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Stomp::__destruct

stomp_close

(PECL stomp >= 0.1.0)

Stomp::__destruct -- stomp_closeCloses stomp connection

Description

Object oriented style (destructor):

public Stomp::__destruct ( void ) : bool

Procedural style:

stomp_close ( resource $link ) : bool

Closes a previously opened connection.

Parameters

link

Procedural style only: The stomp link identifier returned by stomp_connect().

Return Values

Returns TRUE on success or FALSE on failure.

Examples

See stomp_connect().

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vanja at removethis dizyart period com
11 months ago
Isn't it a little odd to have connect/disconnect in the constructor/destructor methods?
I have a case where the connection is presumably kept alive until the PHP process ends:

<?php
class MyStompWrapper {
    public function
doSend()
    {
       
$stomp = $this->connect(); // returns Stomp Object
       
$stomp->send('/destination', 'message', []);
       
$this->disconnect($stomp);
       
// $stomp still exists in this scope, hence, the connection is alive
   
}

    private function
disconnect(\Stomp $stompObj)
    {
       
// only unsets the local $stomp pointer, does not actually disconnect
       
unset($stomp);
    }

    private function
connect():\Stomp
   
{
       
// try-catch block omitted for example brevity
       
return new Stomp('url', 'username', 'password');
    }
}
?>

This means that, in order to handle disconnecting, I have to create and destroy the Stomp object within the same scope.
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