I have tried using EMA Consumer example with sink_driven_src to get the feed.
I am now trying to run the Websocket based Consumer, please can anyone help me how it can be tested against any test server which will provide the feeds like sink_driven_src.
Another option is using TREP 3.2. You can run TREP 3.2 which supports WebSocket to connect to sink_driven_src and then run the Websocket based Consumer to connect to TREP 3.2.
For example, you can use ADS POP and configure it to connect to sink_driven_src and enable WebSocket connection on ADS POP.
With this method, you can consume data from sink_driven_src via WebSocket connection.
However, you need to contact your Thomson Reuters Account for a license to run ADS POP.
Now Thomson Reuters provides Real-Time Data in the Cloud. As far as I know it supports Websocket so it may serve your requirement. For more detail and process to access it, please refer to Thomson Reuters Elektron Data Platform Real-Time Data in the Cloud
If the suggestion above does not serve your requirement, please contact your Thomson Reuters Account team who can provide you with other solutions.
Thomson Reuters Elektron Data Platform Real-Time Data in the Cloud provides Thomson Reuters Amazon Machine Image (AMI). The AMI contains Websocket application. After you launch and connect to an Amazon AWS EC2 based on this AMI, you can use Websocket application on EC2 to consume data from the feed without using rmdstestclient. For the steps and details, please refer to Quick Start - Connecting to Elektron Real Time in Cloud
Real-Time Data in the Cloud supports Amazon EC2 instance customers only currently.
If Real-Time Data in the Cloud which I explained above does not meet your requirements, you should contact Thomson Reuters Account team/Representative who can help you to find the proper solution.