The template for the file used when adding a message bus to a project using the `add:message`, `add:bc`, or `new:domain` commands.
|Name||Yes||The name of the message. Note that it is highly recommended that messages in MassTransit are interfaces, so they should start with an uppercase ||None|
|Properties||No||The properties of your message.||None|
|Name||Yes||The name of the property||None|
|Type||Yes||The data type for the property. These are not case sensitive and they can be set to nullable with a trailing ||string|
When adding messages to an existing project, be sure to run the
add:buscommand if you don't already have a message bus in your project. This bus command should be completed before running an
In this example, we're adding a message bus, message, consumer, and producer to our project. Notice how the exchange and message names match between the producer and the consumer.
DomainName: WeSendReportsCompany BoundedContexts: - ProjectName: Reporting Producers: - EndpointRegistrationMethodName: SubmitReportRequest ExchangeName: report-requests MessageName: ISendReportRequest ExchangeType: fanout ProducerName: ReportWasRequested UsesDb: true Consumers: - EndpointRegistrationMethodName: AllReportsGetSentFromHereEndpoint ConsumerName: SenderOfAllReports ExchangeName: report-requests MessageName: ISendReportRequest QueueName: all-reports ExchangeType: fanout Messages: - Name: ISendReportRequest Properties: - Name: ReportId Type: guid - Name: Provider Type: string - Name: Target Type: string Bus: AddBus: true # additional new:domain properties here
If you've already created your Wrapt project and want to add one or more messages after the fact, you can use the
add:message command to pass through one or more messages to your project.
Make sure you have a message bus already in your project. If you don't have a bus, you add one with the
Messages: - Name: IProduct Properties: - Name: ProductId Type: guid - Name: ProductType Type: string