On Friday, April 15, 2011 at 11:45 AM, Simon MacMullen wrote:
On 15/04/11 15:44, Gavin M. Roy wrote:

No. Arguments that are not recognised are ignored. Great :)
For the record, unrecognised arguments do not count towards exchange
equivalence, so if you issue two otherwise identical queue.declares with

Of course, you may not care about this.
Good to note, shouldn't impact my use case.
What don't you like about it? :) It does wrap a bit much in the listings
I suppose.
Is good on the queue detail page... Adds a bit of vertical overhead on one of our brokers with lots of queues on the /mgmt/#/queues page. Was going to just hide it with some CSS.
Also, Is there a way to update arguments without deleting/redefining the
No, afraid not.
Figured but it couldn't hurt to ask. Is there a simple way to hack that in, modifying internal data, that other than being bad practice, would otherwise not cause an issue (since they're ignored by broker?). Not asking for a feature, just a point in the right direction if it's not a terrible way to go about things.


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