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    Gerard Cafaro

    Based on RabbitMQ's website, their library would need to be imported and configured within a Java application for the application to read from it. This isn't setup in Assure, so it wouldn't be possible via that avenue. 

    If RabbitMQ has REST API capability, then you could connect to it via Assure's REST API layout or DQ+'s REST API node. I found a few references of RabbitMQ having REST API online, although not any solid documentation on the REST API itself.

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    JL Macatula

    Does Data 360 DQ+ have the same behavior?   Cannot read RabbitMQ's directly unless it comes in as REST API  

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    Gerard Cafaro

    Correct - same behavior for DQ+ too.

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