stores information about concurrent programs. Each row includes a name and description of the concurrent program. Each row also includes the execution methods for the program (EXECUTION_METHOD_CODE), the argument method (ARGUMENT_METHOD_CODE), and whether the program is constrained (QUEUE_METHOD_CODE).

If the program is a special concurrent program that controls the concurrent managers,
QUEUE_CONTROL_FLAG is set to Y. Each row also includes flags that indicate whether the program is enabled and defined as run–alone, as well as values that specify the print style the concurrent manager should use to print program output, if any. There are also values that identify the executable associated with the concurrent program and the application with which the executable is defined, and flags that specify whether the concurrent program is a parent of a report set, whether to save the output file, and whether a print style is required.

Information such as printer name and number of rows and columns on each page of
the output file for the concurrent program is also included in the table.
You need one row for each concurrent program in each application. Oracle Application Object Library uses this information to run concurrent programs

stores information about concurrent managers. Each row includes values that identify the ORACLE process, the operating system process, and the concurrent manager (QUEUE_APPLICATION_ID and CONCURRENT_QUEUE_ID). You
need one row for each instance of a running concurrent manager (each process), as well as one row for the Internal Concurrent Manager.
Oracle Application Object Library uses this table to keep a history of
concurrent managers. You should never update this table manually. .
You can use the Purge Concurrent Request and/or Managers Data
program to delete history information periodically.

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