Broker 10.5 | webMethods Broker Documentation | Administering webMethods Broker | Working with Test Clients | Disconnecting a Test Client
Disconnecting a Test Client
You can disconnect any active test client on the Broker. Before you disconnect a test client, consider the following points:
*When a test client is disconnected, you cannot modify subscriptions, publish documents, or retrieve documents for the test client. In fact, My webMethods deletes the contents of the outgoing documents list and the incoming documents list when you disconnect the test client. (My webMethods saves the outgoing and incoming documents lists in its memory cache.)
*If you disconnect a test client with a destroy on disconnect lifecycle, Broker deletes the test client.
*If a test client with an explicit destroy lifecycle is disconnected, Broker continues to place documents to which the test client subscribes in the test client's queue. You can retrieve the documents after you reconnect the test client.
*If a test client is in use by another user, you cannot disconnect the test client in test client view. Instead, switch to Broker client view and then disconnect the active session. For more information about disconnecting client sessions, see About Disconnecting Sessions.
*My webMethods disconnects a client automatically when you log out of My webMethods and when your My webMethods session expires due to inactivity.
*To disconnect a test client
1. In My webMethods: Messaging > Broker Server s > Clients.
2. In the Client List, click the client ID of the test client that you want to disconnect. If the test client does not appear in the list, use the Search tab to locate it.
3. On the Client Details page, in the Client Details Information view, click Test Client View. My webMethods displays the Test Client Information view.
4. On the Configuration tab, click Disconnect.
5. Click Close to return to the Clients page.