar", Data: []byte("Hello World!")}
for i := 0; i < 1000; i++ {
	nc.PublishMsg(msg)
}
err := nc.Flush()
if err == nil {
	// Everything has been processed by the server for nc *Conn.
}
Output:

func (*Conn) FlushTimeout

func (nc *Conn) FlushTimeout(timeout time.Duration) (err error)

FlushTimeout allows a Flush operation to have an associated timeout.

Example
nc, _ := nats.Connect(nats.DefaultURL)
defer nc.Close()

msg := &nats.Msg{Subject: "foo", Reply: "bar", Data: []byte("Hello World!")}
for i := 0; i < 1000; i++ {
	nc.PublishMsg(msg)
}
// Only wait for up to 1 second for Flush
err := nc.FlushTimeout(1 * time.Second)
if err == nil {
	// Everything has been processed by the server for nc *Conn.
}
Output:

func (*Conn) FlushWithContext added in v1.7.2

func (nc *Conn) FlushWithContext(ctx context.Context) error

FlushWithContext will allow a context to control the duration of a Flush() call. This context should be non-nil and should have a deadline set. We will return an error if none is present.

func (*Conn) GetClientID added in v1.7.0

func (nc *Conn) GetClientID() (uint64, error)

GetClientID returns the client ID assigned by the server to which the client is currently connected to. Note that the value may change if the client reconnects. This function returns ErrNoClientIDReturned if the server is of a version prior to 1.2.0.

func (*Conn) IsClosed

func (nc *Conn) IsClosed() bool

IsClosed tests if a Conn has been closed.

func (*Conn) IsConnected added in v1.2.2

func (nc *Conn) IsConnected() bool

IsConnected tests if a Conn is connected.

func (*Conn) IsDraining added in v1.6.0

func (nc *Conn) IsDraining() bool

IsDraining tests if a Conn is in the draining state.

func (*Conn) IsReconnecting

func (nc *Conn) IsReconnecting() bool

IsReconnecting tests if a Conn is reconnecting.

func (*Conn) LastError

func (nc *Conn) LastError() error

LastError reports the last error encountered via the connection. It can be used reliably within ClosedCB in order to find out reason why connection was closed for example.

func (*Conn) MaxPayload added in v1.1.2

func (nc *Conn) MaxPayload() int64

MaxPayload returns the size limit that a message payload can have. This is set by the server configuration and delivered to the client upon connect.

func (*Conn) NewRespInbox added in v1.7.0

func (nc *Conn) NewRespInbox() string

NewRespInbox is the new format used for _INBOX.

func (*Conn) NumSubscriptions added in v1.6.0

func (nc *Conn) NumSubscriptions() int

NumSubscriptions returns active number of subscriptions.

func (*Conn) Publish

func (nc *Conn) Publish(subj string, data []byte) error

Publish publishes the data argument to the given subject. The data argument is left untouched and needs to be correctly interpreted on the receiver.

Example
nc, _ := nats.Connect(nats.DefaultURL)
defer nc.Close()

nc.Publish("foo", []byte("Hello World!"))
Output:

func (*Conn) PublishMsg

func (nc *Conn) PublishMsg(m *Msg) error

PublishMsg publishes the Msg structure, which includes the Subject, an optional Reply and an optional Data field.

Example
nc, _ := nats.Connect(nats.DefaultURL)
defer nc.Close()

msg := &nats.Msg{Subject: "foo", Reply: "bar", Data: []byte("Hello World!")}
nc.PublishMsg(msg)
Output:

func (*Conn) PublishRequest

func (nc *Conn) PublishRequest(subj, reply string, data []byte) error

PublishRequest will perform a Publish() excpecting a response on the reply subject. Use Request() for automatically waiting for a response inline.

func (*Conn) QueueSubscribe

func (nc *Conn) QueueSubscribe(subj, queue string, cb MsgHandler) (*Subscription, error)

QueueSubscribe creates an asynchronous queue subscriber on the given subject. All subscribers with the same queue name will form the queue group and only one member of the group will be selected to receive any given message asynchronously.

