I’m reading the reference guide and I’m kinda puzzled about something. So:
- a subscribing processor subscribe itself to a source of events and are invoked by the thread managed by the publishing mechanism;
- a tracking processor pull its messages from a source using a thread that it manages itself;
If I want to distribute my application, for events, I need to use an AMPQ queue like rabbitMQ.
There is note in the documents which says that tracking processors are not compatible with SpringAMQPMessageSource.
If I want to do event processing in an async way the reccomended way to process all events is the Tacking Event Processor.
So my question is: if I want to have a distributed event processing which is async, I need to use a Tracking Event Processor with an AMQP queue without using SpringAMQPMessageSource?
Or I can’t use AMQP with Tracking Event Processor?
I’m a little bit confused.
In any case, do you have any example of a distributed application with both distributed command and event handling?