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Parallel processing in JMon applications
Overview of contexts in JMon applications
Using contexts in JMon applications
Using the Context class default constructor
Descriptions of methods on the Context class
By default, the correlator operates in a serial manner. If you want, you can implement contexts for parallel processing. You can create contexts only with EPL but you can then use those contexts from your Apama JMon code. This section provides information about how to use contexts in Apama JMon applications.
For general information about contexts and instructions for creating contexts, see Implementing Parallel Processing.
You can find a sample JMon application that implements the use of contexts in the samples\java-monitor\context directory of your Apama installation directory.

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