Example
nc, _ := nats.Connect(nats.DefaultURL)
defer nc.Close()

received := 0

nc.QueueSubscribe("foo", "worker_group", func(_ *nats.Msg) {
	received++
})
Output:

func (*Conn) QueueSubscribeSync

func (nc *Conn) QueueSubscribeSync(subj, queue string) (*Subscription, error)

QueueSubscribeSync creates a synchronous queue subscriber on the given subject. All subscribers with the same queue name will form the queue group and only one member of the group will be selected to receive any given message synchronously using Subscription.NextMsg().

func (*Conn) QueueSubscribeSyncWithChan added in v1.2.0

func (nc *Conn) QueueSubscribeSyncWithChan(subj, queue string, ch chan *Msg) (*Subscription, error)

QueueSubscribeSyncWithChan will express interest in the given subject. All subscribers with the same queue name will form the queue group and only one member of the group will be selected to receive any given message, which will be placed on the channel. You should not close the channel until sub.Unsubscribe() has been called. Note: This is the same than ChanQueueSubscribe.

func (*Conn) Request

func (nc *Conn) Request(subj string, data []byte, timeout time.Duration) (*Msg, error)

Request will send a request payload and deliver the response message, or an error, including a timeout if no message was received properly.

Example
nc, _ := nats.Connect(nats.DefaultURL)
defer nc.Close()

nc.Subscribe("foo", func(m *nats.Msg) {
	nc.Publish(m.Reply, []byte("I will help you"))
})
nc.Request("foo", []byte("help"), 50*time.Millisecond)
Output:

func (*Conn) RequestWithContext added in v1.3.0

func (nc *Conn) RequestWithContext(ctx context.Context, subj string, data []byte) (*Msg, error)

RequestWithContext takes a context, a subject and payload in bytes and request expecting a single response.

func (*Conn) Servers added in v1.2.2

func (nc *Conn) Servers() []string

Servers returns the list of known server urls, including additional servers discovered after a connection has been established. If authentication is enabled, use UserInfo or Token when connecting with these urls.

func (*Conn) SetClosedHandler added in v1.2.0

func (nc *Conn) SetClosedHandler(cb ConnHandler)

SetClosedHandler will set the reconnect event handler.

func (*Conn) SetDisconnectHandler added in v1.2.0

func (nc *Conn) SetDisconnectHandler(dcb ConnHandler)

SetDisconnectHandler will set the disconnect event handler.

func (*Conn) SetDiscoveredServersHandler added in v1.3.0

func (nc *Conn) SetDiscoveredServersHandler(dscb ConnHandler)

SetDiscoveredServersHandler will set the discovered servers handler.

func (*Conn) SetErrorHandler added in v1.2.0

func (nc *Conn) SetErrorHandler(cb ErrHandler)

SetErrorHandler will set the async error handler.

func (*Conn) SetReconnectHandler added in v1.2.0

func (nc *Conn) SetReconnectHandler(rcb ConnHandler)

SetReconnectHandler will set the reconnect event handler.

func (*Conn) Stats

func (nc *Conn) Stats() Statistics

Stats will return a race safe copy of the Statistics section for the connection.

func (*Conn) Status

func (nc *Conn) Status() Status

Status returns the current state of the connection.

func (*Conn) Subscribe

func (nc *Conn) Subscribe(subj string, cb MsgHandler) (*Subscription, error)

Subscribe will express interest in the given subject. The subject can have wildcards (partial:*, full:>). Messages will be delivered to the associated MsgHandler.

Example

This Example shows an asynchronous subscriber.

nc, _ := nats.Connect(nats.DefaultURL)
defer nc.Close()

nc.Subscribe("foo", func(m *nats.Msg) {
	fmt.Printf("Received a message: %s\n", string(m.Data))
})
Output:

func (*Conn) SubscribeSync

func (nc *Conn) SubscribeSync(subj string) (*Subscription, error)

SubscribeSync will express interest on the given subject. Messages will be received synchronously using Subscription.NextMsg().

