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Amazon SQS + moonclerk Integrations

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About Amazon SQS

Amazon SQS is a fully managed message queuing service. It offers reliable, highly scalable, reliable messaging and transaction processing that lets you decouple tasks or processes that must communicate.

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MoonClerk lets anyone accept recurring payments and one-time payments quickly and easily without any coding.

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    Triggers
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    Triggers when you add a new queue

  • New Payment

    Triggers when a payment has been made on MoonClerk.

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  • Create JSON Message

    Create a new JSON message using data from the source trigger

  • Create Message

    Create a new message.

  • Create Queue

    Create a new queue

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How Amazon SQS & moonclerk Integrations Work

  1. Step 1: Choose Amazon SQS as a trigger app and authenticate it on Appy Pie Connect.

    (30 seconds)

  2. Step 2: Select "Trigger" from the Triggers List.

    (10 seconds)

  3. Step 3: Pick moonclerk as an action app and authenticate.

    (30 seconds)

  4. Step 4: Select a resulting action from the Action List.

    (10 seconds)

  5. Step 5: Select the data you want to send from Amazon SQS to moonclerk.

    (2 minutes)

  6. Your Connect is ready! It's time to start enjoying the benefits of workflow automation.

Integration of Amazon SQS and moonclerk

Amazon Simple Queue Service (Amazon SQS. is a web service that provides a reliable, highly scalable hosted queue for storing messages as they travel between computers. It is also known as message queuing, asynchronous services, and background processing. Amazon SQS can be used to decouple the components of distributed applications and help provide scalable, fault-tperant systems. The queue stores messages sent by one component of an application and delivers them to another component for processing. Messages in the queue are retained until they are deleted or expired.

Moonclerk is an open source project which allows you to use your existing applications with Amazon SQS to build realtime, long ppling or push enabled applications without any additional code or changes to your existing application. Moonclerk is written in Java and will run on any Java Virtual Machine (JVM. Moonclerk uses the Amazon Simple Queue Service (Amazon SQS. for storage.

Integration of Amazon SQS and moonclerk

Moonclerk clients send messages to queues using one of two methods provided by Amazon SQS. One method uses the ‘SendMessage’ API call. The fplowing is an example of how to use this method in your application:

String messageBody = "Hello there!"; String queueURL = "http://moonclerk.appspot.com/queue/myQueue"; String key = "myKey"; // Send a message using the queue URL and the AWS access key ID of your Moonclerk service. Default HTTP headers are used unless // specified otherwise. // // Send a message to a named queue without a specific target MBean. // SendMessageResult result = sqsClient.sendMessage(queueURL + "/" + key, new byte[0], messageBody);

The second method uses ‘SendMessageBatch’ API call. This method allows you to send multiple messages to a single queue at once:

String batchArn = "arn:aws:sqs:region:xxxxxxx:moonclerk-batch-queue:xxxxxxxxxxx"; SendMessageBatchMessageRequest request = new SendMessageBatchMessageRequest(); request.setMessageBody(messageBody1); request.setMessagesToSend(messageBody2); request.setQueueUrl(queueURL); request.setQueueName("test"); request.setAWSAccessKeyId("xxx"); SendMessageBatchResult result = sqsClient.sendMessageBatch(batchArn, request);

An important note about sending messages is that if you try to send a batch of messages to a non-existent queue name, all but the last message is silently discarded and no error object is returned in the response. If you try to send more messages than can fit in a single HTTP request then only the last batch of messages will be successfully sent and the rest will be silently discarded and no error object will be returned in the response. So when you deploy your application you should make sure that your application does not exceed these limits. If you want to be notified when your application reaches these limits, set up event notifications with Amazon SQS .

Benefits of Integration of Amazon SQS and moonclerk

Using Amazon SQS has many benefits such as:

Simplifies building multi-user applications — Use Amazon SQS to decouple components of your application so that they can scale independently and handle increased loads with ease. You can also enable users with varying rpes and privileges to access and modify their data and share it across multiple channels and devices.

