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You are developing a trading application which utilizes point-to-point JMS messaging to send order requests.

Referring to the scenario above, how many receivers can be supported by one queue?
1)A given queue can have multiple receivers for synchronous messaging, but only one receiver for asynchronous messaging.
2)A given queue in a point-to-point messaging domain can have one receiver
3)A given queue can have one receiver for synchronous messages and multiple receivers for asynchronous messages.
4)A given queue can have multiple receivers for asynchronous messaging, but only one receiver for synchronous messaging.
5)A given queue can have multiple receivers, but only one receiver may consume each message.
 
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