Example

This Example shows a synchronous subscriber.

nc, _ := nats.Connect(nats.DefaultURL)
defer nc.Close()

sub, _ := nc.SubscribeSync("foo")
m, err := sub.NextMsg(1 * time.Second)
if err == nil {
	fmt.Printf("Received a message: %s\n", string(m.Data))
} else {
	fmt.Println("NextMsg timed out.")
}
Output:

func (*Conn) TLSRequired added in v1.2.0

func (nc *Conn) TLSRequired() bool

TLSRequired will return if the connected server requires TLS connections.

type ConnHandler

type ConnHandler func(*Conn)

ConnHandler is used for asynchronous events such as disconnected and closed connections.

type CustomDialer added in v1.4.0

type CustomDialer interface {
	Dial(network, address string) (net.Conn, error)
}

CustomDialer can be used to specify any dialer, not necessarily a *net.Dialer.

type EncodedConn

type EncodedConn struct {
	Conn *Conn
	Enc  Encoder
}

EncodedConn are the preferred way to interface with NATS. They wrap a bare connection to a nats server and have an extendable encoder system that will encode and decode messages from raw Go types.

func NewEncodedConn

func NewEncodedConn(c *Conn, encType string) (*EncodedConn, error)

NewEncodedConn will wrap an existing Connection and utilize the appropriate registered encoder.

Example

Shows how to wrap a Conn into an EncodedConn

nc, _ := nats.Connect(nats.DefaultURL)
c, _ := nats.NewEncodedConn(nc, "json")
c.Close()
Output:

func (*EncodedConn) BindRecvChan

func (c *EncodedConn) BindRecvChan(subject string, channel interface{}) (*Subscription, error)

BindRecvChan binds a channel for receive operations from NATS.

Example

BindRecvChan() allows binding of a Go channel to a nats subject for subscribe operations. The Encoder attached to the EncodedConn will be used for un-marshaling.

nc, _ := nats.Connect(nats.DefaultURL)
c, _ := nats.NewEncodedConn(nc, "json")
defer c.Close()

type person struct {
	Name    string
	Address string
	Age     int
}

ch := make(chan *person)
c.BindRecvChan("hello", ch)

me := &person{Name: "derek", Age: 22, Address: "85 Second St"}
c.Publish("hello", me)

// Receive the publish directly on a channel
who := <-ch

fmt.Printf("%v says hello!\n", who)
Output:

func (*EncodedConn) BindRecvQueueChan

func (c *EncodedConn) BindRecvQueueChan(subject, queue string, channel interface{}) (*Subscription, error)

BindRecvQueueChan binds a channel for queue-based receive operations from NATS.

func (*EncodedConn) BindSendChan

func (c *EncodedConn) BindSendChan(subject string, channel interface{}) error

BindSendChan binds a channel for send operations to NATS.

Example

BindSendChan() allows binding of a Go channel to a nats subject for publish operations. The Encoder attached to the EncodedConn will be used for marshaling.

nc, _ := nats.Connect(nats.DefaultURL)
c, _ := nats.NewEncodedConn(nc, "json")
defer c.Close()

type person struct {
	Name    string
	Address string
	Age     int
}

ch := make(chan *person)
c.BindSendChan("hello", ch)

me := &person{Name: "derek", Age: 22, Address: "85 Second St"}
ch <- me
Output:

func (*EncodedConn) Close

func (c *EncodedConn) Close()

Close will close the connection to the server. This call will release all blocking calls, such as Flush(), etc.

func (*EncodedConn) Drain added in v1.6.0

func (c *EncodedConn) Drain() error

Drain will put a connection into a drain state. All subscriptions will immediately be put into a drain state. Upon completion, the publishers will be drained and can not publish any additional messages. Upon draining of the publishers, the connection will be closed. Use the ClosedCB() option to know when the connection has moved from draining to closed.

func (*EncodedConn) Flush

func (c *EncodedConn) Flush() error

Flush will perform a round trip to the server and return when it receives the internal reply.

func (*EncodedConn) FlushTimeout

func (c *EncodedConn) FlushTimeout(timeout time.Duration) (err error)

FlushTimeout allows a Flush operation to have an associated timeout.

func (*EncodedConn) LastError

func (c *EncodedConn) LastError() error

LastError reports the last error encountered via the Connection.

func (*EncodedConn) Publish

func (c *EncodedConn) Publish(subject string, v interface{}) error

Publish publishes the data argument to the given subject. The data argument will be encoded using the associated encoder.

