The Messaging API for C (also referred to as SolClient) is specifically designed to provide high message throughput and low latency with the lowest CPU utilization possible. In addition to the common Enterprise API features, the C API enables fine grained control of the threading and message processing through additional features like:
Allows fine-tuning of API behavior, such as whether operations should be blocking or non-blocking in nature.
Allows for the option of application file descriptors to be monitored within the API, providing the application with callbacks for readable and writable events.
Allows for the option of the application taking over control of file descriptors created within the API to connect to the Solace messaging appliance, where the application must provide readable and writable events to the API.