Does anybody know if it's possible to update messages on a queue without
actually removing them. My use case requires a message to be removed from a
queue, only if the consumer is able to successfully process the message and
perform an action contained therein. If the action fails then the message
remains on the queue ready for a scheduled retry. I was thinking a message
time value could be changed so consumers only process messages that are
within a certain time range. If there's a better way to do this, any advice
would be welcome.
If there any examples or demos that can show this using Ruby or Python, this
would be even better.
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