Jim Oberholtzer wrote:
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.

Yes, this is the main reason we are using this approach ... I just want
to make sure there aren't any problems with using the same data queue to
handle both host to server and server to host communications.

My gut says there isn't a problem ... but I wanted to make sure.

david

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