Apama 10.3 | Apama Documentation | Using Apama with Software AG Designer | Working with Projects | Adding resources to Apama projects | Creating new scenarios
Creating new scenarios
Scenarios define templates that, when instantiated with a set of parameters supplied by the user, implement an application's strategy.
Note: Event Modeler is deprecated. Support for creating and deploying scenarios will be removed in a future release. It is recommended that you use EPL or queries to build new Apama applications.
* To add a new scenario to an Apama project
1. In the Project Explorer view or the Workbench Project view, right-click the scenarios folder of the project where you want to add the scenario and select New > Scenario. In the Workbench Project view you can also select the scenarios folder and click New Scenario.
2. In the New Scenario wizard, enter information in the following fields:
a. The Containing Folder field is the folder where the definition file will be saved; by default this is the folder of the currently selected project, but you can select another folder using the Browse button.
b. In the File name field, specify the name of the new file. Specifying the .sdf extension is optional as Software AG Designer will add the .sdf file extension. Software AG Designer will not let you specify anything except .sdf as a file extension.
3. Click Finish. The name of the new scenario definition file is added to project and the new scenario is opened in the Apama Event Modeler.
Using Event Modeler, you complete the scenario by adding state and rules and specify the blocks and functions necessary to implement the desired strategy. For more details on developing scenarios, see Overview of Using Event Modeler.

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