CREATE QUEUE v14
EDB Postgres Advanced Server includes extra syntax not offered by Oracle with the
CREATE QUEUE SQL command. You can use this syntax with
CREATE QUEUE — Create a queue.
CREATE QUEUE to define a new queue:
Where possible values for
option_name and the corresponding
CREATE QUEUE command allows a database superuser or any user with the system-defined
aq_administrator_role privilege to create a queue in the current database.
If the name of the queue is schema-qualified, the queue is created in the specified schema. If the
CREATE QUEUE command doesn't include a schema, the queue is created in the current schema. You can create a queue only in the schema where the queue table resides. The name of the queue must be unique among queues in the same schema.
DROP QUEUE to remove a queue.
The name (optionally schema-qualified) of the queue to create.
The name of the queue table with which this queue is associated.
The name of any options to associate with the new queue and the corresponding value for the option. If the call to
CREATE QUEUE includes duplicate option names, the server returns an error. The following values are accepted:
normal_queueto indicate that the queue is a normal queue or
exception_queuefor an exception queue. An exception queue accepts only dequeue operations.
RETRIES— An integer value that specifies the maximum number of attempts to remove a message from a queue.
RETRYDELAY— A double-precision value that specifies the number of seconds after a rollback that the server waits before retrying a message.
RETENTION— A double-precision value that specifies the number of seconds to save a message in the queue table after dequeueing.
This command creates a queue named
work_order that's associated with a queue table named
The server allows 5 attempts to remove a message from the queue and enforces a retry delay of 2 seconds between attempts.