Example

EncodedConn can publish virtually anything just by passing it in. The encoder will be used to properly encode the raw Go type

nc, _ := nats.Connect(nats.DefaultURL)
c, _ := nats.NewEncodedConn(nc, "json")
defer c.Close()

type person struct {
	Name    string
	Address string
	Age     int
}

me := &person{Name: "derek", Age: 22, Address: "85 Second St"}
c.Publish("hello", me)
Output:

func (*EncodedConn) PublishRequest

func (c *EncodedConn) PublishRequest(subject, reply string, v interface{}) error

PublishRequest will perform a Publish() expecting a response on the reply subject. Use Request() for automatically waiting for a response inline.

func (*EncodedConn) QueueSubscribe

func (c *EncodedConn) QueueSubscribe(subject, queue string, cb Handler) (*Subscription, error)

QueueSubscribe will create a queue subscription on the given subject and process incoming messages using the specified Handler. The Handler should be a func that matches a signature from the description of Handler from above.

func (*EncodedConn) Request

func (c *EncodedConn) Request(subject string, v interface{}, vPtr interface{}, timeout time.Duration) error

Request will create an Inbox and perform a Request() call with the Inbox reply for the data v. A response will be decoded into the vPtrResponse.

func (*EncodedConn) RequestWithContext added in v1.3.0

func (c *EncodedConn) RequestWithContext(ctx context.Context, subject string, v interface{}, vPtr interface{}) error

RequestWithContext will create an Inbox and perform a Request using the provided cancellation context with the Inbox reply for the data v. A response will be decoded into the vPtrResponse.

func (*EncodedConn) Subscribe

func (c *EncodedConn) Subscribe(subject string, cb Handler) (*Subscription, error)

Subscribe will create a subscription on the given subject and process incoming messages using the specified Handler. The Handler should be a func that matches a signature from the description of Handler from above.

Example

EncodedConn's subscribers will automatically decode the wire data into the requested Go type using the Decode() method of the registered Encoder. The callback signature can also vary to include additional data, such as subject and reply subjects.

nc, _ := nats.Connect(nats.DefaultURL)
c, _ := nats.NewEncodedConn(nc, "json")
defer c.Close()

type person struct {
	Name    string
	Address string
	Age     int
}

c.Subscribe("hello", func(p *person) {
	fmt.Printf("Received a person! %+v\n", p)
})

c.Subscribe("hello", func(subj, reply string, p *person) {
	fmt.Printf("Received a person on subject %s! %+v\n", subj, p)
})

me := &person{Name: "derek", Age: 22, Address: "85 Second St"}
c.Publish("hello", me)
Output:

type Encoder

type Encoder interface {
	Encode(subject string, v interface{}) ([]byte, error)
	Decode(subject string, data []byte, vPtr interface{}) error
}

Encoder interface is for all register encoders

func EncoderForType

func EncoderForType(encType string) Encoder

EncoderForType will return the registered Encoder for the encType.

type ErrHandler

type ErrHandler func(*Conn, *Subscription, error)

ErrHandler is used to process asynchronous errors encountered while processing inbound messages.

type Handler

type Handler interface{}

Handler is a specific callback used for Subscribe. It is generalized to an interface{}, but we will discover its format and arguments at runtime and perform the correct callback, including de-marshaling JSON strings back into the appropriate struct based on the signature of the Handler.

