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Status Not under consideration
Created by Guest
Created on May 18, 2022

amqsevt output to file

amqsevt output can be redirected to a file over a pipe. This might lead to buffering issues where amqsevt is writing to a pipe and the reading part is waiting until the pipe is full. To avoid any issues amqsevt should write directly to a file. The name of the output file should be determinate by command line attribute.

Idea priority Medium
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    Mark Taylor
    Jun 14, 2022

    You can always redirect stdout straight to a file yourself, and then read from it in your own program. The amqsevt program also always calls fflush when writing JSON records. The I/O routines will usually take '\n' as the point to complete I/O as well. So we don't expect to make any changes to this sample.


    Of course, as it's a sample program with source supplied, you can always make additional changes to it yourself if you need it to fit with some other program's behaviour.