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Understanding Broker Server Clients
Creating a BrokerServerClient
Destroying a BrokerServerClient
Connection Notification
Registering the Callback Object
Un-Registering Callback Objects
A client program creates a BrokerServerClient object to manage a Broker Server's configuration and to control or monitor a Broker in that Broker Server.
For example, a network monitoring application might create a BrokerServerClient to learn how much swap space is available or the number of Brokers in a Broker Server. A network management application might use a BrokerServerClient to create a Broker on a particular host at 7AM in the morning and destroy it at 7PM at night.