Handlers are expected to have one of four signatures.

type person struct {
	Name string `json:"name,omitempty"`
	Age  uint   `json:"age,omitempty"`
}

handler := func(m *Msg)
handler := func(p *person)
handler := func(subject string, o *obj)
handler := func(subject, reply string, o *obj)

These forms allow a callback to request a raw Msg ptr, where the processing of the message from the wire is untouched. Process a JSON representation and demarshal it into the given struct, e.g. person. There are also variants where the callback wants either the subject, or the subject and the reply subject.

type Msg

type Msg struct {
	Subject string
	Reply   string
	Data    []byte
	Sub     *Subscription
	// contains filtered or unexported fields
}

Msg is a structure used by Subscribers and PublishMsg().

type MsgHandler

type MsgHandler func(msg *Msg)

MsgHandler is a callback function that processes messages delivered to asynchronous subscribers.

type Option added in v1.2.0

type Option func(*Options) error

Option is a function on the options for a connection.

func ClientCert added in v1.2.0

func ClientCert(certFile, keyFile string) Option

ClientCert is a helper option to provide the client certificate from a file. If Secure is not already set this will set it as well.

func ClosedHandler added in v1.2.0

func ClosedHandler(cb ConnHandler) Option

ClosedHandler is an Option to set the closed handler.

func Dialer added in v1.2.2

func Dialer(dialer *net.Dialer) Option

Dialer is an Option to set the dialer which will be used when attempting to establish a connection. DEPRECATED: Should use CustomDialer instead.

func DisconnectHandler added in v1.2.0

func DisconnectHandler(cb ConnHandler) Option

DisconnectHandler is an Option to set the disconnected handler.

func DiscoveredServersHandler added in v1.3.0

func DiscoveredServersHandler(cb ConnHandler) Option

DiscoveredServersHandler is an Option to set the new servers handler.

func DontRandomize added in v1.2.0

func DontRandomize() Option

DontRandomize is an Option to turn off randomizing the server pool.

func DrainTimeout added in v1.6.0

func DrainTimeout(t time.Duration) Option

DrainTimeout is an Option to set the timeout for draining a connection.

func ErrorHandler added in v1.2.0

func ErrorHandler(cb ErrHandler) Option

ErrorHandler is an Option to set the async error handler.

func FlusherTimeout added in v1.7.0

func FlusherTimeout(t time.Duration) Option

FlusherTimeout is an Option to set the write (and flush) timeout on a connection.

func MaxPingsOutstanding added in v1.7.2

func MaxPingsOutstanding(max int) Option

MaxPingsOutstanding is an Option to set the maximum number of ping requests that can go un-answered by the server before closing the connection.

func MaxReconnects added in v1.2.0

func MaxReconnects(max int) Option

MaxReconnects is an Option to set the maximum number of reconnect attempts.

func Name added in v1.2.0

func Name(name string) Option

Name is an Option to set the client name.

func Nkey added in v1.7.0

func Nkey(pubKey string, sigCB SignatureHandler) Option

Nkey will set the public Nkey and the signature callback to sign the server nonce.

func NkeyOptionFromSeed added in v1.7.0

func NkeyOptionFromSeed(seedFile string) (Option, error)

NkeyOptionFromSeed will load an nkey pair from a seed file. It will return the NKey Option and will handle signing of nonce challenges from the server. It will take care to not hold keys in memory and to wipe memory.

func NoEcho added in v1.6.0

func NoEcho() Option

NoEcho is an Option to turn off messages echoing back from a server. Note this is supported on servers >= version 1.2. Proto 1 or greater.

func NoReconnect added in v1.2.0

func NoReconnect() Option

NoReconnect is an Option to turn off reconnect behavior.

func PingInterval added in v1.6.0

func PingInterval(t time.Duration) Option

PingInterval is an Option to set the period for client ping commands.

func ReconnectBufSize added in v1.5.0

func ReconnectBufSize(size int) Option

ReconnectBufSize sets the buffer size of messages kept while busy reconnecting.

func ReconnectHandler added in v1.2.0

func ReconnectHandler(cb ConnHandler) Option

ReconnectHandler is an Option to set the reconnected handler.

func ReconnectWait added in v1.2.0

func ReconnectWait(t time.Duration) Option

ReconnectWait is an Option to set the wait time between reconnect attempts.

