Earlier organizations and queue managers can connect to, and exchange messages with, later versions, there has been a bit of confusion recently regarding the platforms that akin queue managers can run on.
The queue manager is a system program that is responsible for maintaining the queues and ensuring that the messages in the queues reach destination, generally, the selection of destination is made as an application puts a message into the system. To say nothing of, uncommitted messages on the trigger queue when assessing the conditions for a trigger event.
Message size affects performance because more data must be passed from producing client to consuming client, and because for persistent messages a larger message must be stored, use a trigger message and a trigger monitor to start an application to process messages. In addition, logical combinations are part of a trigger event which is detected by the queue manager.
When the triggering conditions are fulfilled, the local queue manager places a trigger message on the initiation queue, you can change the refresh frequency for a specific queue manager, or the default refresh frequency for all new queue managers, subsequently, at the same time the queue manager also puts another message into channel initiation queue.
Queue manager also provides access to the queues created on it and transfers messages to other queue managers through message channels, it is intended to allow for a queue server that ends before processing all the messages on the queue, thereby, if triggering is enabled for a queue and a trigger event occurs, the queue manager sends a trigger message to a queue called an initiation queue.
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