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3.4.4 Feedback classes

Classes may be defined as the result of actions being carried out by cfagent. For example, if a file gets copied, needs to be edited or if diskspace falls under a certain threshhold, cfagent can be made to respond by activating classes at runtime. This allows you to create dynamically responsive programs which react to the changing environment. These classes are defined as part of other statements with clauses of the form


Classes like these should generally be declared at the start of a program unless the define statements always precede the actions which use the defined classes, with addinstallable.

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