Apama 10.3 | Apama Documentation | Using Apama with Software AG Designer | Working with Projects | Creating Apama projects
Creating Apama projects
* To create an Apama project
1. From the Software AG Designer menu, select File > New > Apama Project. If you are using the Apama Workbench perspective, you can also click the New Project button in top right of the Workbench Project view.
2. In the New Apama Project dialog, specify information for the following fields:
a. In the Project Name field, enter the name of your new project. Project names typically use title case capitalization and may contain spaces, for example "My Project".
b. If you want to store the project in a directory other than the default location, clear the Use default location checkbox, click Browse, and navigate to and select the location for storing your new project.
3. In the Configure the new project wizard, add checkmarks to the bundles that are appropriate to the type of application you are developing. For example, if your application is a data view application, select the DataView Service bundle. When you create a new project, the settings for the selected bundles remain same as they were for the last time you created a new project. You can change these settings and specify other bundles for your application. Click Next.
Bundles package service monitors, event definitions and other files associated with the standard Apama adapters that are required for the type of application you are building. For example, applications that use data views need the DataView Service bundle. If your application requires an adapter, select the associated bundle from this list.
If you want to use connectivity plug-ins in your project, you can add one or more connectivity bundles to the project from this wizard. An instance of User Connectivity can be selected if you want to make use of any user-defined connectivity plug-ins.
If you are creating a project for an EPL application, click Finish.
If you are creating a project for a JMon application or developing Java connectivity plug-ins, select Add Apama Java support. If you want to apply standard Eclipse Java support, select Add Java support. See Adding the Java nature to an Apama project for detailed information on these options. Click Next.
4. If you have selected Add Apama Java support, the Configure the new Apama Java application dialog appears. Fill in the fields as desired. Click Finish.
5. If you are not currently in an Apama perspective, the Open Associated Perspective? dialog appears. Select Remember my decision if you want Apama to remember your choice. Click Yes or No.
If you are in the Apama Developer perspective, Software AG Designer displays the name of your new project in the Project Explorer view. If this is your first project, the other panes are blank.

Copyright © 2013-2018 | Software AG, Darmstadt, Germany and/or Software AG USA, Inc., Reston, VA, USA, and/or its subsidiaries and/or its affiliates and/or their licensors.