func RootCAs added in v1.2.0

func RootCAs(file ...string) Option

RootCAs is a helper option to provide the RootCAs pool from a list of filenames. If Secure is not already set this will set it as well.

func Secure added in v1.2.0

func Secure(tls ...*tls.Config) Option

Secure is an Option to enable TLS secure connections that skip server verification by default. Pass a TLS Configuration for proper TLS. NOTE: This should NOT be used in a production setting.

func SetCustomDialer added in v1.4.0

func SetCustomDialer(dialer CustomDialer) Option

SetCustomDialer is an Option to set a custom dialer which will be used when attempting to establish a connection. If both Dialer and CustomDialer are specified, CustomDialer takes precedence.

func SyncQueueLen added in v1.7.2

func SyncQueueLen(max int) Option

SyncQueueLen will set the maximum queue len for the internal channel used for SubscribeSync().

func Timeout added in v1.2.0

func Timeout(t time.Duration) Option

Timeout is an Option to set the timeout for Dial on a connection.

func Token added in v1.2.2

func Token(token string) Option

Token is an Option to set the token to use when a token is not included directly in the URLs and when a token handler is not provided.

func TokenHandler added in v1.7.0

func TokenHandler(cb AuthTokenHandler) Option

TokenHandler is an Option to set the token handler to use when a token is not included directly in the URLs and when a token is not set.

func UseOldRequestStyle added in v1.3.0

func UseOldRequestStyle() Option

UseOldRequestStyle is an Option to force usage of the old Request style.

func UserCredentials added in v1.7.0

func UserCredentials(userOrChainedFile string, seedFiles ...string) Option

UserCredentials is a convenience function that takes a filename for a user's JWT and a filename for the user's private Nkey seed.

func UserInfo added in v1.2.2

func UserInfo(user, password string) Option

UserInfo is an Option to set the username and password to use when not included directly in the URLs.

func UserJWT added in v1.7.0

func UserJWT(userCB UserJWTHandler, sigCB SignatureHandler) Option

UserJWT will set the callbacks to retrieve the user's JWT and the signature callback to sign the server nonce. This an the Nkey option are mutually exclusive.

type Options

type Options struct {

	// Url represents a single NATS server url to which the client
	// will be connecting. If the Servers option is also set, it
	// then becomes the first server in the Servers array.
	Url string

	// Servers is a configured set of servers which this client
	// will use when attempting to connect.
	Servers []string

	// NoRandomize configures whether we will randomize the
	// server pool.
	NoRandomize bool

	// NoEcho configures whether the server will echo back messages
	// that are sent on this connection if we also have matching subscriptions.
	// Note this is supported on servers >= version 1.2. Proto 1 or greater.
	NoEcho bool

	// Name is an optional name label which will be sent to the server
	// on CONNECT to identify the client.
	Name string

	// Verbose signals the server to send an OK ack for commands
	// successfully processed by the server.
	Verbose bool

	// Pedantic signals the server whether it should be doing further
	// validation of subjects.
	Pedantic bool

	// Secure enables TLS secure connections that skip server
	// verification by default. NOT RECOMMENDED.
	Secure bool

	// TLSConfig is a custom TLS configuration to use for secure
	// transports.
	TLSConfig *tls.Config

	// AllowReconnect enables reconnection logic to be used when we
	// encounter a disconnect from the current server.
	AllowReconnect bool

	// MaxReconnect sets the number of reconnect attempts that will be
	// tried before giving up. If negative, then it will never give up
	// trying to reconnect.
	MaxReconnect int

	// ReconnectWait sets the time to backoff after attempting a reconnect
	// to a server that we were already connected to previously.
	ReconnectWait time.Duration

	// Timeout sets the timeout for a Dial operation on a connection.
	Timeout time.Duration

	// DrainTimeout sets the timeout for a Drain Operation to complete.
	DrainTimeout time.Duration

	// FlusherTimeout is the maximum time to wait for write operations
	// to the underlying connection to complete (including the flusher loop).
	FlusherTimeout time.Duration

