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This Level 3 documentation and implementation diagram shows an example of the queuing pattern that depicts an event being published and written to a queue when a record is modified. Subscribers receive copies of the event from their associated queues and make the appropriate updates to their own records.

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Pattern Overview

In this pattern, producers send messages to queues, which hold the messages until subscribers retrieve them. Most message queues follow first-in, first-out (FIFO) ordering and delete every message after it is retrieved. Each subscriber has a unique queue, which requires additional set up steps but makes it possible to guarantee delivery and identify which subscribers received which messages.

This is a Level 3 Documentation and Implementation diagram according to the Salesforce diagram framework.

Learn more by reading the Architect's Guide to Event-Driven Architecture with Salesforce.