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Is there anything inherently inefficient using a data queue in this
manner?  Would it be better to use multiple data queue's (one for host
to java another for java to host)?
</snip>

David:

Data queues were designed for just that type of application and in fact 
are the fastest ways to accomplish what you are after doing.  A data queue 
is really  a special type of user queue but meant for data.  IBM uses them 
all over internally because of the API support and the inherent speed.

Jim
 

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