	// PingInterval is the period at which the client will be sending ping
	// commands to the server, disabled if 0 or negative.
	PingInterval time.Duration

	// MaxPingsOut is the maximum number of pending ping commands that can
	// be awaiting a response before raising an ErrStaleConnection error.
	MaxPingsOut int

	// ClosedCB sets the closed handler that is called when a client will
	// no longer be connected.
	ClosedCB ConnHandler

	// DisconnectedCB sets the disconnected handler that is called
	// whenever the connection is disconnected.
	DisconnectedCB ConnHandler

	// ReconnectedCB sets the reconnected handler called whenever
	// the connection is successfully reconnected.
	ReconnectedCB ConnHandler

	// DiscoveredServersCB sets the callback that is invoked whenever a new
	// server has joined the cluster.
	DiscoveredServersCB ConnHandler

	// AsyncErrorCB sets the async error handler (e.g. slow consumer errors)
	AsyncErrorCB ErrHandler

	// ReconnectBufSize is the size of the backing bufio during reconnect.
	// Once this has been exhausted publish operations will return an error.
	ReconnectBufSize int

	// SubChanLen is the size of the buffered channel used between the socket
	// Go routine and the message delivery for SyncSubscriptions.
	// NOTE: This does not affect AsyncSubscriptions which are
	// dictated by PendingLimits()
	SubChanLen int

	// UserJWT sets the callback handler that will fetch a user's JWT.
	UserJWT UserJWTHandler

	// Nkey sets the public nkey that will be used to authenticate
	// when connecting to the server. UserJWT and Nkey are mutually exclusive
	// and if defined, UserJWT will take precedence.
	Nkey string

	// SignatureCB designates the function used to sign the nonce
	// presented from the server.
	SignatureCB SignatureHandler

	// User sets the username to be used when connecting to the server.
	User string

	// Password sets the password to be used when connecting to a server.
	Password string

	// Token sets the token to be used when connecting to a server.
	Token string

	// TokenHandler designates the function used to generate the token to be used when connecting to a server.
	TokenHandler AuthTokenHandler

	// Dialer allows a custom net.Dialer when forming connections.
	// DEPRECATED: should use CustomDialer instead.
	Dialer *net.Dialer

	// CustomDialer allows to specify a custom dialer (not necessarily
	// a *net.Dialer).
	CustomDialer CustomDialer

	// UseOldRequestStyle forces the old method of Requests that utilize
	// a new Inbox and a new Subscription for each request.
	UseOldRequestStyle bool
}

Options can be used to create a customized connection.

func GetDefaultOptions added in v1.3.0

func GetDefaultOptions() Options

GetDefaultOptions returns default configuration options for the client.

func (Options) Connect

func (o Options) Connect() (*Conn, error)

Connect will attempt to connect to a NATS server with multiple options.

type SignatureHandler added in v1.7.0

type SignatureHandler func([]byte) ([]byte, error)

SignatureHandler is used to sign a nonce from the server while authenticating with nkeys. The user should sign the nonce and return the base64 encoded signature.

type Statistics

type Statistics struct {
	InMsgs     uint64
	OutMsgs    uint64
	InBytes    uint64
	OutBytes   uint64
	Reconnects uint64
}

Tracks various stats received and sent on this connection, including counts for messages and bytes.

type Status

type Status int

Status represents the state of the connection.

type Subscription

type Subscription struct {

	// Subject that represents this subscription. This can be different
	// than the received subject inside a Msg if this is a wildcard.
	Subject string

	// Optional queue group name. If present, all subscriptions with the
	// same name will form a distributed queue, and each message will
	// only be processed by one member of the group.
	Queue string
	// contains filtered or unexported fields
}

A Subscription represents interest in a given subject.

func (*Subscription) AutoUnsubscribe

func (s *Subscription) AutoUnsubscribe(max int) error

AutoUnsubscribe will issue an automatic Unsubscribe that is processed by the server when max messages have been received. This can be useful when sending a request to an unknown number of subscribers.