— Use Amazon SQS to decouple components of your application so that they can scale independently and handle increased loads with ease. You can also enable users with varying rpes and privileges to access and modify their data and share it across multiple channels and devices. Supports large numbers of concurrent connections — Because Moonclerk is written in Java it can easily take advantage of multi-threading and multi-processing which allows it to handle large numbers of concurrent connections via Amazon SQS without having to worry about scaling issues like other platforms would face.

— Because Moonclerk is written in Java it can easily take advantage of multi-threading and multi-processing which allows it to handle large numbers of concurrent connections via Amazon SQS without having to worry about scaling issues like other platforms would face. Receive immediate notification — Users don’t like waiting for updates or new information because they know how fast things change on the Internet today and they want the latest information as soon as it comes out so that they can respond quickly and effectively to changing conditions. With Amazon SQS you can enable your application to receive immediate notification via email, text, Twitter/Facebook/RSS feeds, etc…

— Users don’t like waiting for updates or new information because they know how fast things change on the Internet today and they want the latest information as soon as it comes out so that they can respond quickly and effectively to changing conditions. With Amazon SQS you can enable your application to receive immediate notification via email, text, Twitter/Facebook/RSS feeds, etc… Enables near real time data delivery — With Amazon SQS you can enable near real time data delivery by setting up delayed acknowledgment delivery mode on a queue. This way if a user’s connection is lost during a push notification then he/she will be able to see a delayed notification since your application will immediately acknowledge the receipt of the data from Amazon SQS which will notify him/her that his/her information was received successfully even if their connection was lost before they saw it displayed on their screen. In addition, if your application receives a message successfully from Amazon SQS but the user’s connection was lost before he/she could see it then your application will immediately acknowledge his/her receipt of the information from Amazon SQS which will notify him/her that his/her information was received successfully even if he/she never saw it displayed on his/her screen because he/she was not connected. Also, if a user’s connection is lost after receiving a push notification but before he/she views it then he/she can immediately view his/her notification since your application will immediately acknowledge his/her receipt of the information from Amazon SQS which will notify him/her that his/her information was received successfully even if he/she did not see it displayed on his/her screen because he/she was not connected.

— With Amazon SQS you can enable near real time data delivery by setting up delayed acknowledgment delivery mode on a queue. This way if a user’s connection is lost during a push notification then he/she will be able to see a delayed notification since your application will immediately acknowledge the receipt of the data from Amazon SQS which will notify him/her that his/her information was received successfully even if their connection was lost before they saw it displayed on their screen. In addition, if your application receives a message successfully from Amazon SQS but the user’s connection was lost before he/she could see it then your application will immediately acknowledge his/her receipt of the information from Amazon SQS which will notify him/her that his/her information was received successfully even if he/she never saw it displayed on his/her screen because he/she was not connected. Also, if a user’s connection is lost after receiving a push notification but before he/she views it then he/she can immediately view his/her notification since your application will immediately acknowledge his/her receipt of the information from Amazon SQS which will notify him/her that his/her information was received successfully even if he/she did not see it displayed on his/her screen because he/she was not connected. Can be accessed via Web browser or mobile device — Moonclerk is written in Java which means that it can be accessed via Web browser or mobile device without having to worry about cross platform development issues like other platforms would face which makes building cross platform applications that work on both PCs or mobile devices easier than ever before! Just input any URL into Moonclerk’s Settings page where your website’s root directory is located (for example http://moonclerk.appspot.com)and Moonclerk will automatically fetch all necessary files for you so that you can start using it right away without having to worry about setting up complex deployment procedures! This makes creating Rich Internet Application interfaces very easy!

— Moonclerk is written in Java which means that it can be accessed via Web browser or mobile device without having to worry about cross platform development issues like other platforms would face which makes building cross platform applications that work on both PCs or mobile devices easier than ever before! Just input

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Page reviewed by: Abhinav Girdhar  | Last Updated on July 01, 2022 5:55 am