Demi, I am under the impression that you're trying to program in a
programming language that you're not familiar with, I would suggest that you
first develop some basic skills about your programming environment, and then
exploit them to build the system you need. This is a very general
programming question which I don't think has a lot to do with RabbitMQ. To
begin with, if you're working with the .NET framework, I would suggest you
to use an IDE like Visual Studio, MonoDevelop or SharpDevelop.
On Jul 12, 2011 9:22 PM, "Demi Zike" wrote:

I encapsulated the send and receive codes into a class I created in
different apps(.cs files). I created a constructor for each class at these
two apps and put the declaration for factory, connection, and channel in
this constructor so that the object that will be created out of classes from
app1 and app2 will exploit the connection when declaring queues,
etc in the respective publish and subscribe methods. However, when I try to
use factory, connection and channel in the subscribe and publish methods, I
got an error saying it doesn't know those attributes. How can you make
connection, hostname etc public to the class so that methods in the class
exploit this declaration?

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