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    This is something I expected to be implemented via an MQ since it seems like an obvious use case. I’m not sure what the actual reasoning was but for me this is another example of why you don’t want your MQ to be a black box. It looks like they want more fine grained control over how the data flows and what state it’s in. This aligns with my experiences where an MQ is often an OK tool to get started but one you figure out your problem space better it’s better to implement something with semantics that match your use case better.