[rabbitmq-discuss] FW: One Producer, Many Consumers, Many physical nodes
Bell, Paul M.
pbell at syncsort.com
Thu Jan 19 16:17:59 GMT 2012
Thanks for the reply.
I have finished working through a few of the tutorials you referenced. Either I missed something or haven't yet gotten to the right tutorial.
You've told me that it's possible to leave a message in a queue, i.e., that a message can persist in its queue even after it has been received by a consumer. Can you tell me how this is done?
Also, such an approach suggests the need to explicitly delete the message from the queue. Is there a way to do this?
>Looking through the tutorials will obviate many further questions.
>On this specifically,
>> When a consumer pulls a message from the queue, is there a way to
>> leave that message in queue? If so, can queue elements be updated
>> in-place, e.g., with "status" info about the state of the work that
>> the message (task) represents?
>No. You can leave it in the queue, but you can't change it. You'd have to post another message.
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