Broker 10.5 | webMethods Broker Documentation | Administering webMethods Broker | Managing Client Groups | Defining a Client Group
Defining a Client Group
Every Broker client belongs to one client group, which you can use to define a particular class of client (such as administrators, customers, Integration Server processes). The settings for a client group belong to the following categories:
*Client characteristics, such as queue storage type and whether client information is saved after a disconnection. These are client group settings that are passed to all clients in the group.
*Security-related properties, which include ACLs, SSL encryption, and use of an access label. These settings determine which clients can join the client group, as well as other methods of protecting messages and message traffic.
*Access to document types, specified by lists of the document types available to the client group's members.