Broker 10.5 | webMethods Broker Documentation | Administering webMethods Broker | Managing Territories | Introduction to Territories | Leaving a Territory
Leaving a Territory
To remove itself from a territory, a Broker must formally "leave" the territory. This process deletes the Remote Broker objects (and thus the forward queues and their contents) from the Broker's peers in the territory. When the last Broker leaves a territory, that territory ceases to exist.
Unless it is the only remaining Broker in a territory, it is important that at least one of the Broker's peers be running when you remove a Broker from a territory. Otherwise, the Remote Broker objects that exist on the other Brokers in the territory will become orphaned, and you will have to manually remove them as described in Deleting a Remote Broker Object.