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A queue manager is a software program that provides queuing services to applications. It divides work among networked machines.
It provides an application programming interface so that programs can put messages on, and get messages from, queues. A queue manager provides additional functions so that administrators can create new queues, alter the properties of existing queues, and control the operation of the queue manager.
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