basic_get API is not provided with a callback function to handle messages (as opposed to
basic_consume), there isn't a scope in which the message context can be applied.
Therefore, applying the context has to be done manually using Helios'
import pika from helios import RabbitMqMessageContext channel = pika.BlockingConnection().channel() channel.queue_declare('your_queue') method, headers, payload = channel.basic_get('your_queue') with RabbitMqMessageContext(method, headers, payload): # Handle your message here.
Notice that the
with statement should receive the
headers and the
payload returned by
basic_get in order for Helios to apply the context and collect the payload.
A simple flow that includes a producer service using
basic_publish and a consumer service using
basic_get will look in Helios' trace visualization like this:
Updated 28 days ago