Zak Dyer

Zak Dyer


Is it possible to enrich a message on an sqs queue

I have a message I am reading off an sqs queue. If the operation I am performing succeeds I delete the message from the queue.

But if the operation fails I was thinking of enriching the message on the queue to have some extra information about the failure.

Is enriching a message on the queue (between reading and deleting) possible using sqs?


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Lyly Sara


No. It is not possible to update/modify a message in the queue.

Each time a message is retrieved, it increments the ApproximateReceiveCount (the number of times a message has been received from the queue but not deleted), but otherwise the message cannot be modified.

Instead, you could store supplemental information in a database (eg DynamoDB) indexed by MessageId, and retrieve that information when processing a message.

Maryse  Reinger

Maryse Reinger


Getting Started With Amazon SQS in java | amazon SQS tutorial|Create SQS Message Producer

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Implement the queue data structure using Python

queue is a linear data structure that follows the First In First Out (FIFO) principle. That means the first element that is added to the queue is the first one to be removed. It has similarities to stack. Often queue and stack are studied together. But to keep things simple and short I decided to write two separate articles on them. Here is my article on how to create a stack in Python:

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