AM sends the following notifications to Java Agent through WebSockets:
- Configuration notifications
When the administrator makes a change to an agent configuration property, AM sends a notification to the agent. The agent flushes the configuration cache, and rereads the agent profile from AM. For more information about the cache, see Configuration cache.
Configuration notifications apply when you store the agent profile in AM’s configuration data store. For information, see Enable Notifications of Agent Configuration Change.
- Session notifications
When a client logs out, or a CTS-based session expires, AM sends a notification to the agent to remove that entry from the session cache. For information, see Enable Notification of Session Logout. For more information about the cache, see Session Cache.
- Policy notifications
When an administrator changes a policy, AM sends a notification to the agent to flush the policy cache. For information, see Enable Notification of Policy Changes. For more information about the cache, see Policy Cache.
Notifications are enabled by default. To disable notifications, unsubscribe
separately to each type of notification. If
true, notifications and many other features are automatically disabled.
In configurations with load balancers and reverse proxies, make sure that the load balancers and reverse proxies support WebSockets.
For more information about properties that configure notifications, see Notifications in the Properties reference.