Example
nc, _ := nats.Connect(nats.DefaultURL)
defer nc.Close()

received, wanted, total := 0, 10, 100

sub, _ := nc.Subscribe("foo", func(_ *nats.Msg) {
	received++
})
sub.AutoUnsubscribe(wanted)

for i := 0; i < total; i++ {
	nc.Publish("foo", []byte("Hello"))
}
nc.Flush()

fmt.Printf("Received = %d", received)
Output:

func (*Subscription) ClearMaxPending added in v1.2.0

func (s *Subscription) ClearMaxPending() error

ClearMaxPending resets the maximums seen so far.

func (*Subscription) Delivered added in v1.2.0

func (s *Subscription) Delivered() (int64, error)

Delivered returns the number of delivered messages for this subscription.

func (*Subscription) Drain added in v1.6.0

func (s *Subscription) Drain() error

Drain will remove interest but continue callbacks until all messages have been processed.

func (*Subscription) Dropped added in v1.2.0

func (s *Subscription) Dropped() (int, error)

Dropped returns the number of known dropped messages for this subscription. This will correspond to messages dropped by violations of PendingLimits. If the server declares the connection a SlowConsumer, this number may not be valid.

func (*Subscription) IsValid

func (s *Subscription) IsValid() bool

IsValid returns a boolean indicating whether the subscription is still active. This will return false if the subscription has already been closed.

func (*Subscription) MaxPending added in v1.2.0

func (s *Subscription) MaxPending() (int, int, error)

MaxPending returns the maximum number of queued messages and queued bytes seen so far.

func (*Subscription) NextMsg

func (s *Subscription) NextMsg(timeout time.Duration) (*Msg, error)

NextMsg will return the next message available to a synchronous subscriber or block until one is available. A timeout can be used to return when no message has been delivered.

Example
nc, _ := nats.Connect(nats.DefaultURL)
defer nc.Close()

sub, _ := nc.SubscribeSync("foo")
m, err := sub.NextMsg(1 * time.Second)
if err == nil {
	fmt.Printf("Received a message: %s\n", string(m.Data))
} else {
	fmt.Println("NextMsg timed out.")
}
Output:

func (*Subscription) NextMsgWithContext added in v1.3.0

func (s *Subscription) NextMsgWithContext(ctx context.Context) (*Msg, error)

NextMsgWithContext takes a context and returns the next message available to a synchronous subscriber, blocking until it is delivered or context gets canceled.

func (*Subscription) Pending added in v1.2.0

func (s *Subscription) Pending() (int, int, error)

Pending returns the number of queued messages and queued bytes in the client for this subscription.

func (*Subscription) PendingLimits added in v1.2.0

func (s *Subscription) PendingLimits() (int, int, error)

PendingLimits returns the current limits for this subscription. If no error is returned, a negative value indicates that the given metric is not limited.

func (*Subscription) QueuedMsgs added in v1.1.2

func (s *Subscription) QueuedMsgs() (int, error)

Queued returns the number of queued messages in the client for this subscription. DEPRECATED: Use Pending()

func (*Subscription) SetPendingLimits added in v1.2.0

func (s *Subscription) SetPendingLimits(msgLimit, bytesLimit int) error

SetPendingLimits sets the limits for pending msgs and bytes for this subscription. Zero is not allowed. Any negative value means that the given metric is not limited.

func (*Subscription) Type added in v1.2.0

func (s *Subscription) Type() SubscriptionType

Type returns the type of Subscription.

func (*Subscription) Unsubscribe

func (s *Subscription) Unsubscribe() error

Unsubscribe will remove interest in the given subject.

Example
nc, _ := nats.Connect(nats.DefaultURL)
defer nc.Close()

sub, _ := nc.SubscribeSync("foo")
// ...
sub.Unsubscribe()
Output:

type SubscriptionType added in v1.2.0

type SubscriptionType int

SubscriptionType is the type of the Subscription.

type UserJWTHandler added in v1.7.0

type UserJWTHandler func() (string, error)

UserJWTHandler is used to fetch and return the account signed JWT for this user.

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