Broker 10.5 | webMethods Broker Documentation | webMethods Broker Administration Java API Programmer’s Guide | Managing Broker Territories | Using Territory Gateways
Using Territory Gateways
Creating and Destroying Gateways
Setting Shared Event Types
Listing Local Gateways
Listing All Gateways
Managing Event Types
Obtaining Gateway Statistics
Maintaining a Connection Between Gateway Brokers
Pausing a Gateway Broker
Static Gateway Forwarding
Refusing Document Type Updates Across a Gateway
Setting Territory Gateway Security
Though the webMethods Broker systems restricts a Broker to membership in more than one territory at a time, you can configure a territory gateway to enable event forwarding between different territories. A Broker may act as a gateway to a single territory or to multiple territories.
The next figure shows a territory gateway between Broker_1 and Broker_2 that effectively joins the two territories. The territory gateway allows an event published by a client program connected to Broker_1, a member of territory A, to be forwarded through the territory gateway and be received by a client program connected to Broker_3, a member of territory B.
Territory gateway communication