The accepted outcome.
A sequence section contains an arbitrary number of structured data elements.
An AMQP Value section contains a single value.
An AMQP Value section contains a single strongly typed value.
The class defines the application properties section of an AMQP messages.
The Attach class defines an attach frame to attach a Link Endpoint to the Session.
The Begin class contains parameters to begin a session in a connection.
The Close class contains parameters to signal a connection close.
A data section contains opaque binary data.
The delivery-annotations section is used for delivery-specific non-standard properties at the head of the message.
The Messaging layer defines a concrete set of delivery states which can be used to indicate the state of the message at the receiver.
The Detach class contains parameters to detach the link endpoint from the session.
The Dispose class defines a disposition frame to inform remote peer of delivery state changes.
The End class defines an end frame that indicates that the session has ended.
Defines the details of an error.
The Flow class defines a flow frame that updates the flow state for the specified link.
The Footer class represents the footer section of a message.
The header section carries standard delivery details about the transfer of a Message through the AMQP network.
The message-annotations section is used for properties of the message which are aimed at the infrastructure and should be propagated across every delivery step.
The Modified class defines the modified outcome.
The Open class defines the connection negotiation parameters.
Outcome is a terminal delivery-state of a delivery.
The Properties class defines the Immutable properties of the Message.
The rejected outcome is a terminal delivery state.
The released outcome is a terminal delivery state.
The source is comprised of an address coupled with properties that determine message transfer behavior.
The target is comprised of an address coupled with properties that determine message transfer behavior.
The Transfer class defines an transfer frame to send messages across a link.
Defines the settlement policy for a receiver.
Defines the settlement policy for a sender.