Apama 10.3 | Apama Documentation | Introduction to Apama | Getting Ready to Develop Apama Applications | Overview of starting, testing and debugging applications
Overview of starting, testing and debugging applications
Software AG Designer provides tools for running your Apama application in a test environment.
In the Apama Workbench perspective, click the Start button to start a correlator and inject the current project. The Scenario Browser panel is then shown. Use the Scenario Browser to create running instances of your queries and examine parameter values during execution. You can monitor execution in the Console and Problems panes.
In the Apama Developer perspective, select the project you want to test. Select Run from the menu bar and then select whether you want to run, debug or profile your Apama application. You can specify one or more launch configurations for your project.
In the Apama Runtime perspective, you can monitor your running application.
See Launching Projects, Debugging EPL Applications, and Debugging JMon Applications.

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