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Using threadedCallbacks
The BrokerClient.threadedCallbacks method will create a thread that invokes BrokerClient.mainLoop. Using this method can simplify your application code because it handles the thread creation for you. The example below contains an excerpt from a sample application that shows how to use the BrokerClient.mainLoop method.
/* Enable threaded callbacks */
try {
} catch (BrokerException ex) {
System.out.println("Error on enabling threaded callbacks\n" + ex);
Invoking threadedCallbacks( true ) is identical to creating a thread and invoking the BrokerClient.mainLoop method on that thread.
Invoking threadedCallbacks( false ) is identical to invoking the BrokerClient.stopMainLoop method.