Welcome to the Zaqar-client developer documentation!¶
Zaqar is a multi-tenant cloud messaging and notification service for web and mobile developers.
The service features a ReST API, which developers can use to send messages between various components of their SaaS and mobile applications, by using a variety of communication patterns. Underlying this API is an efficient messaging engine designed with scalability and security in mind.
Other OpenStack components can integrate with Zaqar to surface events to end users and to communicate with guest agents that run in the “over-cloud” layer.
This documentation is generated by the Sphinx toolkit and lives in the Zaqar project source tree. Additional draft and project documentation regarding Zaqar and other components of OpenStack can be found on the OpenStack Wiki, as well as in the user guides found on docs.openstack.org.
New Release Note¶
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1934a98 Updated from global requirements
863371b Allow for authentication in functional tests
b35689d Don’t pass options to pool creation
8104ff4 Don’t reuse request and transport instances
bf841b5 Pass group in pool’s functional tests
2490ed4 Send claims limit as a query param
baf6fa7 v1.1 and v2 claims return document not list
0d80728 Make sure the API version is passed down
407925c Make v1.1 the default CLI version
895aad2 Updated from global requirements
8a81c44 Updated from global requirements
705ee75 Implement CLI support for flavor
32a847e Implements CLI for pool
964443d Raises an error if the queue name is empty
e9a8d01 Added support to pools and flavors
f46979b Removed deprecated ‘shard’ methods
1a85f83 Update README to work with release tools
Fix handling of 1.1 API
Gets ‘flavor’ data if the resource exists
Gets ‘pool’ data if the resource exists
Handling exception on 504 Error
Added i18n support
Makes health return True or False
Add reference docs for latest recommended client
Add docs for Client instances
Add a read-only property for Queues