Yes, to change queues and exchange parameters/types you need to delete
them and redeclare them.



On Thu, Dec 19, 2013 at 1:20 AM, Sid Young wrote:

I have been exploring fanout exchanges for a few nights as part of a stock
graphing system I'm writing and in the process of recreating the exchange
numerous times via my c++ programs, it appears once created, you need to
delete it before redefining it as a different type.


On Wednesday, December 18, 2013 8:01:18 AM UTC+10, Roatin Marth wrote:

g'day folks,

just been rummaging through the rabbit mq tutorials and got myself stuck
in a slight rut.

i'm perusing the pub/sub example in python on windows.
i've declared an exchange, and having run the script, I can see it's been
created through the management console,
but I keep getting an exception as soon as I run either the producer or
the consumer app.

if I comment out the exchange_declare line, all is well.

the logger says I cannot redeclare an exchange with a different type.
in the management window I can see it is of type fanout. the code is
declaring it as fanout.
I was under the impression exchange_declare was idempotent. is this

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